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Sapam Shyamananda

Thu, Apr 9, 2020 Thought Provoking
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It’s Never Too Late to Start a Brilliant Career

Our obsession with early achievement shortchanges people of all ages. Research shows that our brains keep developing deep into adulthood and so do our capabilities.

In 1980, I was 25 and hadn’t yet bloomed. This hit home one night while I was working as a security guard in San Jose, Calif. Just afte... Read more
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It’s Never Too Late to Start a Brilliant Career - WSJ

Our obsession with early achievement shortchanges people of all ages. Research shows that our brains keep developing deep into adulthood and so do our capabilities.

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Rojit Sorokhaibam @rojit
Can't agree more. Thanks for sharing
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