You are your own man. This is evident by how you live your life on a daily basis. But have have you been asleep behind the wheel? If you were to go back in time to when you were 18 years old, would he be disappointed in how his life turns out? We do not know everything that we are going to be at that early age, however we do have a power to change into what we want to be now. When I was 18 years old, I wanted to be an MP (military police officer) for the military. That changed so much between then and now. I know better because I am older and wiser. 18 year old me had no clue how awesome my life would be today.
I am going to help you analyze rather or not you peaked in high school. This is a real issue that needs to be discussed. If you do not like what you hear, chances are, at age 18 you peaked. This doesn’t have to be the end of your story, it just has to be the day it changes for good.
Would 18 year old you be disappointed?
These topics will be discussed in today’s episode on Skilled Gentlemen Podcast
- Address your future 18 year old self
- What do you want for your future
- What is your passions right now
- Writing down what you want to accomplish after high school
- Making a plan to execute this
- Addressing your past 18 year old self
- Where did you want to be
- Was this important to you
- Should you really have been focused on this or was your path great instead
- Starting from right now being a better self
- What advantages you have over the younger gentleman
Some information that was used in the making of the show were not exclusively mine. I like to give credit where it is deserved:
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