What Age Did Well-Known Authors Publish Their Most Famous Works? | ShortList Magazine

IMG_2551What Age Did Well-Known Authors Publish Their Most Famous Works? | ShortList Magazine.

Just good to remember that not everyone gets success at the same time. And it’s never too late to make it big.

In other words – you have to keep at it. Whatever it is you’re doing. I know what Mike Rowe has to say on the subject, but that doesn’t mean you can’t keep at it. He’s saying you may not be good at everything you try to do, and that’s okay. Shouldn’t stop you from having fun doing it – even if you don’t make a career at it.

Cause you know, you might just get good enough.

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