Read this. Remember this. Recite this. And make this as the perfect example for those who thinks it’s too late to change or make something new.
When harry met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle, You’ve got mail and lastly, Julie and Julia are Nora Ephron’s movies.
Nancy Meyers’ movies are Parent Trap, Something’s Gotta Give, It’s complicated, and The Intern.
As for Aline Brosh McKenna is known for writing The Devil Wears Prada, 27 Dresses, and for co-creating The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend TV Show.
These are all hits! All movies remain classics and are loved til now.
They all were in their late 40ies and early fifties and had passed over 20 years building their career before changing paths and succeeding.
Grace Coddington after 30 years’ fashion career in vogue, as she claims that she is a shy person who really doesn’t like to talk in public embark on a new career at the age of 77. Grace now is the lead host of Face to Grace, a video show series that interviews artists and professionals in fashion.
As far as we can see from these experiences there are no limits. You need to keep moving and stick to what you love. You have some choices. Either you learn and adapt your output to the new medium that you are most comfortable with or embrace what lies ahead.
Here’s a video of Jennifer Lopez’s guide to reinventing yourself.
Her everyday mantra is, “I’m youthful and timeless at every age. I am ever-evolving and life is full of joy and adventure.”
I think we all should start making our own mantra. Don’t you think?