Author Rich Karlgaard is the publisher of Forbes magazine. But he didn’t get there because he was a young genius who sailed through school and went straight to success. Instead, Karlgaard was one of the “late bloomers” that are the subject of his book. Arguing that it can be a terrible disservice to kids and young adults to obsess over early achievement, Karlgaard focuses on the many of us that only reach our potential later in life—in part because our brains don’t fully mature until well into our 20s. Blooming “late”—finding success on your own schedule—is simply a different path, one that brings its own benefits of resilience and wisdom.
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