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For the best amateur players, turning 50 means a chance to try qualifying for the pro tour. For MIke Goodes, it meant becoming a stalwart pro—and tournament champion.
Once Barry Meinerth dreamed of being a veterinarian. He ended up with a big job in magazine production, but a few years ago his lifelong love of animals led him to buy a farm, and now he produces alpaca wool—and self-fulfillment—instead.
Rob Geyer-Sylvia loved to travel, but life kept getting in the way. Then, at age 51 he found an exciting new job on the road.
When her job in real estate soured and her kids got older, Jeanene Weiner followed a dream and started her own detective agency.
The abandoned lima bean farm that was meant to be a retirement retreat grew into a new career for vintner Deborah Hall
How do you go from being a single corporate executive to a married bestselling (and globetrotting) author? Lalita Tademy wrote the book.