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I’ve lived 20 years. Here are 20 things I’ve learned.

-Address small problems. They become big problems.

-Spend more time around people that both challenge and accept you.

-Make shit- always be creating. Some of it might be terrible but some of it will be great.

-Get a library card.

-Add adventurer to your twitter bio. Then, become one.

-Find ways to cheat the system, just don’t cheat people.

-Do things that are uncool, later on they usually end up becoming cool.

-Say no to projects you don’t care about.

-When an opportunity doesn’t come knocking, make one yourself.

-Love cats.

-Get one big success at a young age. It’ll help you build up your confidence for bigger things.

-Meet new people as often as possible. Learn something from every one of them.

-Find your voice.

-Genius gets you nowhere. Execution is everything.

-Find out if there will be food there.

-Walk more.

-Be comfortable with abandonment, even of parts of your identity.

-A good haircut changes everything.

-Always remember those who helped you. Deliver two or three times as much value back.

-Fight for what matters.




Andrew Jacobson -

Nice work bud.

Hudson Gardner -

F*** yeah and well said. I’m 24, so here’s 4 more: 21. Realization is just the beginning of change. 22. Spend time looking around. 23. Control myself, drop trying to control others. 24. Be aware of your life.

Jean-Laurent Gaudy -


Nelly Wamuyu Thoithi -

may I reblog this please?

John Chiuri -

I see we share common career

Josh Solar -

Love you, bro. Solid advice here. It’s great to see someone with so much figured out while they’re so young. You’re refreshing.