You Are Never Too Old: 80-Yr-Old Model And Actor Shows It Is Never Too Late To Try Something New

The Logical Indian

August 29th, 2016

Image Courtesy: The Denim Daily

This 80-year-old from China is an inspiring personality. Soon after he set the ramp burning at a catwalk show, he is being called “The Hottest Grandpa”.

In this video, 80-year-old Deshun Wang shares his story from being a nobody to being somebody. He takes us through his journey that started 60 years ago and finally bore its fruit at an old age.

He strongly believes that there’s no age to attain success. There’s no age to start anything from scratch. You just have to believe in yourself and stop giving petty excuses, because age is just a number and old age is a state of mind. Wang still hits the gym at 80 and considers that he has a lot of things to experience until he is alive.

Well, this is the life worth living where age does not restrict one’s potential. Experience and live your life to the fullest.



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