Do you have any advice for my early 20s life?

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We are all different and you are (like the rest of us) unique. Don’t assume that everyone else knows best what is right for you. [ Any advice for my early 20s life ]

At the same time don’t assume that you know best what is right for anyone else – and if you do be persuasive than pushy.

We are all learners in this game of life – and by the way learning never ends nor should it. It keeps us alive and excited about life. [ Any advice for my early 20s life ]

In my early twenties I was rebellious, indecisive but ever the optimist. I thought then I had a handle on life and myself – not quite so.

Now in my 70s I would say I know a lot more about life and about myself, about who I am. It helps to be able to look back over the path one has trodden – and the successes and mistakes one has made on the journey. [ Any advice for my early 20s life ]

So to my advice:

Be true to yourself, and, as best as you can, follow your own star.

Endeavour to look at the bigger picture and bring it into your life. There will be, I believe, a spiritual purpose to your life, and you need to find out (or decide) what that is, and live it.

Plan and visualise for your success in life, in whatever way that means for you.

Bring home the bacon – money-wise. Eat well, love well, exercise and meditate – and get at least a few belly-laughs in too. And be brave enough to take the occasional risk at least – getting out of the comfort zone can be good for you. [ Any advice for my early 20s life ]

If you want more of my thoughts, get hold of my free book, Steps to Health, Wealth & Inner Peace (off Amazon, or elsewhere or off this link). It’ll give you some useful insight into my journey and wholesome tips on getting the most from life.

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Disclaimer: The views expressed in this post are entirely the opinion of the author, Francis O’Neill. No guarantee is given that the information provided is correct, complete, and/or up-to-date.

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