Life Lessons I Wish I Had Learned Earlier

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Life Lessons I Wish I Had Learned Earlier

This video is very personal, and yet I, Nisandeh, believe... at the same time... the message in it can be very universal.

After achieving everything I wanted in life... those are the life lessons I wish I had learned earlier, the things I wish I knew now that I didn't know then... when I was younger, before starting a business...

I have ZERO regrets... 

But I thought you should know.

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  • Iris Meij says:

    Thank you Nisandeh for the reminder. Your financial freedom lessons are my driving force for years.
    I’ve been able to cut a lot of costs and my mortgage.
    Generating passive income is the next on my list to do.

  • Andrea Cusinello says:

    Hi Nisandeh, thank you for sharing your lesson that reminded me the transformation that took place in me during the Financial Freedom course 4 years ago.

    I renew the goal I’m working on: be Financial Free before 22-11-2021 (my birthday).
    Now I commit to slow down the expenses that in the last year, also because of emotional trouble, become more and less mindful that I was used.

    Hope to see you soon live…

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Eduard. Would love to hear which one of those lessons would you think is worthwhile implementing into YOUR life?

      • Eduard Bosch says:

        Dear Vered,
        I had the chance after both my parents died to pay off my mortgage. Now I am re-evaluating my lifestyle and am grateful for all the info you share with the world. You don’t need to do so, but do so because you both care. That’s priceless.

        • Vered Neta says:

          Thanks Eduard for your sharing and kind and loving words.

  • Monique Oosthoek says:

    Thank you for the video, I’ve moved last year and used that to go thru all things I owned, there’s a lot that I brought to the second hand store, gave away or sold, but I think I’m ready for a next round of checking what I can part within may be barter if I really need something.

    Thank you for the inspiration. Nisandeh talks about a website if I’m not mistaken where you can find places to go where you can offer your skills in exchange for some food and a place to sleep, can you share the url please? Thanks in advance! Much love, Monique

  • David/Avraam Shvarts says:

    One of the best so far. Great!
    New for me bartering sites, principe of bartering not new. Repair and fix more I will take with me.
    Experience is much beter investment then stuff.
    So thank you again.

  • Bert van Oord says:

    I realy believe that everybody makes the best choice at the moment when they make the choice given the circumstances at that moment.
    the rules you mention are based on your experiences looking back.
    the rules for me are educational and maybe changing the actual circumstances so that they might improve my choices.
    I thank you for that

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Bert for your honest and open comment.
      Would be great to hear what is YOUR best lesson, you wished you’ve got earlier?

  • Fix and repair on all levels I find a very good tip.
    As the older generation was doing.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Nadine for this great input. So true our grandparents knew this one so well…

  • I already do a lot of things like that. In bible the max age is 120. Maybe you can improve in Scientology to OT 8. I also like traveling.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Francisco for your interesting observation.
      What in your opinion was the best tip you’ve implemented from these lessons?

  • Titia van der Ploeg says:

    I loved this video.
    And I do think there is so much quality in secondhand furniture for example. Most of the time it’s from outstanding quality, much better than what you can buy new. Sometimes it works the other way around.. I buy stuff to ‘save’ it. I am realising now that I am very good at number two (second hand) of your tips and should take number one (let stuff go) more into account.

    Furthermore I want to stress the importance of your fifth tip: repair and fix both things and relationships.

    Thank you, kind regards from Titia

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Titia for your valuable input to this discussion.

      I totally agree with you that sometime you can find in second-hand shops better quality than in traditional shops.
      Curious to hear what items would you let go of?

  • Hi there,
    Lots of life lessons you shared are implemented already. There is one big wish, and I’m working on it.

    THANKS, ’cause it all started with Open Circles Academy.
    Greetings from Holland.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Jur for the kind words.

      Curious to hear what was the best lesson you implemented into your life

  • Gerdy Heek says:

    I was there at the Ultimate Wealth program (recommended!) and I think I took it pretty much into most areas of my life.

    What I could do more, is having experiences with my kids- as gifts. I still tend to feel guilty sometimes and buy it off with presents. Unnecessary. Gonna stop that now.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Gerdy for your great input.

      Would love to know what experiences would you give your kids as a gift?

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