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If you’ve ever wanted a powerful second act, or to reach the potential you always felt was inside, then do we have the Late Bloomers show for you!
Today I’ll be talking with Rich Karlgaard, the Publisher of Forbes, a renowned speaker and pilot and the author of a brilliant must-read to rekindle your candle, Late Bloomers.
And that’s just what I want to talk with him about today, about The Power of Patience, in a world obsessed with Early achievement.
Late Bloomer Self-Help and Self-Improvement Topics Include:
- What were Rich Karlgaard’s challenges with the educational system growing up?
- How’d he end in Stanford as a “fluke”?
- How’d he end up going from Stanford to becoming a security guard?
- What brought him out of his long slumber?
- How did he end up becoming the publisher of Forbes Magazine?
- Why are so many of us late bloomers?
- What’s it mean to be a late bloomer?
- What does it mean that late bloomers have to get off the conveyor belt?
- What’s happening to kids today?
- And what’s happening to the later generations trying to find a job?
- Is anything we do in our early years truly “wasting time”?
- Are there common threads that carry us forward in life?
- What’s the college admissions “arms race”?
- What can we learn from Dr. Carl Dweck about young bloomers and a fixed mindset, or being “brittle”?
- What’s going on with the pre-frontal cortex and executive functions?
- What do we need to do once our brains wake up?
- What are the top strengths of late bloomers?
- What’s the importance of quitting???
- What’s the superpower of self-doubt and how can it help us?
- Who is Geraldine Weiss and what can we learn from her?
- What are the top three tips for becoming a late bloomer?
- To find out more visit: RichKarlgaard.com
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