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How can a 20-something gain an edge over life?

Pastor Charles R. Swindoll once said that life is 10% action and 90% reaction. That’s always hit home for me because when you think about it, life really is all about perception.

Life can be tough, so you’ve got to be careful what you feed your mind and soul.

And just when it comes to understanding life and how to live it best,
a good place to start would be the people who had devoted their entire lives to studying and understanding the human condition — aka philosophers.

Before you begin the journey, learn what it is and the things that one can encounter on it!

And once, one has understood the human condition, the next obstacle would be to actually become practical, get a life and start living.
But wait, don’t we need to learn practicality from someone too?
Indeed, we do.
The obstacle is the way Ryan Holiday says,
and since there are very few to no role models in life,
the best possible way to look at life would be
to look at it through the eyes of an entrepreneur
and treat life as it’s a startup (risk).
Then, you need to proceed (take risks) in such a way that your upsides are maximized and your downsides are minimized.

Always try to scale at life.

You should try to make the most out of time (your most valuable assest) and secure yourself as you go along.
Be it via building a skillset, absorbing books or knowledge, or choosing the conventional ways of scaling at life.

If you start early,
and prepare yourself for life in mighty ways,
you might set yourself free much faster than the others.

So what have you been waiting for?
Go and invest in your most valuable asset,
form the best life possible, and set yourself free!

And still, never stop learning.
And yet, never stop reading.

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