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20 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Attained that Age “20”

  1. No matter how hard you try, you cannot please everybody.
  2. Everybody cannot think like you.
  3. If you are optimistic you are right, if you are pessimistic you are also right; but it pays to be optimistic if one really wants to be happy.
  4. That nothing is free in the real sense of the word.
  5. The people you associate with will determine your altitude. The power of association is so great, it cannot be over estimated.
  6. Everybody has a secret.
  7. People are interested in you when you are profitable.
  8. The more open you are about things you think you know, the more people will open up to you; and the more you will realize you don’t know anything.
  9. If you really want to do something, you will always have justifiable excuses for wanting to do it; same way, if you don’t want to do something.
  10. Life is motion; nobody stays in one plays. Either forward or backward, there must be motion.
  11. Talent without hard work is useless.
  12. You don’t need to put money first. Pursue excellence, and money will follow automatically.
  13. Nobody wants to be seen as a means to an end.
  14. No matter what you choose to do in life, you must sacrifice something.
  15. When people talk carelessly about issue or people, it is probably because they do not value them. Things people truly value are usually enshrouded in silence.
  16. That generalization is wrong – If something is working for you, it does not mean it will work for everybody.
  17. You cannot really plan your life – unforeseen circumstances happen; and they define our lives for better or worse.
  18. No matter how good you are, there will always be people who are better. It is good to be humble.
  19. When people tell their stories by themselves, they invariably tell a lie because you cannot see yourself as you really are.
  20. You cannot bulldoze your way to love. Love just happens.

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