I have a friend whose mother calls the years after age 50 or 60 the "more-so" years. She says that whatever we have been all our lives, we'll be that and more when we get older.
So if you tend to be negative and bitter, you'll just be even more bitter and negative as you age. If you have spent your life being a martyr, you'll just be more of one in your later years.
And if you've been resilient and positive, you will be even more so as you age.
So, is that good news or bad news to you? And do you agree with the theory?
If you believe it's true and don't like what you see in yourself, it's never too late to make changes. Though change can be difficult, it isn't impossible—especially with help from your friends and even with some coaching.
Create a vision for who and what you want to be in your later years. Then decide what steps you will take to get there. If you want an accountability partner for making these changes, please contact me. We'll start with an absolutely no-obligation, complimentary strategy session.
Take charge of your life today. Become the person you want. It is possible.