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There were many things in life, but the power to live learned from the elderly who succeeded even though they were late bloomers

人生いろいろあったけど遅咲きでも成功させた高齢者たちから学ぶ生きる力英語記事
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It’s never too late to learn. There were many late-blooming geniuses (late-blooming successful people) if you look into history.

 

 

TOM
TOM

“What are the characteristics of late bloomers who succeeded?

 

I will answer these questions.

Whether you’re in your 30s, 40s, or older, you can still make a name for yourself as a successful person if you have the courage to take the first step toward something new.

 

Of course, we often hear that “the earlier you start learning, the better it is when it comes to mastering something” (the younger you are, the better).

In addition, businessmen who are exhausted physically and mentally from busy days tend to give up on their dreams without taking on the challenge, saying, “It’s reckless to start something new now.”

 

There were many things in life, but the power to live learned from the elderly who succeeded even though they were late bloomers

 

Not all successful greats and founders of the past were successful from the beginning.

There are many famous people who are successful, such as Masayoshi Son, Steve Jobs, Konosuke Matsushita, and so on.

However, it is not the case if everyone takes action such as business and succeeds immediately.

In this article, I tried to summarize the great people and celebrities who were successful late bloomers.

 

■What you can learn from reading this article
・Late bloomers who have had a lot in their lives have something in common. Understanding behaviors and habits will cheer you up!
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Momofuku Ando, creator of Nissin Foods and Cup Noodles, blooms late at age 48

The founder of Nissin Foods, who invented chicken ramen at the age of 47. Momofuku Ando, ​​the founder of chicken ramen, which became the theme of NHK’s morning drama.

At that time, due to the influence of TV broadcasting, sales of chicken ramen increased and some shops sold out.

Momofuku Ando was originally successful in the trade of textiles such as knits, but he was involved in the confusion and troubles of the Pacific War and shut himself up at home in his late 40s. In order to be able to eat ramen easily at home, I will work on research on making ramen for a year.

Momofuku Ando’s amazing points are as follows.

Don’t cling to past success
Even if work is unstable due to war, respond according to the situation
Good reason to choose a job

Before making ramen, he did research on nutrition, so he may not be a complete amateur.

Before he turns 50, his passion and foresight to pour his energy into a field that no one was interested in at the time is amazing!

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Kentucky’s Colonel Sanders is a grandpa who rose from failure

カーネルサンダースは偉人

His father died when Sanders was six years old, and his mother worked in a factory to raise him and his siblings. Sanders has been working on the farm since he was 10 years old. He left school at 14 and worked as a farm helper and a tram conductor.

He worked more than 40 jobs before his Kentucky Fried Chicken business became a success.

He started several businesses of his own, but they all ended in failure.

Kernel, who is nearly 70 years old, runs around the United States with a single car, demonstrates fried chicken recipe know-how at restaurants, etc. and goes on a journey to obtain a franchise contract.

He has been refused even in this sales activity, and it seems that the number has reached “1009 times”.

Kentucky Fried Chicken was made with an indomitable spirit that does not get discouraged even if you lose.

 

 

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The road to business success learned from McDonald’s founder “Lake Rock” 【Foundation of the hamburger empire】

In 1954, a grandfather named “Ray Kroc” sold an electric mixer in the United States that could make five “multi-mixer” milkshakes at once.

No matter where I go, shakes don’t sell that much, so I was told, “One is enough,” but “Imagine how amazing it would be if you made five shakes at once! A customer is coming!” I tried to sell it, but the store staff treated me coldly, saying, “There is only stock left,” and it didn’t sell at all.

When I was in trouble because I couldn’t sell it, I suddenly received a phone call from a store in California asking me to sell 8 units. One shop received an order for eight multi-mixers when it was difficult to sell even one.

“Wait a minute?” One mixer can make 5 milkshakes, but 8 machines means that the store is so busy that it makes 40 milkshakes all the time! ?

When Ray Kroc went to the McDonald brothers’ hamburger shop for the first time, it was extremely clean and the entire shop was covered with glass so he could see the entire kitchen. Also, not a single piece of trash or cigarettes was found.

Until then, hamburger shops had completely hidden the kitchen, but the kitchen was completely visible, and all the staff were moving beautifully as if they were dancing, and there was a very long queue.

 

Ray Kroc thought, “If it’s this, it certainly won’t produce garbage! It’s amazing!” And thought, “I want to do business with these guys!”

Ray Kroc said, “Please, let’s have dinner together once!” I hear stories like the making of this store.

