Astronaut John Glen retuned to space at age 77.
Frank Lloyd Wright was still working at age 91.
Ronald Reagan was elected to his second term at age 73.
Dr. William Mayo founded Mayo Clinic at age 70.
Colonel Saunders established Kentucky Fried while in his 70’s.
Ray Kroc and Sam Walton built business empires later in life.
Recently, Robert Merchand set a new world record for his age by bicycling nearly 17 miles in one hour. Mr. Merchand is 102 years old.
What makes the difference among such people? Why do some stay young and vibrant despite their “true”age?
Most people who live long, healthy lives are just regular folks who refuse to equate age with illness and inactivity.
Each of these individuals understood: “If you believe you can. You can. If you believe you can’t. You can’t.”
IT’S ALL IN THE MIND.
Learning the psychological skills required for Peak Performance and Mental Toughness will help you reach higher levelsmof achievement and performance – not by aimless chance, but by focused choice.