13 Important Life Lessons Those I learned in 30s But I Did Like You know Earlier to 20s
“The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.” Albert Einstein
It is the story at that time when I was utterly aimless, under the 20s and I don’t know what should I do? What can I do? Where am I and what am I. I’ve multi-a thousand questions in my mind; unluckily I don’t anyone question’s answer. Then I started to search what and how can I do. Now I’m 30s old.
One day I think about my life and decide to highlight the major 13 points of my life. I see many of things I learned in 30 years age, which I should learn in 20 years. That’s why I write these 13 important life lessons those I learned in 30s but I did like you know earlier to 20s. Everybody must read these points and get the knowledge with my life – make your life successful before the 30 years.
1- Fail Early and Often, Time is your Best Asset
“In this business, by the time you realize you’re in trouble, it’s too late to save yourself. Unless you’re running scared all the time, you’re gone.” Bill Gates
When you are young or under the 20s or above 20s, at this period your greatest asset isn’t your ideas, experience, talent, but your time is the biggest asset of you. Time gives you the opportunity to take significant risks and make larger mistakes.
In this age, you decide or make the plan with your friends or cousins to visit the different companies that are related to your field. You can get different knowledge about your area because you don’t have any tension, and you have nothing loss. The difference between an unemployed 20-year-old with debt and no experience and an unemployed 24-year-old with debt and no experience is usually negligible in the long run.
“People frequently fail when they try to do everything at once. They approach a massive project and quickly get discouraged. Taking small, but high-value steps take less time, and you learn more in the long run.” — Tim Ferriss
As a younger, you are not strapped by all the family or financial responsibilities that come with later adulthood like, car payment, house payment, life insurance, kid’s daycare duties, and so on. This is the time of your life when you will have the time plus amount to spend on big or short risks without any tension. They are the best session of your life. Get learning.
2- Don’t go for your Dream without Saving Money
“It’s not your Salary That Makes you Rich; It’s your Spending Habits” – Charles A. Jaffe
Money cannot buy happiness, but it is the reality it can buy freedom, and it is a big and excellent deal. Lack of money is created a stressful situation. Making money is more fun than spending it.
Also, patience is a good quality of success. If you want to get the success and complete your all dreams, till you should think sensibly and wait until you are truly able to full fill your dreams or have enough money for it, the chance of completion is coming right develops.
Don’t think or doesn’t mean that you will not do it. It just means you wait for the right time to do it right. Hold your dreams horses and make a plan when you should walk and when you should run.
3- Don’t Think or Care about others What they Think
“I don’t know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everybody” – Bill Cosby
It is easier said than done. If you do work consciously in this age, you have opportunities for success because there are certain ways you can get better at the idea. You just concentrate on your goals and try to complete it in the right time.
Don’t think about that what others people say about you and your work or who is looking at you at the same time as you acquire the job done. A person says about it very beautifully, Don Miguel Ruiz – “Don’t take anything personally. Nothing others do because of you, what others say and do is a projection of their own reality, their own dream. When you are immune to the opinions and actions of others, you won’t be the victim of needless suffering”
If you think about the people, in this situation you won’t focus on your goals and get a big lose. If you make your major target achieve their objectives, then it will be a far less worried and a far more satisfying journey.
4- Don’t Place too Much Importance on what you Look Like
“Your smile is your logo, your personality is your business card, how you leave others feeling after having an experience with you becomes your trademark” – Jaz Danzia
At the age of 20s, work is more important than your appearance. Always think about the work and that attachment, which will keep close to you. Your best friend is only that person who sees your inside not your outside and always judge you according to your inside.
5- Don’t Beat yourself up too Much
“We play a long show, and you can’t beat yourself up too much over it, as physically you just kill yourself. It was always good fun on the road, and it stills it” – Andy Taylor
Be relaxed and have confidence in yourself. Trust your abilities and think you are great because you do everything. Don’t be too hard on yourself. No doubt it bad things might be happening in your life. The best thing you can support yourself at this time.
“Nothing will ruin your 20’s more than thinking you should have your life together already” — Japanstylez
If you don’t do this thing in the age of 20s, but when you get to 30s, you will be not as good as for being dressed in then, you need to be. So, everything is right at the right time to be implemented. Try to utilize your thing in your 20s without wasting time with the fully relaxed mind.
