However, regardless of the size of the lesson, there are six, very important, that everyone should know before leaving the age of young adult and entering the next phase of their lives.
Here are the top 6 of these important things …
Your habits can help you or hurt you. Each action is a brick, which means that it’s what you do daily that determines which house you end up with. You are the house you build.
The way you invest your time reflects the way you invest your money. Smart and rich people know the value of their time. They see every minute, hour, day, week, month, and so on as an opportunity to invest wisely in themselves. You should do the same thing.
The most important relationship in your life is the one you have with yourself. Without a positive relationship with yourself, all other relationships in your life will suffer. It always starts with you.
Health is an inestimable treasure, it must always be appreciated, nourished and protected. Good health is often wasted by young people before they have a chance to appreciate it for what it’s worth. We tend to take our health for granted because it’s right there. We do not have to worry about it, so we do not really pay attention … until we do it. Your body is your temple. Treat it well
You can not please everyone
“I do not know the secret of success, but the secret of failure is to try to please everyone” – Bill Cosby. You do not need everyone to agree with you or to like you all. It is human nature to want to belong, to be loved, respected and valued, but not to the detriment of your integrity and your happiness. Other people can not give you the validation you are looking for. It must come from within. Speak, stay on your positions, say when you need it, demand respect, stay true to your values.
You do not always get what you want
“Life is what happens while you’re busy doing other projects. – John Lennon. It does not matter if you plan carefully and work hard, sometimes things do not work out the way you want … and that’s good. We have all these expectations; pre-determined visions of what our “ideal” life will look like, but all too often it is not the reality of life that we end up with. Sometimes our dreams fail and sometimes we change our minds mid-term.