“If at age 20, you are not a Communist then you have no heart. If at age 30, you are not a Capitalist then you have no brains.. -George Bernard Shaw.” And so many people said different things about your 20s and 30s. The best part about turning 30 is that you are prepared for anything. You have learned your best lessons from your roaring 20s. Here are somethings everyone learns before turning 30-
First things first, become financially literate.
Do not stop learning through books or the Internet on your subject of your interest.
Degrees don’t define you.
You should be able to say, ‘I do not know enough about this to have an opinion.’
Learning to ignore what could hamper your inner peace is healthy.
A goal is meant to scare you and excite you at the same time if it does not, it is not worth spending time on.
Have solid short term goals.
Long term goals are pressurizing and will not allow you to live in the present.
Bad habits are bad, but if they keep you sane, not that bad I would say. Just be careful.
Be silent, observe but keep a thunder ready under your sleeves.
Do not judge someone just because they sin differently than you.
You need people in your life who are loyal behind your back.
Also, you need people who will call you out on your bullshit because they want you to level up.
Don’t confuse flirty people with romantic people and sad people with depressed people. And if you meet someone who is depressed, tell them to seek medical help and do not take it lightly.
You do not need to travel and spend money to seek yourself because no one and nothing tells how to go from who you are to who will become, it is one lonely path and we all must take it- to only emerge empowered, to only emerge with a purpose of life!