Tereza Nemessanyi: “No battle plan survives contact with the enemy”

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Everyone should create friendships with two people outside your age range. Someone younger, someone older. These two people don’t have to be the same two people over a long period of time. You can switch them up. But at a minimum I speak with a younger and an older every month. Keeps me remembering who I am, where I’ve been, and where I’m going. With the younger, offer to listen, a sounding board, and possibly mentorship. You can make a huge difference by sharing experience which to you seems obvious — and you’ll walk away energized, and also, having learned

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