30 things I learned in 30 years.

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The following are some lessons that I have reflected on in my last 30 years alive. This is a me-to-me conversation. They may not all apply to you but let me know if any of these resonate with you.

  1. Listen to your parents (at the beginning).

They do have experience on you, and they have kind of have to keep you alive so they’ll try their best and probably know what’s best for you up…

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Certified Body Language Specialist & Published Researcher | Communication Skills Offline & Online | Content Creator & Consultant. bit.ly/JosePinaYNAS

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José Piña

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Certified Body Language Specialist & Published Researcher | Communication Skills Offline & Online | Content Creator & Consultant. bit.ly/JosePinaYNAS

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