It may never be too late to become a success

Psychology Professor Dean Keith Simonton quoted in the Seattle Times.

Conventional wisdom holds that if you do not write your “Farewell to Arms,” paint your “Starry Night,” start the next Twitter or climb Mount Everest by at least middle age, then chances are you never will. But that idea is becoming increasingly outdated.

“It is generally very difficult to get a late start in a field that requires lots of fluid intelligence from the get-go,” said Dean Keith Simonton, a professor of psychology at the University of California, Davis, and author of “The Wiley Handbook of Genius.”

Read more at the Seattle Times.