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- Women Share The Success Stories After 40 Plus Shares On Social Media, Age Does Not Matter In The Way Of Success
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- Twitter user Doug Murano asked people via social media to share the success stories found after 40 Plus
- They want to promote people through social media who have achieved success in old age
Age is not a hindrance to success. If we talk about women, more and more women are breaking the traditional mindset and moving forward. He has proved through his efforts that age is just number one.
I get tired of “under 40” lists. Show me someone who got their PhD at 60 after losing everything. Give me the 70-year-old debut novelist who writes from a lifetime of love and grief. Give me calloused hands and tender hearts.
– Doug Murano (@muranofiction) September 4, 2020
Twitter user Doug Murano asked people via social media to share the success stories found after 40 Plus.
They want to promote people through social media who have achieved success at an early age. He also mentioned many people who succeeded after losing everything. All such people deserve praise in their eyes.
I entered law school at 50 ..
Walked into a classroom full of youngsters ..
They got up thinking I was their lecturer!
The rest is not history … but it was great being a student again, and getting my law degree.
Nothing like law …
– Mina Anand (@minacricket) September 5, 2020
A Twitter user Meena Anand said- “I took admission in law school at the age of 50. In those days I studied in a class where all were young. He seemed to be his lecturer. It was a great experience for me to be a student again. I obtained a law degree. Nothing like law … ”
In grad school and met a Native woman in her early 90s who started her linguistics PhD program in her late 80s in order to preserve her tribe’s language, she said many people in her family live in their 100s so it was as good a time as any and she years left to do the work.
– Brianna Bertoglio (@piranhabrianna) September 5, 2020
Sharing the experience during graduation, Briana wrote – “In graduation and in the early 90s I met a woman who did her PhD after the age of 80 to preserve her tribal language.” He told that there are many people in his family whose age is 100 years ”.
One of the floors in my college dorm had a cluster of middle-aged women who were students. At 18 I just registered it as “oh I guess college dorms have some middle-aged women in them,” but now that I’m a middle-aged woman I wish I knew more. So impressed.
– Lara Lawlor (@lawlorlara) September 5, 2020
Laura shared her point like this – “There were many middle-aged women who were students in one of the floors of my college.” At the age of 18, I had spoken about these women somewhere. But now that I am a middle-aged woman, I feel that I need to know more than this. I was very impressed with these women ”.