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7 Best Lessons to Learn Before The Big 30

Lessons to learn before the big age 30, are very essentials. You might ask, what lessons do I need to learn before the big 30? I’m guessing you are still in your 20s now right.

Getting older is a difficult change to accept, also is the life lessons that come our way. Sometimes, experiencing those lessons might come with some painful events and problems. This article will ease this and guide you through some things you should learn before the big 30.

1. Make Your Health a Priority in Every Decision

In life, people often make decisions without considering the impact on their health. And it is true that certain decisions would put one’s health at jeopardy and guess what, we all know this. However, though this is known by everybody, (we all know the rhyme, Health is Wealth), it may require lessons to fully comprehend it and some of those lessons come at great costs.

Before turning 30, one should have realized that excellent health is a long-term investment. Check out this post on health.

2. Gain after Pain is not guaranteed

Working hard does not always guarantee financial success and the life of your dreams. It all boils down to having the correct platform and opportunity to make money.

When there is a suitable platform, hard work pays off. Most times, it is smart work that will pay off not necessarily hard work.

It is important to remember this, you might be giving your best to the wrong hustle and grind.

3. Loving Comes with Vulnerability

 If you must love, love with all your heart. There is no purpose in loving if there is no trust. Love that isn’t based on trust will hurt you severely. To love is to be vulnerable, irresistible, and helpless in the presence of another. That is the way it is, if you will open your heart to love, you must be ready to love all that it comes with.

4. Violence: Never the Answer

Violence has never been said to have solved a problem: There has never been a period in history when violence was said to have solved a problem.

The saying that men go to war for peace never stands. War only gives rise to more war, prisoners, but never peace.

Violence only serves to generate additional leaks in the system, resulting in greater difficulties.

The introduction of peace and conflict resolution techniques was motivated by the impact of violence. The sooner people understand the long-term consequences of violence, the better for everyone.

It takes a lot of energy and resources to unleash violence. Such vitality should be focused towards productive endeavors. It would never be profitable to engage in violence.

5. Have a Backup Plan

Failing to plan is a surefire way to fail. Another popular saying, we grew up hearing, we must learn to plan for the future.

However, our teachers left something out and here’s an addition to that saying: Always have a Plan B.

Having a contingency plan is part of planning for the future. A backup plan that can be activated if necessary, such as in an emergency or if the first plan fails.

Before turning 30, one should have learned the importance and act of planning, as well as the openness to the possibility that a well-prepared plan will turn out to be a flop. You will feel at ease after you have grasped this principle.

6. Resist societal pressure intentionally

Aging is a difficult thing to accept. The fact that you are getting older or that you are no longer as young as you used to be elicits a range of emotions, including pride, uncertainty or even regret about things that could have been done differently.

Life isn’t supposed to be taken too seriously, it shouldn’t be and you shouldn’t.  Avoid being emotionally invested in a succession of life events. The pressures of society are real; fight them.

Keep an open mind and do your best. To reject cultural pressure, you must do so.

7. Information is Strength and Opportunity

Information is both a strength and an opportunity. Information is a sector in which to invest. Every single person on the planet has to be educated. Most of the time, investing in information is not a conscious decision. It requires time, money, patience, and other resources.

Persons who go above and beyond to gather high-quality information will always have the upper hand, any day.

Final Thoughts

That you are above age 30, doesn’t mean you cannot practice or learn these lessons if you haven’t started already. These lessons are for everyone but most especially those in their late 20s or early 20s who are still trying to figure out life.

You can add your own lessons too. No man is a island.

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