What do you wish you knew when you were younger?
wanting to get some perspectives from other more senior folks. this is a question I've been asking clients, family members, etc., and I hope this proves to be a place we can visit for years to come.
so, ladies and gents that have been around the block for a decade or more, what do you know now that you wish you knew when you were in your college years, 20s, early 30s? can be career, life, financial, however you want to answer it
will keep my comments short since I've already regurgitated the same shit 100x on the forum
think long term is easier said than done but is incredibly important
on investing, how to think is more important than being up to date on the news
distrust all forecasters who don't manage portfolios
your life won't suffer for leaving social media (wish I'd done this at 25 instead of >30)
conspicuous consumption only leads to credit card debt and shallow friendships, skip that phase of your life (from which I carry zero memorable moments)