At 70, Cornelius Vanderbilt began buying railroads.
At 75, cancer survivor Barbara Hillary became one of the oldest people, and the ﬁrst black woman, to reach the North Pole
At 85, Theodor Mommsen became the oldest person to receive a Nobel Prize in Literature.
At 89, Arthur Rubinstein performed one of his greatest recitals in Carnegie Hall.
At 90, Marc Chagall became the ﬁrst living artist to be exhibited at the Louvre museum.
At 95, Nola Ochs became the oldest person to receive a college diploma.
At 98, Beatrice Wood, a ceramist, exhibited her latest work.
Who we really are. (identity)
Who we care to invest in (relationships)
Where we want to spend out time (location)
What we care most deeply about (values)
How we can maintain and grow well-being (health)
What can we do that’s meaningful, fun and satisfying (mission)
What we want to invest in to serve others (legacy)
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