No, It’s Not Too Late. There’s Only One Real Finish Line in Life by Tim Herrera
No, It’s Not Too Late. There’s Only One Real Finish Line in Life.
….[The Author got his college degree a couple of years after his friends already got theirs]
Things seem to have worked out O.K. since then. And now that I have a little more life experience behind me I look back and think: Who cares?
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Breakthrough Success Depends on Your Productivity, Not Your Age by Drake Baer
If you’re about to hit 30 or 40 or 50 or whatever, and you haven’t had your Breakthrough Success yet, don’t give up. Because according to a fancy new analysis of some 2,800 physicists — which is a hard field — your age isn’t nearly as important as your hustle.
…. Published this month in Science, a research team led by Roberta Sinatra of Central European University in Budapest dug back to right around the birth of the field, 1893. The researchers collected 2,856 physicists who had 20-year careers and had published “impact papers” — the kind of research that gets cited by fellow academics and covered by the press.
…Rather [the study revealed], productivity ruled: The more experiments a given researcher did, the more likely they’d score a hit paper.
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