20 Best Life Rules For Your 20’s - Before It’s Too Late!

20 Best Life Rules For Your 20’s – Before It’s Too Late!

Since there are a lot of young people being misguided in life, I figured it would be a good idea to write a post on the best life rules to follow. I’d also like to hear from someone in the next few decades about whether they agree or disagree with this guidance.

Best Life Rules For Your 20’s

Change Your Friends: We’ve given a quick guide to choosing friends, but the biggest mistake is failing to broaden your social network as you advance. We understand that when you read the word upgrade, your mind immediately went to the word heartless. That is not correct. You must surround yourself with like-minded people; even though you have known a childhood friend for 15 years, you must say goodbye if they begin using drugs for entertainment and going off the grid. Your time is too valuable to be hunting down-dropped knives.

Learn to Help Others: This may sound contradictory to point number two, but it is important that you learn to assist those who wish to improve themselves. The trick is to convince them to improve themselves when they don’t care; if you try to persuade a man to improve himself when he doesn’t care, you’ll burn a bridge. Young men who are hypercompetitive and intelligent continue to develop a “put down” mentality in which they fight at each other’s throats 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This is not only unsustainable but also dangerous and detrimental to your long-term success. Instead, share valuable information and your friend list will expand.

Everyone else goes to college to drink and sleep with hundreds of people. (Bad guys and girls) Typically, these people end up unemployed or making $40K a year in a soul-crushing job with no ability set to switch into another industry. Their whole life has been 100 times more difficult to repair, and you’ll be shocked how difficult it is to recover when there is no foundation. Make a foundation. In your free time, you should have a fun time.

Get Internships: Even though you have a 4.0 GPA from a prestigious university, no one can take you seriously if you do not have any work experience. You can note that, in addition to acquiring experience for your resume, your network expands dramatically. You’ll meet people in their 30s who aren’t in the existing social circle of 20-somethings.

*Please bear in mind that the term internships was intentionally used in the plural.

Find Mentors in Their Thirties: By your late twenties, you should have a small group of men with whom you can talk about life decisions. Each man does not need to be knowledgeable in all aspects of life, but the more the merrier. When you get your diploma, you will note that your peer group is older than you (MBA or Bachelors). This is a good step forward. In general, hiring decisions are made by older men.

The most common blunder is that your colleagues would take advantage of you. If you are in the same peer group, none of your coworkers is looking out for your best interests. If you go out with your coworkers, you can bet you’ll be thrown under the bus as soon as layoff rumours begin to circulate. See point one for why they would be ecstatic if you fail.

Read Books Every Day: If you do not read books outside of the classroom, you are allowing the collegiate setting to have a greater influence on your upbringing than it should. The act of reading takes precedence over the matter of interest. Food, fashion, coal mining, livestock, chemistry, sculpture, and other topics are included. Reading is similar to investing in the sense that the payoff is far in the future; one day, you’ll have the opportunity to communicate with a higher-up on an obscure topic, and ideally, you’ll be able to contribute to the conversation. Remember the wealthy men and women can be eccentric as well.

Learn About Basic Fashion: Before we get into non-finance books, you can begin by learning about basic fashion. Learn which colours go well with your skin tone, eye colour, and hair colour. If you’ve mastered this, look for the right labels to bring out all of your best features and build a wardrobe that will last. It is preferable to learn and gain before having some money and seeing it lost.

Learn About Basic Fashion: Before we get into non-finance books, you can begin by learning about basic fashion. Learn which colours go well with your skin tone, eye colour, and hair colour. If you’ve mastered this, look for the right labels to bring out all of your best features and build a wardrobe that will last. It is preferable to learn and gain before having some money and seeing it lost.

Procrastination is worthless: If you find yourself procrastinating on tasks, it indicates that you have nothing to do in your spare time. In a perfect world, you will always be moving forward and improving your life. Since you’re so preoccupied with getting stuff done, you don’t have time to procrastinate. Take a walk outside or buy a book online if you find yourself sitting and staring at a computer screen for 2-3 hours in a row. This is the absolute bare essential.

