In his new book, “Late Bloomers: The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed With Early Achievement,” Rich Karlgaard argues there’s nothing wrong, or unusual, with finding one’s way later in life. How can the curious and creative, the searchers and explorers, jump off culture’s conveyor belt and begin shaping our own fates? We do it by quitting. Quit the path we’re on. Quit the lousy job. Quit the class we hate. Quit the friends and associates who hurt us more than help. Quit the life we regret.Read Full Story.