Reinventing Yourself After 50

By | November 26, 2017

Reinventing Yourself After 50 is a choiceReinventing Yourself After 50. Hey you old fogey, I bet you do not feel like an old fogey if you do you shouldn’t.

It is a beautiful day no matter what the conditions may be. I hope you and yours are feeling blessed. I am. Why?

Well, I could write a list that goes on and on about that, or as long as I have ink in my pen for that matter.

Let’s just say, it is a blessing to be living after fifty years. Are you older than fifty and retired but still feel you have more to contribute to society?  

When you are on the journey to reinvent yourself. do not get bent out of shape or try to shape yourself into something you are not.

Remember that saying “sticks and stones…” It means other people thoughts about you should just roll off your shoulders. “You worry about you.”

Reinventing Yourself After 50

I say it is assuming you are of sound mind and body, most of all a sound mind.  Reinventing yourself after 50 is a decision that should be made by what your heart tells you. That means to meditate or find out who you are and your core beliefs.

Then what you derive from this soul search will help you define and identify your passion. Harness that passion to a vehicle that you can present to the world, and go for it. It should not feel like work but a labor of love.  If it doesn’t it is not your destiny.

Moving On

If you already know what you are going to pursue in your new life venture. How do you give it back to the people? One’s destiny when discovered is to give to the world. We are so fortunate to be living in the information age.

We have a soapbox to stand on to deliver a message, and that is the internet. If your pursuits are goal oriented by nature. It may be something you passionately want to see come to fruition, such as volunteering, doing charitable work, fundraising, or becoming an advocate for a cause that interest you.  

Reinventing Yourself After 50 is no big deal

I would suggest you research online for like-minded people in your field of choice and start or join forums and communities that have your interest as there the main topic.  

As you can see if the new you be it for profit or nonprofit, the Internet is the best way to reach your audience.  I know you heard it before, but it is worth repeating “if your business isn’t online then you are not in business” that’s goes for monetary and non-monetary pursuits.

Believe in Yourself

Take comfort in knowing that those with stereotypical comments or opinions are not thinkers, so they follow, and who cares what media, small minds, or surveys, have to say about how you and people of age should act.

There isn’t a timer inside of us that goes off at the age of 50 and above saying it is time to chill, relax and to reap what you sow. All that says is stop growing and stop making a contribution; you’ve done enough. Well, I say “who in the heck can tell when to stop living a productive life”?  

Reinventing Yourself After 50 here are ten ways

Life, after 50 should be a continued celebration of the life you have lived with anticipation of new beginnings, starting a new chapter in your life, or as they say, when one door closes another one opens.  

All the cliches just mentioned can’t tell what to expect, all their means is to say keep learning and searching for better.  

Life, after 50 has granted us the opportunity to see the ways of the world with more clarity. We are more knowledgeable about life.

Self Awareness

The experiences from your past up to now granted you the opportunity to learn, and with that hopefully you matured. Which in turn, taught you to walk away from people and situations that threaten your peace of mind, self-respect, morals, and self-worth.  

Remember early on in the article when I spoke of my blessings? Don’t worry I am not about to write that book.

But to have the “Supreme Architect of All There Is” give me the privilege to see another day is a blessing. Furthermore, surrounding me with family, food, shelter, are not taken for granted either.

When you are over fifty you have the wherewithal and serenity to accept the things you cannot change. And the wisdom to know the difference. I am going to stop here speaking about blessing.

Just remember that charity is the greatest gift of all, and the decision you make to reinvent yourself is more than an opportunity it is a gift. I wrote this because I can help you not only reinvent yourself but discover your destiny as well.

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You will have access to all that the program offers as shown in my review which includes discount an added bonuses. Moreover, if you want assistance in discovering your destiny be sure to contact me, I will be glad to help.

See You On The Other Side.

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Thanks for stopping. I wish you all the best with your online business, and, may you have blessings and prosperity. Please, let’s communicate, share a comment or question and I will get back in touch with you.

