In this post, you can find some advice about life and your future.I gave you great and popular medium.com articles.So let’s look at the articles.
Never Tell People What You Do
“It’s a simple question, and you’ve probably answered it hundreds of times. “What do you do?” If you’re like most people, you probably get the answer dead wrong.Your standard reply is probably a factual description of your current job.The right answer is: what you WANT to do.When you go out to dinner, ask the same question of your waitress. The odds are 50/50 she’ll say, “I’m an actress.”24-year-old interns are “directors”. 44-year-old ad agency execs are “producers”. Everyone talks about their aspirations, not what paid the rent this month.”
Advice from 30 year old me to 20 year old me
“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 realised how many mistakes I’ve made and things I’ve learned in a decade of life.
I took some time to write myself some advice.”
What I Learned When I Gave Up the ‘9 to 5’
“My grandparents, who were born and raised in the Soviet Union, had a very simple idea of success. They wanted to find one job, and do it for the rest of their lives. For them, this was ideal because it allowed them to stay firmly inside their comfort zones.
They wanted life to be uncomplicated and predictable: Go to the office at 9 am, make sure you look like you’re busy all day, stay under the radar, and leave at 5 pm.”
8 Things Every Person Should Do Before 8 A.M.
“Life is busy. It can feel impossible to move toward your dreams. If you have a full-time job and kids, it’s even harder.How do you move forward?
If you don’t purposefully carve time out every day to progress and improve — without question, your time will get lost in the vacuum of our increasingly crowded lives. Before you know it, you’ll be old and withered — wondering where all that time went.”
Things I Learned From My Dad, In Chronological Order
“Kraft dinner is pretty good with pepper.
Motown is the best music, especially in a car.
The square root of 2 is 1.4142135.
Smart people who don’t practise violin or do homework won’t get anywhere in life.
Even though your dad falls asleep at your recitals, he’s still really proud of you.”
ou Can Be More Than One Thing
“The best piece of advice I’ve gotten in a long time came a few months ago as I was trying not to fall on my ass on a rain-soaked hiking trail here in Northern California.
As I carefully placed one beat-up running shoe after the other in the muddy imprints left by my friend’s hiking boots, my thoughts kept wandering to how today would have been perfect for binge-watching Netflix and how I hoped the bread and cheese I’d stuffed in my backpack that morning was still semi-dry.”