Li um texto hoje no Wall Street Journal, com as 10 coisas que não te contaram no discurso de formatura, achei interessante, deu uma saudade dos tempos de Faap, aquele último respiro antes da vida adulta.. Segue a lista:
1. Your time in fraternity basements was well spent; one of the most important causal factors associated with happiness and well-being is your meaningful connections with other human beings.
2. Some of your worst days lie ahead, be prepared to work through them.
3. Don’t make the world worse. Just don’t use your prodigious talents to mess things up.
4. Marry someone smarter than you are, you will do better in life if you have a second economic oar in the water.
5. Help stop the Little League arms race, we know that success isn’t about simply running faster than everyone else in some predetermined direction.
6. Read obituaries, they remind us that interesting, successful people rarely lead orderly, linear lives.
7. Your parents don’t want what is best for you, they want what is good for you, and isn´t the same.
8. Don’t model your life after a circus animal, don’t let your life decisions be distorted by the fact that your boss is the only one tossing you peanuts.
9. It’s all borrowed time, you shouldn’t take anything for granted, not even tomorrow.
10. Don’t try to be great, being great involves luck and other circumstances beyond your control.
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