Today's WSJ had three stories illustrating that you're never too old for success:
1. Angeline Boulley got the idea for a crime-fighting Native America "Nancy Drew" when she was 18. She thought being a writer was impractical and went on to a career in civil service. In her 40's, she started to write the book based on the earlier idea and 10 years later, at the age of 55, she found a publisher and signed a seven figure book deal. Now, the book was chosen by Reese Witherspoon for her book club, and it's been option for a Netflix series.
2. William Shatner turns 90, but he said "this is the most creative period of my life" and he has a new movie, album, etc coming out. He said "I can't die now, I've got too much work."
3. There was an article on Eddie Robinson, the oldest living MLB player at 100. Last year, he misses attending baseball games for the first time since 1945 (when he served in the Navy). He got vaccinated and now he's attending spring training games. He also hosts a podcast on baseball's golden years.