30 Things about life Before turning 30 everyone should learn.
Life's packed with lessons. In an instant, some lessons are learned— like touching a hot stove. Others take time to fully understand what it really means to be in love, for example. But regardless of the size of the lesson, there are 30 important ones that should be known to everyone before they leave young adulthood and enter the next phase of their lives.
1. A reflection of how you invest your money is how you invest your time. The clever and wealthy know their time's value. They see every minute, hour, day, week, month, etc. as an opportunity to make wise investments in themselves. You need to do the same thing.
2. You must eliminate distractions to be productive. Productivity does not involve multiple tasks. Actually, it's the other way around. This is about trying to do less, so you can do more in the end.
3. If you don't get what you need to do, you're afraid. We do not do-or worse, we ask whether it is possible to do anything. That's why book and startup plans are pushed so often in the backburner. You must confront what holds you back to accomplish the work.
4. Efficiency is a process. You don't do something the first or second time. That means that you must commit to the process of always looking for ways of improving in the long term to be productive in the fullest sense.
5. In the absence of preparation for failure. If you haven't succeeded, you can't expect things to pass rapidly and efficaciously. Where you begin tomorrow, what you do today will impact.