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Every year I reflect and try to remember the most important lessons I learned. I do this exercise to analyse myself, identify patterns and have a note to my future self. Another motif is a hope to inspire you to make a change. Taking care of my mind and body. Becoming better every day. Building a business that provides me financial freedom and impacts the world. These are the things I care about the most. In the recent years, I made many mistakes and wrong decisions. I acquired bad habits but at the same time, I learned many lessons. The school of life allowed me to understand myself and what I want from life. Today, I am dedicating this post to my younger self. Below are some of the things I would tell my younger self at different stages of my life. Infant to a teenager At this stage of life, you can not do much. You don’t have an opinion. You have to follow everything without questioning and accept things as people tell you. Play more. Play, smile, laugh and be free. People become angry, sad, sick, selfish, greedy and poor because they don’t play enough. Don’t get discouraged by others, you have so much happiness inside of you, enjoy it. Love yourself and the world. Love is the answer. I mentioned you people who don’t play enough become sad for life. Your love can heal them. 14-year-old myself Now you collect experiences, ideas, choose role models and recognise emotions. You question yourself to find your identity. Try new things. Have fun building and breaking. Read books that don’t look good for teachers or parents. Watch movies and everything possible to form your own opinion. Most important question everything. Listen more. Actively listen and analyse what you are hearing. Question everything and try to make connections. Relate. Any fool can judge and critique but only smart ones will try to empathise and make connections. You have no limits. If anyone tells you can’t do something, they’re showing their limits. Most of the time these people will be the closest to you, your family, friends, lovers. Love them but don’t listen to their limitations on you.
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