There are many times that make us feel that we shouldn’t have committed a particular mistake or shouldn’t have enacted in a certain way in a particular situation. But time goes on and the only thing we can do about is, is to learn from those mistakes.
Nic Harry, a successful businessman, shares his thoughts and posts a question, “what advice would I give to myself in my twenties if I could go back in time?” His advice could really bring about a positive change in people of all ages.
“I recently turned 30. For some very odd reason I’ve not warmed to the idea of it just yet. However as I began to evaluate my 20s I realized how many mistakes I’ve made. I took some time to write myself some advice.”
“You have very little responsibility so go and travel. When you get to 30, you’re going to want to travel slightly differently, spend a little more, do slightly more expensive things, eat at slightly better restaurants. So work for a year and save enough money to experience the world on the cheap.”
2. Build things
“Don’t spend too much time working on other people’s visions or in other people’s meetings. Spend time figuring out what your own world view is and where you want to take your own life.
Meetings are where ideas go to die. If you find yourself in a corporate job that you wish you could leave then do it. Leave.”
“Read every day. Read everything you can. Don’t just read about things you know about. Read about people. Read people.”
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