Turning 30 is scary for a lot of people — a big unknown of adulthood, career and new kinds of relationships.
For writer Mark Manson, turning 30 in 2014 was a chance to crowd-source advice for winning the fourth decade of life. More than 600 people — ages 37 and older — responded. Manson then narrowed their wisdom to 10 key points.
The article — 10 Life Lessons to Excel in Your 30s — went viral and the advice is still relevant not only for anyone hitting their 30s, but any age.
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