There are 5 main stages of life—here’s what to do at every age to ‘minimize your regrets,’ says life coach
We’ve been taught to plan our lives based on a very stressful pattern: Decide what…
FOX News interview with the author of The Principle of 18. In keeping with conventional wisdom, most of us start focusing on career-building and making money in our early 20s — and often discover later that the professional path we chose wasn’t a very good fit.
Sure, we’re paying the bills. But we aren’t truly happy. That’s because your 20s are far too young to focus on making money, says Eyal Danon, CEO and author of The Principle of 18 (releasing January 18, 2022).
In fact, there is no need to make serious money before you turn 36.
Instead, Danon advises stepping out of autopilot mode and structuring your career and life’s journey around five consecutive 18-year phases.
In the second phase, from ages 18 to 36 dubbed the “Explorer,” he recommends searching for the one area you are most passionate about, and prioritizing this search over making serious money.
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