The more I read, the more I acquire, the more certain I am that I know nothing. When I got my first degree in business, nine years ago, I was certain I knew nothing. So I got a master’s degree after that. That took me about two more years. Still, I knew nothing. So after that, I did my best to learn from mentors, family, business partners, clients, friends, colleagues. I tried to absorb all their knowledge. I’ve been blessed to meet a lot of wonderful people who I’ve learned a lot from. And if you also want to learn from people you look up to, just observe them
But in my 20s I've learned that life doesn't actually work that way all the time. Sure, it's nice to always have goals and have something to work towards, but I've found that actually attaining all of those goals is beside the point. As David Foster Wallace put it, "You'll stop worrying what others think about you when you realize how seldom they d. How to Stop Giving a F ck What People Think. 10 Life Lessons I Learned From Surviving My 20s Mark Manson. Mark Manson is an author, entrepreneur, and life enthusiast who writes about a reality-based form of self development on his blog.
High school is the time in our lives when we as individuals begin to branch out and decide who we are and what we want to become. We begin to figure out what college we want to attend, what our intended major will be (trust me it has changed a lot), but most importantly, we are start to understand who we are as individuals. But high school can easily become the most confusing and difficult four years of adolescent life without a close friend to help guide you through this new terrain. I learned so much about myself from her these past four years and am thankful for her impact on my life. Here are just a few of the lessons she has taught me: 1. Showing weakness doesn't mean you're weak.
But the upside of a difficult life and suffering is the character that a man is rewarded with, that most valuable of traits. You can probably guess what happened: I almost failed high school, I was always in trouble, and subconsciously I believed I didn’t deserve a meaningful life, much less the far-flung idea of going to college. My lack of confidence hit me hard when it came to social opportunities too.
These lessons learned in life are full of wisdom on living your best. However, some extremely valuable lessons learned from life are from other people. Some I discovered from reading great thinkers like Eckhart Tolle and Byron Katie. Other life lessons learned were passed on from friends and family. Although some lessons must be learned through experience, you don't have to wait until you're old to become aware of what's truly meaningful and worthwhile. You simply need the curiosity and desire for self-awareness and personal growth
This is one of the biggest lessons I’ve learned. When my life looked far from happy, I thought that it wasn’t fair that I had to experience so many difficulties. I wished that I would wake up one day and problems would just disappear. But the more I hoped for having a magic wand, the tenser my challenges have felt. Now I understand that sometimes the shortest way is to walk through the fire and stay open. Don’t close your eyes. 3. Honor your uniqueness. Until I finished high school, I felt like an alien. I felt like I didn’t belong and that was probably true, but now I know that this is a good thing. It’s because I’m different than anyone else that I can bring and create something new for others.
Here’s what I’ve learned: I sleep better without it. It turns out that having a Twitter debate at bedtime is not soporific. However, as I’ve discovered, devices do break and it’s good to have a back-up. Even when my new smartphone arrives, I’m going to try and use it a bit less. With some practice maybe I’ll be able to answer to those homework questions myself.
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