Retirement living seniors who believe their chance at true success has passed them by may want to think again. According to CNN.com, there have been scores of people who achieved major accomplishments during their golden years.
The news source points to Harland Sanders, who was better known as Colonel Sanders. The active living senior was 65 years old when he started Kentucky Fried Chicken.
Laura Ingalls Wilder is also mentioned by the news outlet.
Wilder, who shot to fame after penning one of the most famous children's books, Little House on the Prairie, was also 65 years old when she finished her very first novel.
Finally, Ronald Reagan is looked to as another high-achieving retirement living senior. The actor-turned-politician was nearly 70 years old when he was elected President of the United States.
Retirement living seniors should remember that success can come at any age, even for Hollywood actors. In fact, Jessica Tandy won her first Oscar for her performance in Driving Miss Daisy when she was almost 80 years old.