This is society's quintessential
question. Can you answer. . .
"What Would You
Tell the Next Generation?"
My 10 Tips to the Young
I am 89 years old, have written many books,
traveled and lectured in many countries and would like to share with you,
as I would with my own grandchildren, my ten steps toward a successful
and good life.
By: Kurt Singer, age 89,
||Be optimistic, the best is still to come.
||Be the captain of your own life and ship, there
are always up and down waves.
|Be kind and gentle. Sugar will get you further
than vinegar. Anger gets you nowhere.
||Add respect to love and friendship.
||It doesn't matter how much you earn but
how much you save.
||Two jobs may get you more security in life.
|Don't act fast when you make decisions. Put the
thoughts under your pillow and sleep on them. Next morning you'll
know what to do.
|Don't blame others for failures you could have
prevented. Move on to better things.
|Don't waste time looking too often at your past.
It's the tomorrow that counts.
||Don't love yourself too much.
2000, Peter Lance Segall
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