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Top 10 Thing You Need to Know by Age 30

A Practical Guide to Knowing the Most Important Things in Life Before You Get Old
Narrated by: Andre White Jr.
Length: 29 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
4.5 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)

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By all means, your 20s is the time of glory. You are unstoppable - aiming for the moon and shooting at the stars. You are young, energetic, motivated, and enthusiastic enough to conquer the world. The only thing that holds you back is the lack of experience. Though it is really intimidating to try out new stuff, with the 20s being a perfect age for experimentation, it is also essential to make a few wise decisions to better prepare for the upcoming period of practicality, i.e., your 30s.  

This audiobook is a compilation of the top 10 things you should know by the age of 30. A few tried-and-tested hacks will make your life more comfortable in the long run. While you can still make the most of your 20s, it’s always a good idea to plan for the third decade of your life to avoid sleepless nights and better deal with the challenges that are going to hit you sooner than you would like. After all, it’s never pleasant to be in a spot where you’d say to yourself, "I wish I had known this earlier."

Don't forget to hit that "Buy Now" button to get started on your way to a better life in your 20s and beyond!

©2018 Marc Stachado (P)2018 Marc Stachado

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The first two could change the trajectory of your life.

Q. Who actually takes advice in their twenties?
A. You can!

Start today and take initiative over the course of your life. Thane a long view. Live in light of eternity. Make plans, don’t drift!

This can give you some good perspective. Some of the points are a little off base. Who needs to be told that their parents don’t know what is best, and that the times are changing? This seems to depend on a perspective that we are getting better and better and that now we have a better grasp on reality than our parents did when they were our age. I think this is a dubious perspective. But there are some good points in here.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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practical advice

There were many things in this little guide that I certainly wish I had been advised of much earlier in life.

The top two for me are "always have a side hustle" and "your parents don't have all the answers."

The best piece of advice I would give a younger version of myself (or anyone who was raised like I was) is: It is not your responsibility to please everyone else."  Perhaps I should dive into that one in a future blog post...

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Short but Informative

This was a short listen but there were greats points within this. I have listened to a couple of these books before and sometimes they tend to get mixed with one another.

There were a couple of great points within this book that I have not heard of yet and some that are in everyone book that deals with getting your life in order before 30.

The one thing that has not been mentioned in previous books is about traveling. Everyone tells you that traveling when you do not have many commitments is a plus but with this book it address all the fears and the hesitations that goes in with making these big decisions.

There is a big difference from doing and actually making it happen and this books lets you know they understand what it means to doing what you want but not going crazy when you do it.

I enjoyed the narrator. He has a pleasant voice and I did not feel as though I was being talked at but someone who is having a conversation with me.

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Spot on

This was a comprehensive list of 10 things people should focus on in their 20s in order to make the most of them and improve the rest of their lives. I thought the advice, especially regarding finances, was spot on. It is general advice, but easy to adjust to individual listeners.

If I could go back and offer my 20 year old self one piece of advice, it would be to worry less about what people thought about me. I'd tell my overly self-conscious self that no one is paying nearly as much attention to me as I thought they were!

The narration was clear and easy to understand. I requested a copy of the audiobook and I'm voluntarily leaving a review.

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Good Advice for the Future

Top Ten Things You Need to Know by Age 30 was absolutely correct. Some of the things this audiobook mentions are literally must do's in planning one's future. It's basic things but who han't said they wish they knew then what they know now. Know it now and apply it. I liked the way the author said to step out of your comfort zone. And in my own words do this before you fall into a comfort zone. Good advice.

Andre White Jr. did a pretty good job narrating. He spoke clearly and was easy to understand but the volume went up and down a few times.

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Things to do or start in your 20's.

This is a nice concise list of things that everyone in their twenties should seriously incorporate into their lives. It's a rare thing for one in their thirties or forties to look back on the choices they made in their twenties and be able to honestly say they thought they had been wise. If one were to follow this list they could look back with pride and do just that!

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Good Information

This might be short, but it had information worth hearing. I was really impressed with the content and delivery. It is a book a would recommend to recent college grads.

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Great advice I wish I had when I was younger

This is a perfect book made for the modern young person. It is short and precise and gives lots of great practical information I wish I had known or applied earlier in my own life. The unfortunately sad thing is when we are younger we tend to not look into this type of information, makes everyone think of the saying, "youth is wasted on the young." The saving grace is this is super short and fairly cheap, so I hope people get their ears on this book. The narration was easy on the ears and had a good pace and delivery.

A great book to read for any person entering their truly "Adult" years, graduating from college and moving on to join the worker bees of the world.


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At 32 this was a bit humbling

I'll admit I'm a little late to the party here being 32 haha. But nonetheless, I was happy to read this and learn some new things that I had never thought about. Needless to say I definitely recommend this to others!

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great sword of guider

it's not a very long book but it is a very informative one as someone who is 28 years old this book is very interesting and it did do order to your brain so I like this book very much
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