If you've ever wondered why your mind is a hotspot for new ideas in your 20s, you might find yourself the first of two creatives
A recent Ohio State University study found that our mid-20s is the first breeding ground for innovation.
The study examined the former winners of the Nobel Prize in Economics.
She noted that this was the case Those who did their most groundbreaking work in the 1
They basically had a bulb moment and acted on it.
But do not panic if you skimmed your mid-20s without a clue – some of us will not reach our inspiring pace until the mid-'50s.
"I was the most creative in my 20s."
Nana Jones Darko, 24, runs a mobile hairdressing business.
He says he has always had many business ideas, but when he approaches in mid-20 he feels most creative.
"I'm learning more about technology and networking.
" I think people take you too seriously when you're a bit older – and barriers break – so your creative brain can flow and pump out ideas. "
Just as well – because Nana feels the pressure of parents and like-minded people, her mid-20s are successful, especially if you're not following the" normal "career path.
He says the pressure is also on" what Seeing them on TV, and footballers who are 20 and earning £ 200,000 a week. "
" I really believe there is a lot of pressure to succeed in your mid-20s.
"It's your environment that literally urges you to be financially successful – and to have it all through the 25th.
" But I believe now that you should build in the mid-20s, but I do not think so that it should be your summit. "
" You are too old to be creative. "
If you have not achieved what you wanted to achieve in your life, then you can look forward to your second creative highlight in your 50s.
"This work really shows that there are very important innovators who do their best much later in life," says study author Professor Weinberg.
"And if that's not what's happening to you, then you're not one of those people who are revolutionizing things in your 20s, which does not mean that you can not do any really important things later.
Professor Weinberg says young people who believe they have done more should continue.
"Someone who is experimental and gains knowledge over time is someone who really should not give up."
"" I mean, we do not necessarily know how outstanding they will be and how their accomplishments will be. "
" But for this type of person they will do their best work – at least their best innovative work – later in their careers and they should be aware of this and keep going.
Nana says his mother is one of them.
Well, in her 50s, she sets up her own business and founds fashion schools.
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