In the age of social media, it might be easy to perceive that a startup is primarily a game for the young. After all, Zuckerberg made Facebook when he was 19, and social media isn’t making it easier to see how many younger people are relatively doing better than you are right now.
But as I’ve read just recently via INC, you’re never too old for a career breakthrough, as long as you’re willing to put in the hard work, the risk, and the commitment.
So, is it too late to start? Are you in a quarter-life crises, or maybe even in your mid-life crisis? Success has no deadline and here’s an infographic to support that idea.
This inforgaphic shows that success doesn’t really favor any specific age. With the power of technology we have now, it can come as young as when Zuckerberg was at 19, but it can also come as late as when Charles Flint created IBM at 61.
Infographic by Anna Vital of Adioma, and you may visit this page for a dynamic version.