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Hang in their. Your beautiful!1
I don't even know where i would start... this dates back to like early teens...
Mine would be "don't go out doing doughnuts in the parking lot with Quintez and don't move out of that house."
I'd say "Go tell Dad to buy Facebook for that initial $500k".
I'd give myself a lesson in sex ed, tell myself to go work out and get a job and to ignore all the girls in my elementary and high school since they were just looks with no substance.
Don't get married, don't leave the first house I bought and try to remember what the wining powerball numbers were to give myself
Don't repeat my mistakes...
"Don't think too much about it, things are working out just fine for you"
1. Approach that cute girl you like
2. Don't take school too seriously
3. DO NOT WASTE $20,000 on that one year at university
3a. Use that money to start your own business.
4. Eat more, MORE veggies
I'd give myself advice written down on a piece of paper along with a recorded video
its ok to say no to a boss even if it means loosing your job
Start building your skillset now. Don't wait until you're 17 when you're too close to your peak to reach your potential in time.
Buy apple stock in the 90's, sell in 2015.
winning lottery numbers
don't act like a bafoon to make your friends happy.
charity begins at home.
"chase your dreams" well I'm still young, i could still chase them.
Do not make decisions so hastily. Consider the long-term future.
Do not spend the last two years of hs not taking math classes...
Buy Microsoft and Berkshire Hathaway.
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Just to keep to myself.
"Make sure to squat more."
don't trust people so easyly and believe in yourself more
I would tell:
Do what you want, not what others want you to do.
That would change my life completely.
Do not trust people
Everything is temporary
You turn out OK. And life keeps getting better... You will be amazed at what you can do, never question your instincts. (I had no friends in middle school, and wasn't super athletic, now I have great friends, am a D1 college athlete, and have a great summer internship lined up)