5 Investments to Make In Your 20s And 30s to Avoid Regret in Your 40s
And no, I'm not talking about stocks. Not only them, anyway.
Hello dear friend
Welcome to a brand new edition of Be Your Best Friend with Anangsha - the weekly newsletter that believes in seeds sown today yielding incredible fruits in the future.
Today, I want to talk about five investments that you can make in your 20s and 30s to avoid regrets in your 40s and 50s. Yes, these will make you rich, and no, none of them involve money.
Excited to know more? Let’s dive right in.
Your 20s are a weird phase in your life.
You’ve just started earning. You’ve begun to realize that things you say hold power to sway the decisions of older family members.
You’ve just tasted power.
You know what true freedom feels like.
Your whole life is ahead of you. You can do just about anything you want. And that’s where the problem begins.
You feel you’re invincible, that you can do nothing wrong. This puts you in a position of vulnerability.
Your dreams get bigger than your heart can handle, filling you with this mad rush to accomplish every single goal immediately.
If you’ve ever felt overwhelmed that way, then here are 5 things you can start investing in your 20s and 30s to avoid regret in your 40s and 50s.
Invest in yourself.
Invest in your health by eating healthy and working out intuitively,
Invest in your learning,
Invest in growth by constantly upskilling yourself.
Invest in relationships
With your close friends and family members,
With people in your field who are doing amazing work.
Invest in buying back your time.
Invest in building a personal brand online.
Invest in starting a side hustle.
Curious to know more about these investments and how to make them? I’ve made a detailed video to guide you through the process and share the behind-the-scenes of how I’m making these investments myself.
Watch it here, and don’t forget to let me know your thoughts.
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