By Business Insider
Many people I have run into over the age of 40 start the conversation talking about retirement. They count the years they have left, do some elaborate calculation on how much money they have and start the rotting process. Ray Kroc said this statement “Either you are green and growing or ripening to rot!” Ray Kroc was the founder of McDonald’s and guess how old he was when he started…52!
I took that to heart when I worked there. I also started my business when I was in my 40's. Here are a few people who also started their business when they were over 40.
Laura Ingalls Wilder spent her later years writing semi-autobiographical stories using her educated daughter Rose as an editor. She published the first in the "Little House" books at age 65 in 1932. They soon became children's literary classics, and the basis for TV show "Little House on the Prairie."
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