Your 20s can be the most challenging years of your life. They can also be some of the best. You’re seen as an adult, not a kid any more. It’s sad 😦 but reality, and you really should face it. The faster you learn the most difficult life lessons, the sooner you can lead a great and successful life. 🙂 I did learn some lessons too n i think i’m not perfect so yes i’m still learning. Here are  10 things which i want to share with you: 

  1. Love hurts, but not as much as not loving: Yes it’s true.. depends on behavior and belief 😉
  2. The friendships you nurture will have a greater effect on your life: Be wise in that.
  3. The decisions we make, actually shapes our future and life: Even the little decisions effects a long way: Being attentive to what you are choosing or making is the key.
  4. The company does not love you: The place you work at, your boss your colleagues they don’t love you. You are replaceable. So keep your parachute handy.
  5. Love is a commitment: you have to be committed to your love if you believe in it.
  6.  Believe it or not, passions grow out of your values: Make early, wise choices to value what (and who) is good, trustworthy, and praiseworthy.
  7. Don’t compare yourself to anyone:-this only leads to heartbreak, anger, and disappointment.
  8. Don’t set expectations for others when they haven’t or cannot commit to them.
  9. Don’t complain: Either change your situation, learn to cope, or change your perspective.
  10. Find your passion. Pick a hobby, own it: photography, dancing—whatever. Get your 10K hours of perfect practice in early and change your life.

Hope this might help whether you are in your 20s or going to step in….! 🙂images (24)

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16 thoughts on “10 Things I’ve Learned In My 20s.

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