I came across this interesting post, whilst randomly surfing for interesting articles (which is a good thing) to read.
I must say, having started my career in my early 20s, that I found the list highly relatable and that I agree it to a large extent.
Points 1, 6, 7, 9 and 10 will probably get the biggest YES! from me, seeing that they were the main things I made a conscious effort to go against.
I do however, find points 2 and points 10 a little big oxymoronic, since the latter could be seen as an attempt by the “junkie” to live in the present, and I do wish that I can be more present as I go about fighting for the things I want in life.
Still, it makes for interesting reading. Tell me what you think about the 10 Reasons.
Which ones do agree with and why? Share your thoughts in the comments column below.
1. You didn’t take advantage of your college years
2. You live for the future
3. Your parents control you
4. Your environment is holding you back
5. You’ve taken the wrong path.
6. You stopped learning
7. You do the same thing everyday
8. You’ve escaped to grad school
9. You’re not pushing yourself
10. You’re a walking stimulus junkie
To read the whole article, check out the link over here at: http://behindthehustle.com/2013/08/10-choices-you-will-regret-in-10-years/