Toughest Thing to Learn in Life

What is the Toughest Thing to Learn in Life? Patrick Bet-David covers this topic in this episode of short Monday motivation to start your week. Subscribe for weekly updates

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48 Comments on “Toughest Thing to Learn in Life”

  1. Best advice I got
    Emulate the best quality/characteristic/ability, from your mentors! and COMBINE TO FIT YOUR CAREER/ LIFE.
    create your best YOU!!!… only 1xYOU-ever

  2. Love this channel and try to watch every video.

    "Live Life Backwards!" The decisions and actions you take at 20 have the biggest impact on your life when you are in your 50, 60, 70's and even your 80's.

  3. If you don't like the advice don't take it, the idea with advice is that it's something optional, and it's something for you to consider. It doesn't have to be that confusing. If you are confused about it, then it's your own indecision that is the problem. Because you don't know if you should take it or not for whatever reason you have thought up. But any advice can be good or bad depending if the receiver and giver are on the same page or not. Doesn't mean sometimes the advice can't be good, just not always for the right person at that point in their life. General advice is usually useless anyway. Unless i get advice that actually has value attached, i just put it in the rubbish because it's useless to me. So unless you can show me stuff that will benefit me, then no point even giving me advice, i know upfront not to listen.

  4. “Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it, no matter if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense.”. –Buda

  5. I would definitely listen to someone who is a great deal older than me — because they have seen the long-term consequences of their decisions! If someone said, "Slow down," I would ask them why they are giving that specific advice. Then they could explain – maybe they feel they missed their children's lives, or they didn't enjoy life, or maybe they ruined their health. ASK the advice-giver WHY that is their advice.

  6. So basically, you only listen to advises that you internally want to hear, instead of questioning the person giving the advise, and your current circumstances.

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