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• High School Advice • PART 3
21) Educate Yourself Outside Of School If school is your only source of knowledge, you will be ignorant and will probably never even open a book after you graduate school. Learn as much as you can outside of school: about finances, politics, marketable skills, useful skills, etc.
22) See Things In Other People's Perspective The decisions people make, may seem odd to you. Were they a victim of of something, do they have good intentions, are they thinking illogically, or are you thinking illogically?
23) Plan For After High School You shouldn't have a specific plan on what you want to do early in high school, but as the years pass by, make sure you have a plan. Whether it is college, a vocational school, and make sure you are working to acheive that goal.
24) Be Thankful Of Everything You Have There are many people in the world who are poor, starving, uneducated, and on the verge of death, and there are millions of people in history who have suffered from war, famine, and slavery. So be thankful for everything you have.
25) It's All About The Habits Bad habits are hard to break and remain with you for a long time. Don't fall into a trap which can hurt you your whole life. Simultaneously, develop good habits which you would like to carry with you your whole life.
26) Understand The Value Of A Dollar The labor of a high school student is worth minimum wage (about 7.50 per hour and possibly part time). The labor of someone who has graduated college is a salary of around $30,000-90,000+, so understand money.
27) You Have A Lot Of Time You have very very very high amount of free time on your hands to use however you wish. You can waste it in front of a television screen or you can use it productively. The choice is up to you.
28.) Realize High School Isn't The Real World High school is not the real world. The real world isn't a closed environment. It is a free society where people accept responsibility for their actions. What is rewarded in high school.
29) How Will This Impact Me In Five Years? Ask that question with every big decision you make.
30) Understand The Difference Of Scale High school is four years long. The rest of your life is statistically sixty years long. So ask yourself what is more important: to be more concerned with those four years or to be more concerned about the future.