Jack Ma’s Advice on What to Do for Different Life Stages

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All Time Sleeping Average: (Target) 7h30m / day (Actual) 7h33m / day (139 night average)

3 Day Sleeping Average: (Target) 7+h / day (Actual) 8h19m / day (7h57m, 7h51m, 9h09m)

This interview excerpt from Jack Ma really made think.

“Before 30 years old, follow somebody… before 30 years old, it’s not which company you go, it’s which boss you follow, it’s very important… From 30 to 40 years old… you’re working for yourself if you really want to be an entrepreneur… If you’re 40 to 50 years old, you have to do all the things that you are good at, don’t try to jump into a new area, it’s too late, you maybe successful but the rate of dying is too big. When you are 50 to 60 years old, work for the young people, because young people can do better than you, so rely on them, invest on them, making sure they’re good. So when you are 60 years old, spend time for yourself, on the beach, sunshine (laughter) it’s too late for you to change normally”.

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