Don’t pack your trip into 30 days. Commit to traveling for real. If you do it right, you can probably travel the world for less than you’d spend staying at home.
You want to go work? Then go work. Crush it.
Hustle your a** off and find the job you really want, one where you can learn the most you can and get the job skills that will propel you forward.
You want to start a business? Go start one. Being an entrepreneur can be brutal, but the rewards can be amazing and make the pain worth it in the end.
Be nice to everyone and make friends. The people you work with early on can become the foundation of a network you will have for the rest of your life, so treat everyone with respect.
Nice people go further in life. Plus, it’s just a better way to live.
It’s your life. Do you. You can’t fail when you’re young, as long as you believe one thing: Do your best and love the rest.
David Bach has been teaching people how to be smarter with their money since 1994. He is a nine-time New York Times bestselling author and his books include the recently released and updated #1 New York Times bestseller, “The Automatic Millionaire.” Receive his free, weekly newsletter here.
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