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Cultivate A Community

Cultivate A Community

The community you are part of during school suddenly disappears after graduating, but a great piece of advice John gives is to try to befriend the new people you meet.

He has brunch with his friends every Sunday, and he invites every new person he meets to join them. He was surprised by how many people actually come and want to become part of a community themselves.

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John shares some advice he found really useful in his life after graduation, but that can be applied at any point in one’s life.

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