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Realisation

Where a person grew up, with whom they grew up, will have a great influence on thier character, the way they speak & how they carry themselves.

At certain age when we attain mental and physical maturity, we realize that some of the things and people we idolize are not exactly what we need to build our life on.

This realization can be an advantage or a disadvantage based on our mindset.

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MORE IDEAS FROM Things we forget as we grow up- Alcohol habits

As a kid, each of us had different dreams about how we wanted our future to be.

But down the lane, most of us tend to deviate from that.

We learn new things as we grow up, and some of them become part of our habits.

If we look back most of us have cultivated certain habits which we hated other people see doing.

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Think of things you wanted to become when you were a kid and see where you are now.

Are you happy? If not, you are never too late.

You are the owner of your life, you can sell it, rent it, let it wear away, likewise you can rebuild it.

Even if it is for one day, live the life which you dreamed for, cause, in the end, nothing matters.

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You need to know what you want in life

“He who has a why to live can bear almost any how.” — Friedrich Nietzsche

  1. Without a purpose, you can’t have a rock-solid plan, and a rock-solid plan is the best way to maximise your chance of success in life.
  2. When it comes to figuring out what you want to do, the most important thing is to experiment constantly.
  3. It’s never too late to change, but it’s 100% crucial to experiment to find what you love to do and why you want to change.

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Travelling can help enhance your life
  • Discover yourself:  It leads you on to that path of self-discovery about what your strengths and weaknesses may be.
  • Appreciation: you appreciate even the most seemingly inconsequential things in life, which we all take for granted.
  • Opens your mind: It enables you to learn new cultures, new ways of life and new simplicities.
  • Meet new people. You will learn to break down the barriers and communicate.
  • Develop new skills: decision-making skills, learn to communicate better, improve your social skills and organisational skills.

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The Pace of Growth

Whether it’s emotional, philosophical, interpersonal, or professional growth, people are not growing at the same pace.

Some people move light years if you don't talk to them for a couple of months, and others have stayed more or less the same for 3, 4, 5 years or longer.

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