 

 

Map of Japan is the first map of Ino in Japan created by Tadataka Ino when there were no maps [Road to Taiga]

古い日本地図 レトロ風地図

It is already 270 years ago… In 1745, in the Edo period, Tadataka Ino was born in Koseki Village, Yamabe District, Kazusa Province, in the middle of what is now Kujukurihama, Chiba Prefecture.

Tadataka retired at the age of 50, and in the following year (1795), he traveled to Edo to study and became a disciple of Sakuzaemon Takahashi, who was said to be the best mathematician in Japan, at the Tokugawa Shogunate’s Tenmonkata.

Tadataka was actually interested in Wasan from a young age, and decided to spend the rest of his life studying what is now called astronomy and mathematics.

He worked hard to learn astronomy, scientific geodetic methods linked to it, and advanced mathematics such as “planar trigonometry” and “spherical trigonometry” as its foundation.

He measured the height of the sun at noon, observed the stars in the evening, and persevered in making cumbersome calculations that the average person would never have been able to do.

Tadataka spent a year practicing slope surveying in Shiba and Maruyama. As he walked around Edo, he trained in pacing.

In the 12th year of the Kansei era, Tadataka, who turned 56, finally set out for Ezo (now Hokkaido).

 

 

Kyoko Wada, an 80-year-old grandmother, started her own business and achieved annual sales of 500 million yen! But what do you do with that money?

白髪頭のおばあちゃん

“At the age of 79, he acquired the qualification of a real estate broker (real estate broker), and at the age of 80, he started a real estate company.”

87 years old. Before starting her own business at the age of 80, she was a full-time housewife who supported her husband, who was a teacher, and raised one boy and one girl.

When Wada was 77, she left her husband at her home after 10 years of nursing care. Her tense threads suddenly snapped, and she didn’t feel like doing anything, and she spent her days at home sleeping.

It is said that Kyoko’s granddaughter, Masatoshi, couldn’t stand looking at her and suggested that she should study something she likes.

That’s when she came up with the idea of ​​studying “house construction.” Originally she was interested in houses, so much that she wanted to be a carpenter. When she found a book on home construction at a bookstore and opened it, she found it interesting and read it all at once. It seems that the real estate is a national qualification, and if you study aside from whether you work or not, you should limit it to real estate.

At the recommendation of her daughter, she enrolled in a vocational school in Suidobashi, Tokyo, in order to obtain her real estate license. The only requirement for her to qualify as a real estate agent is that she must have Japanese nationality. She has no age limit. For the next six months, I sat down with her classmates in their twenties and studied hard.

She studied hard for the real estate exam for a year, and at the age of 79, she passed the real estate qualification exam with a pass rate of about 16%. She was commended by a vocational school as the oldest female successful homebuilder.

At the age of 80, she decided to work for a real estate company, and she wrote her resume for the first time in her life. She said, “Which company will hire an 80-year-old grandmother? Her work history can only be written as ‘housewife for 55 years. did.

 

 

There were many things in life, but the power to live learned from the elderly who succeeded even though they were late bloomers

 

In this article, I introduced 5 late bloomers who were successful in their lives. is.

A reckless personality that gives up badly

Abnormally, giving up is a bad point for things that have been decided. In particular, those who have lived since before the war have a strong mental strength that does not give up even if they fall down more than 10 times, rather than falling down seven times and getting up eight times.

On top of giving up badly, I don’t think there are many defensive thoughts about what to do if you fail.

Focus on future market demand

These founders predict that there will be demand in the world in the future, and they hold down needs by thinking about the convenience of having them.

The founders who have made the company leap as a business have succeeded by trying things that no one else has done before, or by entering industries where their rivals are not strong.

 

I am very curious and love to take on challenges

As with the example of the founder of Nissin Foods, companies that have made great strides are enthusiastic about research.

As a general sense, I think that the procedure is to start a business after thinking about doing research, but researching a new theme while taking action, and moreover, an inquisitive mind that tackles whether it will be successful or not.

There must have been many companies that failed due to issues such as funding and the speed at which they acquired knowledge.

 

Come on! Cheer up and challenge yourself!

Whether you’re in your 30s, 40s, or older, you can still make a name for yourself as a successful person if you have the courage to take the first step toward something new.

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summary

There are people in the world who are “late bloomers”. Living as a late bloomer is very frustrating. You have to keep making steady efforts while watching your friends get promoted and play an active role.

However, they try various things while hitting a wall, and come to understand deeply what kind of person they are and what they are looking for in life. The success you get will last forever.

I would be happy if you could refer to it even a little.
Thank you for reading to the end.

 

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