Top Ten Late Bloomers of All Time

Not all writers, but venerable, nonetheless. Here you’ll find Harlan Sanders, who founded his Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise at 65 and went on to become a multimillionaire, Grandma Moses, who first picked up a paint brush at 75 and the amazing

96 year old Harry Bernstein, 1st time author of "The Invisible Wall"

96 year old Harry Bernstein, 1st time author of "The Invisible Wall"

Harry Bernstein, who published his first novel at 96. Bernstein, who just passed away in June of this year stated “If I had not lived until I was 90, I would not have been able to write this book. It just could not have been done even when I was 10 years younger. I wasn’t ready. God knows what other potentials lurk in other people, if we could only keep them alive well into their 90s.” Read this Psychology Today article to be inspired – and then get on with whatever still burns in your heart.

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