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About Maurice Jackson

Hello, my name is Maurice Jackson I live and, started my business in Detroit. My intentions are, to help any and every one with affiliate marketing as a home business, become a successful professional. My first career was working for the city of Detroit as an inspector, where I thought I would retire. But life bring change and surprises. I sustained an injury that led to an earlier retirement than I had planed. With that said I reinvented myself in April of 2014 and, became part of an affiliate program. Within the time of my reinvention leading up to the present, I am generating lots of traffic to my website and it grows everyday.ROI has been minimal but then again I invested nothing to start. I am at the point of letting my site mature, as I keep writing quality content about it. In this business you have to pay your dues. And, I and the rest of our family (become a member and you will see the family side of it) of 109000, including the founders of the program (yes they participate), will see to it that we all will be making a substantial amount of revenue in the near future.

24 thoughts on “Reinventing Yourself After 50

  1. Melissa

    I love this article and the points you make in it. Although I am only 37 I am getting closer every day to 50. I don’t think life you should ever stop living, even retirement is a time to chose a new path. My mom is at the point in her life where she is trying to re-invent herself and it is important to be around like-minded people because negative people can hold you back and tell you not to do certain things. Living a productive life doesn’t have to stop because you age and no one should make that decision for you.

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  2. Naomi Westman

    Hi Maurice

    I really enjoyed reading your post, it was as if you where standing here chatting to me. I myself like to write in the same manner your audience is more relaxed and will therefore take the time to read it then to rather pass it by.

    God bless
    Naomi

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  3. Bobbi

    Great article Maurice, and this did ring true to me at the age of 50, I am a little over 50 now but, I could not retire at this time, I was looking for another career where I did not have to do the same old stuff I had been doing for years and I appreciate the amazing article that you wrote and how true this really is for us over 50. This gives me hope that I made the right decision.

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  4. Jude

    I enjoyed this article. It offers a clear perspective and is so true. Whether it is age or otherwise, one thing I came to realize and do more often is to believe more in myself and filter out unnecessary noise. No one should feel they are over the hill just because they are over 40, 50, 60…there is so much more to live for and to contribute.

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  5. Sarah

    Great article with a lot of great tips and ideas. Usually people think that their life is over as they grow old but your article is a super piece of advice for all those people. Great article and keep up the good work…. highly appreciate the points you have provided is with.

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  6. Luigi

    First of all, thank you for your service Maurice! Thanks for the years you sacrificed for this great country.
    This post struck a chord because I am over the hill, too 🙂 and like you, has reinvented myself at least twice. And now trying to re-invent me again. I also feel that I get bolder as I get older – so you’re right..I don’t care what other people say anymore 🙂 Good advice on meditating about what brings us passion. We do have to stop and reflect and not keep living like we’re on auto pilot.
    Great read!! Thank you!

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  7. Fred

    Great post, very interesting article Maurice. As we get older we do need something keep us busy and occupy our minds. I can’t think of nothing else better than an online business.

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  8. David Donahue

    Pretty cool post! I am over 50 and now at 54 have done many things and worn many hats. I have been a US Marine and then a U.S. Navy reservist and spent 10 years serving the country. I have also completed a four year electrical apprenticeship and went on to work 15 years as an electrician. Now, I am at a crossroad with a 15 year old son and pretty much retired. I love a much slower life and enjoy fishing and quiet times. I also meditate daily and exercise. You hit on some good points and I find myself having more time to get to know the real me. Some is good and some needs healing. I write my own blog and have found it turn into a business over the last two years. I learned this all after the age of 50 and found it to be extremely rewarding and therapeutic. I commend you on addressing this issue. People over 50 have lots to offer in advice and wisdom and I would like to see more of us living more for the moment instead of living in the past. Well written and informative!

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  9. TomasB

    This is a very inspiring post Maurice. I will be 54 in a few months , and I had not thought of reinventing myself until I read your post. My chosen career requires me to work at least 9 more years, but as far as reinventing myself on a personal level, there is always room for improvement and your post has definitely given me food for thought.

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  10. eden

    How did you know I was an old fogey!! LOL I loved this article. It is very interesting and definitely spoke straight to me. Researching more!

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