For most of my life, if I’ve ever moaned about being tired or stressed or overwhelmed, I can almost guarantee that someone around me responds, “Bloody Millennials.”
Millennials are the impatient generation, but it’s time we slowed down.
It’s important that you work a job you love for many reasons, but none more so than the fact you will spend up to 20,000 hours working in your 20s.
If you want to make friends with those you work alongside, you have to show them you’re willing to work hard.
It taught me how to pick myself back up, no matter how sore or how down or how angry I am. It taught me to go again and again and again because there is nothing better than the feeling of accomplishment.
It’s time to stop discounting the smallest of joys. They are worthwhile. They elevate us.
I miss that awkward moment when the restaurant waiter asks how your meal is at the exact time your mouth is full.
Don’t hold out for someone who likes the exact same things you like.
We have to adapt to what’s going on around us together.
The truth of the matter is that entrepreneurship is overhyped and overglorified.