The biggest part of growing up is breaking that conditioning to become your own person.I was conditioned to be a people/authority pleaser, which meant I was always seeking the approval of others.No expensive item is worth anything close to those experiences.Also known as a rite of passage before we urbanised a few thousand years ago. I grew about 20 years in maturity in the 6 years I spent there.
Besides all of that, you can’t taste just how sweet success really is when you’ve never gone through any pain.
Don’t be afraid to keep trying things until you find something that really gels with you.
When people settle, they tend to fall into a rut that they can’t get out of.
Everyone grows up with a certain amount of conditioning from their parents, teachers and other authority figures.
Things such as political affiliation, your worldview and your work ethic will be largely the same as what your parent’s were.
You might have to try a few jobs you don’t like and it might be hard for a while, but never settle.