Ignore the Lazy: You will come across several people who will tell you to just relax and enjoy the moment. At all costs, avoid these guys. You should live in the moment when taking calculated risks, not just to feel good for a brief period of time at the cost of your future. They’ll struggle to get by in 20 years, because your life is already on autopilot and you’ve created an impenetrable foundation.

Don’t Marry: Whatever you do, don’t marry in your twenties. If you are in your twenties and doing some simple tasks, such as studying because you want to get there, wishing to complete your goals, or wishing to let it finish if you have enough money, the truth is that many women/men in their twenties are most attracted to men in their low thirties. Perform the arithmetic. Your future ex-wife is still in high school, so don’t be concerned about a long-term relationship with someone within hearing distance. We recommend that you avoid getting married, but if you must, wait until you are in your 30s. You can marry at any age after the age of 20 if you do not want to be a businessman or something. True, many people have found success since marrying, but it is up to you to determine what resources you should employ.

Go International: By your mid-twenties, you should have had some international exposure that will shatter many of your preconceived notions. Immersion in a new world will quickly reveal how much of the ideas are based on a cultural pattern in the United States. You can do it all by yourself with a simple briefcase. Your morale will skyrocket as you force your body into survival mode in an unknown city.

Face a Major Fear: Your major fear, whether of heights, snakes, or wars, is unimportant in comparison to your ability to conquer it. If you’re afraid of being beaten up in a street fight, get into a ring and take some kicks and punches. If you are scared of heights, you should try skydiving or even buying a snake. When it comes to overcoming a major fear in your life, there is no substitute for frequent exposure.

Face a Major Fear: Your major fear, whether of heights, snakes, or wars, is unimportant in comparison to your ability to conquer it. If you’re afraid of being beaten up in a street fight, get into a ring and take some kicks and punches. If you are scared of heights, you should try skydiving or even buying a snake. When it comes to overcoming a major fear in your life, there is no substitute for frequent exposure.

Stop Complaining: It doesn’t matter if you didn’t get the Bulge Bracket to work, if you weren’t first in your class, or if you broke your wrist and can’t lift for a month. You should have lost interest in complaining by the time you’re in your twenties. Complaining isn’t going to get you anywhere. It just helps to increase stress levels. When you’re stressed, no one wants to be your mate. If no one wants to be your friend, your contact list will not grow, and you will die if your contact list does not grow.

Unless you’ve landed a job in investment banking where you’ll eat garbage for years on end to earn your stripes, you should get up early to stay ahead of the competition. It makes no difference whether you read, go to the gym, or create a website. Since your brain performs best in the morning, take advantage of your most productive time by believing in the most important person in the world. Both yourself and the future are at stake.

Earn a Voice: Many men’s lives would be ruined in a matter of years if they did not earn a voice. Nobody cares about your worldview while you’re in your twenties, so stay quiet and work hard to improve while you wait for a chance. Instead of offering advice, accept it and remain silent. When people start approaching you for donations, you’ve finally arrived. You’ve made a name for yourself in a specific region.

Fail: The final piece of the puzzle is both noticeable and underappreciated. Fail as many times as you can when you’re still in your twenties and have time to recover. We do not consider dropping out of college to be a failure, nor do we consider pursuing a humanity major to be a failure (this is literally financial suicide for most), but rather a failure to attempt to create value. Make an effort to create a mobile app. If you can learn to code. Make a concerted attempt to learn a foreign language in a single year. Make an attempt at something.

If you follow these rules, when you’re 30, you’ll look back on your life and realise, rather than presume, that you’ve done everything you can to change it. If anyone complains that you’ve worked too hard, ignore them as whiny whiners who must live with the knowledge that they should have done better. They should have done better, but they sabotaged themselves.

Don’t listen to any doctor or teacher who gives you bad advice in order to make quick money.

“Patient” Doctor, when I wake up in the morning, my knees hurt.

“Doctor” And, in the afternoon, get up. It resolves your problem.

It’s understandable how quickly he/she recommended and charged you expenses.

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