If you’re a scanner, a late bloomer or somebody who just hasn’t decided what they want to do when/if they grow up – this video is for you.
Stan Lee created his first hit comic title, ‘The Fantastic Four,’ just shy of his 39th birthday. In the next few years, he created the legendary Marvel Universe, whose characters like Spider-Man and the X-Men became American cultural icons.
According to Sammy James…
Whatever your dream is, it is not too late to achieve it. You aren’t a failure because you haven’t found fame and fortune by the age of 21. Hell, it’s okay if you don’t even know what your dream is yet. Even if you’re flipping burgers, waiting tables or answering phones today, you never know where you’ll end up tomorrow.
Never tell yourself you’re too old to make it.
Never tell yourself you missed your chance.
Never tell yourself that you aren’t good enough.
You can do it. Whatever it is.
You don’t even need a degree (or to finish school) to succeed. Read 100 Top Entrepreneurs who succeeded without a college degree. Notable examples:
- Richard Branson, billionaire founder of Virgin Records, Virgin Atlantic Airways, Virgin Mobile, and more. Dropped out of high school at 16.
- Walt Disney, founder of the Walt Disney Company. Dropped out of high school at 16.
- James Cameron, Oscar-winning director, screenwriter, and producer. Dropped out of college.