“Most people never stop and define their deepest, most important goals. This allows them to procrastinate on them indefinitely. If you don’t come out and say that you want to write a novel, it’s not going to happen.”
These lessons may be written for young people, but it’s never too late learn them.
Matthew Kent shares 30 lessons about life you should learn before turning 30 including your relationships will all change drastically, procrastination is a silent killer of your deepest dreams, and how you manage your energy is more important than you how manage your time.
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