101 Secrets for your Twenties by Paul Angone

Lessons from the book: Learn to let go; Do not be afraid of embarrassment; Keep writing and doing creative work; Set Goals; Dream Big; Don’t live another person’s life or believe in fairytales; Seek help when in trouble; Success needs time; Avoid bad relationships; Learn from lousy jobs; Forgive yourself; Have a support network; Don’t give up finding work that you want; Keep dating; Don’t have unrealistic timelines; Compare with yourself; Keep working hard; Build your own website; Get second opinions on important issues; Be friends with failure; Get your hands dirty; Love your imperfections; Explore; Travel; Don’t pretend to be smart; Be humble; Work on your weaknesses; Find out what you don’t like to do; Avoid complaining; Find solutions to problems; Question your existence and who you want to be; Persevere; Cling on to hope; Avoid being too comfortable; Bring your best self to work; Forget about the past; Learn dining etiquette; Learn from everyone; Learn independently; Be confident; Do not be concerned about what others think of you; Don’t take life too seriously; Never stop learning and improving; Be adaptable; Don’t send your dreams to the grave; Act more, plan less; Listen to your parents; Listen to your heart; Avoid complacency; Embrace new ideas; Call a friend; Avoid procrastination; Take risks; Don’t play it safe; Be honest to yourself; Avoid negative people; Focus on being the right person; Ditch the baggage you’re carrying; Plan your finances; Save and invest more; Define success; Don’t search for the Unicorn; Groom yourself; There is no shortcut for success; Avoid seeking validation from others; Stay true to yourself; Think Independently; Figure it Out

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2 thoughts on “101 Secrets for your Twenties by Paul Angone

  1. It’s a shame you don’t have a donate button! I’d definitely donate to this excellent blog!
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    • Hey. thanks for the compliment! glad you liked it 🙂
      Sure, what’s your name anyway? Do you have a website? I hope to update more as well. Sadly, I hold a day job that has nothing related to reading and books 😦

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