6- Do Learn Everything – Never Stops
Learning is the greatest and important part of our success. As long as we are leaving, we’re learning. Go out the way to be smart, ambitious and attractive people. Always try to spend their free time with those individuals who are what’s more amid the healthiest in the world at what they do or tremendously promising but entirely mysterious. If you spend more time with them, you become an average of the people.
A lot of History witness is available about learning. Some are below.
“Never stop learning and adapting. The world will always be changing. If you limit yourself to what you knew and what you were comfortable with earlier in your life, you will grow increasingly frustrated with your surroundings as you age” – David Niven
Albert Einstein says about it – “Once you stop learning, you start dying.”
“You have two assets that you can never get back once you’ve lost them: your body and your mind. Most people stop growing and working on themselves in their 20s. Most people in their 30s are too busy to worry about self-improvement. But if you’re one of the few who continues to educate themselves, evolve their thinking and take care of their mental and physical health, you will be light-years ahead of the pack by 40.” — Stan, 48
7- Start Taking Care Of Your Health Now – Not Later
“Your mind’s acceptance of age is 10 to 15 years behind your body’s aging. Your health will go faster than you think but it will be very hard to notice, not the least because you don’t want it to happen.” — Tom, 55
Everybody knows health is more important and it is the reality. We all understand how we take care of our health. We can do that by eating better food, taking full sleep, doing daily exercise and blah, blah, J. Get healthy and try to stay healthy.
8- You are Going To Make Mistakes
“Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.” ― Albert Einstein
“Well, we all make mistakes, dear, so just put it behind you. We should regret our mistakes and learn from them, but never carry them forward into the future with us.” ― L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Avonlea
Mannequin man of sin, in this situation, if you make a mistake don’t stop your work, but move on and try to learn to this mistake – don’t repeat it. 20 year young age is a time when a man do the mistake and also have the energy to face it and cover it. So, don’t worry if it happens. Take it as a model for a future place where you will succeed.
9- Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff
“If you focus too hard on the lost skateboard, you won’t see the Rolls Royce parking right in front of you.” – Girlosophy
10- Don’t Worry too Much about the Future
The Future is happing regardless. Don’t worry about the dying, aging, losing, or even winning, while you need to compete. What will be will be.
11- Don’t Think you Know Everything
Don’t think, no matter what age and you know everything, but there are many things you don’t know. When you understand that stuff, you keep learning magnificent things from all you come into get in touch with.
No doubt, youth is a really great thing. So, don’t waste it, while utilizing it. In fact, in your 20s, it is fine to take a “Give me financial discipline, but not just yet” behavior. Always remember that all the money in the world will never get back time that passed you by.
12- Do Hold Onto The Things You Care About
You get to choose what you treasure. If you come into contact with a good thing – hold onto it. They don’t come along all that often.
13- Do Sport your Family First
“Spend more time with your folks. It’s a different relationship when you’re an adult, and it’s up to you how you redefine your interactions. They are always going to see you as their kids until the moment you can make them see you as your own man. Everyone gets old. Everyone dies. Take advantages of the time you have left to set things right and enjoy your family.” – Kash, 41
- Be Happy
- Don’t Worry About People
- Live An Experimental Lifestyle
- Learning Is A Good Habit
- Pay Attention On Your Work
- Don’t Waste Your Time
- Take Care Of Health
- Give Time To Your Family
- Sleep Is A Priority
- Trust Yourself
- Always Try To Complete Your Goals
Don’t Be Afraid Of Taking Risks; You Can Still Change
These quotes are, especially for the 30-year-old people. Richard says about them;
“While by age 30 most feel they should have their career dialed in, it is never too late to reset. The individuals that I have seen with the biggest regrets during this decade are those that stay in something that they know are not right. It is such an easy decade to have the days turns to weeks to years, only to wake up at 40 with a mid-life crisis for not taking action on a problem they were aware of 10 years prior but failed to act.”
Lisa Says —
“I am about to turn 41 and would tell my 30-year-old self that you do not have to conform your life to an ideal that you do not believe in. Live your life, don’t let it live you. Don’t be afraid of tearing it all down if you have to, you have the power to build it all back up again.”