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Men younger than 30 years old should focus on being successful

We all harbor a natural desire for significance, which drives many of us to concern ourselves with achieving success. The absence of success might lead us to reflect on our lives and feel disheartened by our perceived lack of impact. Our pursuit of growth and survival is underpinned by an aspiration to fulfill a higher purpose. Even if global recognition eludes us, our existence can still influence others.

The yearning for success acts as a catalyst, propelling us to surmount challenges, invest extra effort, and seek happiness, thereby enriching our life experiences. While achieving widespread success may remain elusive for most, it’s important to acknowledge this reality. It’s not my intention to sound unkind; rather, it’s a recognition that circumstances often create an uneven playing field. Moreover, I hope that conveying the idea that success might be out of reach will provoke a response like, “Nicole’s perspective seems rather blunt.” This way, I can anticipate an indignant remark from you in a few months, asserting how mistaken I was about your potential. I’m eager for you to challenge this notion and prove me wrong!

In my professional journey, I’ve noticed that nurturing a certain detachment from the world and embracing setbacks has ironically propelled me ahead faster than others. Embracing the persona of someone who accepts failure and has nothing to validate has been a strategy I’ve found effective. When confronted with skepticism, I’m driven to debunk such notions relentlessly.

Please demonstrate to me how I’ve erred and misconstrued your capabilities.

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