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The Art of Blooming Late

by Kevin Evers, Harvard Business Review

If you aspire to do more personally fulfilling work—say, to found a start-up or turn a hobby into a full-fledged career—drafting a plan of action can be daunting. Even so, a few newly released books suggest that it’s entirely possible to develop the wherewithal, nerve, and clarity of purpose to create your own version of Mozart’s Don Giovanni.

In Aristotle’s Way, the classicist Edith Hall describes the ancient philosopher’s belief that becoming conscious of our skills, talents, and aptitudes (dynamis) and then using our resources to make the most of them (energeia) is the foundation of living a good life.

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