I recently wrote a preachy, in-your-face and unapproachable article about things we do in our 20s that aren’t so awesome. Okay, it’s not that preachy, but it does address a lot of bad-ish habits most of us in our 20s are guilty of.
One year ago, I thought I had my entire life mapped out ahead of me. I had just landed my first professional job, more than a month before graduation. I had conquered my last semester of college with high marks. Life was good, and it only seemed downhill from there.
There are two types of people reading this. The people who have experienced this and those who haven’t. Those who have know firsthand just how foolish I was to believe that life was finished with me.
Take my advice. Don’t get comfortable in where you are at and where you think life is taking you, because you are in for a surprise.
Don’t get me wrong, confidence is a beautiful tool that hopefully many of you will use to get what you want and need. But doubt is so much more satisfying to control. The day you are able to master the ability to use doubt as an asset rather than fear is a day I look forward to as well.
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