What is it that nobody tells you about adult life?

Adult life will
come.

We may delay it
for a while, but it will hit all of us immediately. So denial is not an option.

We have to
accept the reality, including all the great changes, expectations,

traditional
wisdom, and what we really don’t want to do.

Here are something
that no one talks about, but we all do it in some way.

1. You can’t have anything.

Many people are
striving for success.

They want to
have everything, have it immediately, and be better than others.

But none of this
can create a happy, fulfilling life.

It becomes a
constant competition, without giving anything in return.

It’s better if
you accept the truth now: you can’t have it all.

But before you
make a sad face, there’s something else here: you don’t need to have it either.

You know, not
everything we want can make us happy and successful.

Not every skill
comes naturally, not every profession is suitable for us.


2. You have to learn to make
choices.

Another hard to
understand but very important thing is that our time is limited. Basically,
every second we get closer to the end of our lives.

And there are
two ways to see this.

We can be
depressed about it or enrich our lives.

Now that you
know that, you need to use your time more selectively.

Don’t invest it
in unproductive and meaningless activities.

Delete some of
the things you don’t need to do from the to-do list.

And stop
spending time with people who don’t respect you.

We’re making
choices all the time.

There are many
things we can do, so it is important how we decide to spend our precious time.

3. The opinions of others do not
matter.

You will be
judged and criticized more than you want.

If you let it
affect you, you will not be able to achieve your goals in life.

But guess what?
Others have nothing to do with it.

The sooner you
stop caring about what others think of you, the better.

It’s your
journey, so you can make as many mistakes as you want,

Try something new,
something extraordinary, or whims, etc.

Another
important thing to remember as you enter adulthood is that by judging you,
other people are actually showing their own deeper problems and insecurity.

Everyone is
fighting.

Knowing this can
help you express sympathy for them, not anger or judgment.


4. The only failure is to give up.

If you are
pursuing something in life, you will fail quite a lot times. If you don’t,

that means
you’re not taking any action and moving on.

These mistakes
are not bad things.

Everyone is
teaching you that it doesn’t work so you can try something else. After each
time, you will be more experienced, smarter and more prepared. It will also
make you stronger.

There is only
one type of failure, which is the only thing tragic to the human soul, and we
can accept it as failure. That’s giving up.

Once you reach
this point, it means that you don’t believe in yourself, are tired of
challenging yourself, lack hope and belief, and choose easier choices

Don’t try again.

It’s one of the
saddest things an adult can do. It’s bad for the people around you, too.

So make sure you
don’t get there.

Always remember
that every successful person in history and today has more failures than success.
But we rarely hear about their mistakes on the road.

If you really
understand this, you can live bravely, take risks and feel proud and sense of accomplishment
at every step.

5. Opportunities are everywhere.

Many adults are
not satisfied with their lives.

They don’t have
what they want, and they’re not given enough opportunities to condemn life.

But knowing that
about them, I can say that they have many other excuses every day why they
can’t change their lives.

They also blame
external factors on what they don’t have and are never responsible for what
happens to them.

Such people have
nothing but action.

They often over
think about a situation, but don’t go out and fight for what they believe in.

They don’t ask
what they want, don’t talk, don’t try new methods, etc.

Don’t do that.

Instead, open
your eyes and look at the myriad opportunities presented to you every day. Life
gives us a lot, while our job is to pay attention to them and take action.

So instead of
wanting things to be different, start doing research with those who have
already achieved your goals, finding a new job, ending an existing
relationship, moving to another place, starting an online business, and so on.

Do something you
haven’t done yet. Then, make sure you make the most of the opportunity along
the way.


What else does nobody
tell us?

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