I've got the best advice for every 20-year-old.
I remember desperately needing some good advice when I was 20. Let's face it, the early 20s can be a confusing time.
In today's age, societal expectations of young adults are extremely high, which can cause high levels of stress and uncertainty.
There are definitely a few things that I wish I had done differently. Ready to discover the best advice for every 20-year-old?
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Navigating your 20s can be tricky.
However, if you can learn from the lessons of others who have already been there, it helps you get through the process much easier. To all of the 20-year-olds out there, this is the best advice I could ever give you, so listen up!
1. Commit To Self-Development
The life that I've created is a direct result of my never-ending commitment to self-development. When I was 17 years old, I started reading books, learning from mentors, and taking courses and training programs. In turn, I was able to accelerate my success in every area of my life.
If you're in your 20s right now, your greatest advantage is your youth. Invest time, energy, and money into growing and improving yourself. It will pay massive dividends later on in your life. Investing in yourself sends a powerful message to yourself and the world which is:
The value and potential that I possess are important enough to me that I'm going to give it the energy, space and time to grow and create results.
2. Travel The World
Experience is the best teacher. If you haven't already, I encourage you to get outside of your comfort zone and travel the world. It will allow you to expand your mindset, meet new people, and learn about different cultures and belief systems.
When I graduated high school I decided to not go to college because I wanted to see the world. It was the best decision I could have ever made.
At 30-years-old, I've traveled to over 40 different countries. I'm currently traveling throughout South America. My fiancée and I have been to Argentina, Chile, and Bolivia. Do yourself a favor and go see the world! Traveling is one thing that you will never regret.
3. Learn About Money
You spend one-third of your life working, so it's important that you learn how money works! When you're in your 20s, money management is critical. This is what will allow you to create financial security in your future.
When you're young, you've got the advantage of having time on your side. If you start investing in your early 20s, by the time you're in your 50s, you will be a millionaire automatically. This will happen simply because of the power of compound interest.
4. Start A Business
Before you can start a business, you first need to figure out what your long-term vision is. You have the power to design your ultimate lifestyle. What do you want?
Write out what your perfect day would look like. Once you've determined that, find the best vehicle that will get you to where you want to go.
Because I started a business when I was 21-years-old, I was able to become a millionaire at 28-years-old, and a multi-millionaire at 30-years-old. You can afford to take big risks when you're young, so if starting a business is something you want to do, go for it!
5. Invest In Relationships
The more that you improve yourself, the more that it will improve your relationships. The most important decision you will ever make is who you decide to share your life with. The greatest gift of my life is my relationship with my fiancée, Tatiana.
Don't just jump into a relationship without knowing whether or not someone is the right person. I would rather be alone than settle for a relationship that is less than incredible.
When you're young, you can meet a lot of people. If you are in your 20s, I encourage you to put yourself out there and actively develop your social skills. It will allow you to get a better understanding of what your values are when it comes to developing relationships with people.
This is the best advice for every 20-year-old.
I hope you are able to apply some of this wisdom in your own life or pass it on to someone whom you think would benefit from it. Keep in mind that I wouldn't be able to share this wisdom had I not gone through the process of failing, growing, and failing some more! It's just a part of this beautiful ride that we call, life.
What advice would you give to a 20-year-old?
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