Logic Of The Day: 27.09.2018.
Nobody is going to wash your dishes.
Nobody is going to clean your apartment.
If you don’t pick that piece of pepperoni up off the floor, nobody else will, and it’ll sit there for as long as it takes you to do the deed.
6. Make Good Choices.
It sounds cliché, but the people who become “successful” in their 30s are the ones who made good choices in their 20s (usually).
For some it takes longer to figure out than others, but at some point you’re going to have to call it quits on the Thirsty Thursdays, you probably shouldn’t binge-watch Netflix for 72 hours in a row (unless dying of sickness), and you should work to surround yourself with people who inspire and motivate you, instead of those who have settled and stopped improving.
This is the hardest part for most people — knowing when to let go and move forward.
~ Excerpts From The Article; The Top 10 Things I've Learned In My 20's By Nicholas Cole.
"The Career Growth Team"