I’m going to turn 20 very soon. What life advice would you like to give to me?

I’m almost 30 years old this year. Answering this question from the opposite side. I REGRET that nobody told me when I was 20.

1. When I was 20 years old, no one told me that knowledge or skills will stay with you for a lifetime. No matter how large the work or the time span, new knowledge and skills can be used.

2. At the age of 20, someone told me that habit is important, but no one told me that it is so important that it deeply affects my life, life choices, and quality of life. Because almost most people live in all kinds of thinking habits and life habits at all times, such as fitness, running, reading, expression, writing, communication, learning, etc. All these habits affect the results of our life and work . We form a habit, and then the habit forms us.

3. At the age of 20, no one told me that encirclement and suppression learning is to attract stars. By observing each other’s communication, speech, and writing methods, they can learn their way of thinking and learn their best thinking habits.

4. At the age of 20, no one told me how important sincerity and integrity are. Sincerity is the essence of leadership, and integrity is the essence of business. Everyone’s annual salary, leadership ability, and business achievements can all be derived from these two words Interpretation.

5. At the age of 20, no one told me that my parents were dying. Young people may think more of a happy life in their minds, but the older their parents are, the more they have to face the theme of leaving. They worry about being abandoned by the world and worry that they will not play any important value in the lives of their children. I am particularly eager for feedback, attention and respect. No matter how busy they are, one more phone call is one more phone call. If you can have more meals together, you can eat more meals together. You can satisfy what they want, no matter how big or small, try to go Satisfy.

6. When I was 20, no one told me that sleep actually determines the efficiency of life. Because sleep determines the mood, state, and concentration of the next day, and mood, state, and concentration directly affect the results. Our present is composed of these results, large and small. So a good sleep may be the biggest shortcut to make life better.

7. When I was 20 years old, no one told me to keep myself and keep getting better. In fact, in a relationship, it is far more important than imposing compromises and pampering each other blindly. Maintaining yourself can test whether you are in tune with the other party, and keep getting better, which can make the relationship deeper and lasting. Never choose a person hastily because of loneliness, helplessness, parental pressure, personal face, anxiety, etc. This person is a part of his own life and exerts an indispensable influence on himself, so be cautious, even single is much better than mistakes.

8. When I was 20 years old, no one told me that it is so important to use all the senses to experience the world around me. Deliberately discovering the beauty of life and the subtle differences will bring me many small surprises.

Samuel Whyte

A psychology enthusiast, interested in movies, painting,psychology, hiking, workout etc.

Speaks Chinese and English.

Currently lives in Shanghai, China.

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