What are the biggest things you’ve learned in life to date?
There are 2 kinds of people in life, those who want to contribute and those who want to contaminate. Those who want to contaminate are attracted to me and want to hang out contaminating my life. Lol.
The beliefs I was raised with were just false and futile coping mechanisms by the adults expressing them.
I'm a stronger person when I am true to myself. More content, relaxed, and happier. Yet, when I'm true to myself, I'm at odds with the crowd, so I've learned to be happy being on the outside of the fray.
Marriage is outdated. Long-term relationships are unnatural.
Most people go through life with self-imposed blinders, which they will defend to the death.
College recruiters, marketing, and admissions are pretty much like used car sales people. Check under the hood before making a commitment.
If you keep doing new things/learning... your mind will stay young.
Hard times do get better.
Getting enough sleep is integral.
Money does help.
A healthy body helps maintain a healthy mind.
Parenting is learn on the job... everybody wings it.
Kids grow up quick... make the most of their youth.
Generally speaking, regret will only come from the things that you DONT do.
Falling in love is 10 out of 10 fun... losing it hurts 20 out of 10.
It's better to have loved and lost than never loved.
Follow your dreams and work hard but make time for friends, family and yourself.
Anything can be learnt, languages, social skills, sports, etc, etc, etc.
Don't be fearful of anything or at least be brave enough to overcome those fears so that they cannot hinder your journey.