If you’re working for the man, it’s just a matter of time before you lose your job.
You probably won’t make as much money as your parents.
You probably drive a worse car every time you get a new one. Once upon a time you could afford a Volvo, now you drive a Camry.
People are dying to tell you their story. Ask them questions. They’ll tell you everything.
You’ll become more comfortable in your own skin.
You’ll be happier.
You’ll stop doing things you don’t want to do. Actually, this happens not long after you move out of your parents’ house.
You’ll stop being fascinated by that which consumed you previously. Sports may become meaningless.
You won’t know who the people they’re talking about in “People” and the rest of the gossip rags are, and you won’t care.
You’ll realize no one leaves their mark, except for a few people who didn’t know they were doing so, so it’s a futile pursuit.
Wrinkles only bother those who have them. Beauty changes when we get older. We’re looking for a glint in the eye, a sense of satisfaction and adventure.
If you’re up for anything, we’re attracted to you.
No one can keep a secret.
There are truly rich people and chances are you’re not one of them. Unless you’ve got a friend, you’ll rarely get the best seat, you’ll rarely get preferential treatment. You don’t want to see yourself as one of the unwashed masses, but you are.
You don’t want to be President.
Life is topsy-turvy, just because someone’s successful today, that does not mean they will be so tomorrow.
Even the best and the brightest have kids who screw up.
Not everybody has to go to college to be successful, although this is impossible for parents to accept when their children drop out.