English Response 1 - What Youll Wish Youd Known Early on in...

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What You’ll Wish You’d Known Early on in What You’ll Wish You’d Known , Paul Graham’s had me convinced that he was speaking from experience and truly had insight into the secret of success. I wasn’t fooled for long. The holes in his formula for great life achievement were obvious from the beginning. “You don't need to be in a rush to choose your life's work. What you need to do is discover what you like.” In the beginning, Graham claims that the first step towards becoming successful is to not rush into it. He believes that high school is a time to figure out what you like, and that one should not limit themselves by setting career goal early on. Essentially, he is a proponent of taking the path that shows you the most doors, but never actually has you step through any of them; at least at this stage. However, Graham also advocates constantly challenging oneself throughout high school and “getting something done,” such as becoming an accomplished writer or learning to program computers. Casually discovering what interests you
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