Logic Of The Day: 28.09.2018.
7. Develop Your Talents
This gets taken so much for granted, but it’s far easier to learn something in your 20s (especially when you’re motivated by your lack of funds), than when you’re moderately comfortable and in your 30s, 40s, or 50s.
Spend your time learning and harnessing your skill-sets.
8. Learn To Manage Your Money
This is something nobody teaches you in school, and it’s sort of on you to figure out.
(Personally, I’ve reached out to family friends who I knew were investors/traders and asked them to kindly explain to me the basics — which they did, willingly.)
This means opening up an IRA and socking away 10% of every paycheck. This means paying your taxes. This means withholding the urge to spend money frivolously so that you can save for more important things.
Learn the skill of saving and money management now, because it’s only going to get tougher.
As my dad says, “Expenses rise to meet income.”
~ Excerpts From The Article; The Top 10 Things I've Learned In My 20's By Nicholas Cole.
"The Career Growth Team"