20 Things I learned by the Age of 20
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20 Things I learned by the Age of 20

Over the past 20 years, I have come to learn many life lessons, here are 20 of my most important lessons/things learned!

20 Things I learned by the Age of 20
  • 1. God will turn setbacks into lessons learned
  • 2. Be open to learning from others
  • 3. Embrace every season of life
  • 4. Everyone who comes into your life is either a blessing or a lesson
  • 5. There are days that must happen to you
  • 6. Know who you are and what you stand for
  • 7. Do things that make YOU happy
  • 8. If you want happiness, find gratitude
  • 9. The world needs you to be who you were made to be
  • 10. The words you speak become the house you live in
  • 11. If you feel like you have lost yourself, take time to find out who you are again
  • 12. People will never forget how you made them feel
  • 13. Let go of toxic people in your life, they are only a roadblock for all of the good waiting to flow in
  • 14. Don't hold grudges, life is too short
  • 15. Know your worth, and don't forget it
  • 16. Decide what kind of life you actually want and say no to anything that isn't that
  • 17. No one else is you and that is your power
  • 18. You can always evolve or remain, choose to evolve
  • 19. There are going to people who do not like you or understand you and that is okay. Stay true to yourself and do not change for anyone
  • 20. Be unapologetic about who you are the value you add to this world
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