The High Five

Change is Constant

We're getting super techy, super fast. Every year, there are brand new jobs, brand new opinions, and brand new people. (ohhh super deep) We're advancing so quickly, that the things some people learn in their first 2 years of college will be outdated by their last 2.
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Learning is Lifelong

If change is constant, then learning must also be constant. If at any point in your life, you stopped learning, you'd miss soooo many opportunities. #Regrets

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Focus on the Journey

Say you need to spend 8 years to get to the place you want to be, whether it's a job, a trip around the world, or a family... If you constantly ignore everything else, and focus on what you will have, then you'll have wasted 8 years of your life getting there.
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Follow your Heart

It's pretty obvious, going the easy route isn't what you want to do, it's what you think you need to do. Choosing a job that has good pay and crappy customers... or something, is never someone's "dream." Do what you want. like... fishing. Way more fun.
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Access your Allies

It's extremely hard to accomplish anything in life without at least one person helping you.

Example: Parents help you through all that teenage angst, so you can grow up and rely on other people to get you through your grown-up angst.

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