[#Money #Success] 15 Things You Should Figure Out By The Time You’re 30

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15 Things You Should Figure Out By The Time You’re 30

By Alux.com
Published: May 24, 2022

Alux.com 15 Things You Should Figure Out By The Time You’re 30
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In this Alux.com video we will be answering the following questions:

  • What are the top 15 Things You Should Figure Out By The Time You’re 30?
  • What are the most important things to figure out in your early life?
  • What are the most important 15 things to figure out about life?
  • What are 15 Things to Start Doing By the Time You’re 30?
  • What are 15 Things You Really Need To Have Figured Out By The Time you’re 30?
  • How to solve life by the time you’re 30?
  • What should you know by age 30?
  • What should I have done by the time im 30?
  • What skills do you learn before 30?
  • How do I know what to do with my life at 30?


    • 00:00 – Intro
    • 00:21 – Your best years
    • may be ahead of you
    • 01:20 – What motivates you
    • 02:00 – What do you
    • expect from yourself
    • 02:32 – You are the only one responsible
    • 03:17 – How to educate yourself
    • 03:56 – You spent most of the time with your parents already
    • 04:46 – Be comfortable with making sacrifices
    • 05:28 – How to make better mistakes
    • 06:12 – How to take care of others
    • 05:55 – How to find balance
    • 07:43 – What makes you unique
    • 08:30 – How to keep growing
    • 09:08 – How to keep up
    • 10:36 – How to disconnect
    • 11:26 – How far you’ve come

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