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If You Could What Advice Would You Give Your Younger Self?

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If you could go back in time and write a note to your younger self, what would you write? But let’s make it interesting – you can only use two words.

That’s the question I recently posted on my Facebook page. Following are some of the responses I’ve received so far:

  • Rob Swenson – Computers computers
  • Mike Erb – Enter college
  • Mark T. Sternhagen – Get vaccinated
  • Sarah Anschutz – Buy Microsoft
  • Shelley Lynn – Have fun
  • Jason Rygg – Stop worrying
  • Deb McDonald – Life’s short
  • Sherri Buresh Johnson – Stop worrying
  • Jeff Vostad – RE – LAX
  • Korrine Jones – Start retirement
  • Trent Rentsch – Be afraid
  • Dave Degner – Not her
  • Gloria Kannas – Enjoy life
  • Gwen Nelson Smith – Love more
  • Sue Vanzo – Go easy
  • Patty Wheeler – Hang on
  • Penny Karrer – Stay single
  • Sandy Bolt – Be Patient
  • Sara Dye – Go big
  • Tiffany Wilber – I don’t
  • Karla Stearns Willson – Do over
  • Carol Prouty – Thanks parents.
  • Joel Fluth Buy Microsoft
  • Theresa Kenyon – Always pray
  • Lyn Roetzel – Take chances
  • Dan Varns – Don’t marry
  • Daniel Lund – Slow down
  • Karen Tellinghuisen – Love life
  • Roger Nolan – Wasn’t me
  • Susan Fantle – Pay attention
  • Kathleen Nelson – Be still
  • Bill Rikkers Buy Microsoft
  • Jerry Berg – Go big
  • Dallas Wayne Dobbins – Chase beauty
  • Reed Uthe – Technology investments
  • Scot Uthe – Get serious
  • Tiffany Hohwieler Evans – You’re enough
  • Louis Hentges – Another beer
  • Greg Kludt – Apple IPO
  • James Mulhair – Have faith
  • Lisa Teachout Be stronger
  • Lynette Ustad Hofer – Love yourself
  • Kim Bartling – Be still
  • Howard Persing – Hang on
  • Mary Rink – Forgive yourself
  • Gavin Wigg – Invest Amazon
  • Michael Collins – Buy Microsoft.
  • Myron Persing – Have fun
  • Gail Andera Be patient!
  • Barbara Smither – Don’t spend
  • Kimberly Kremlacek – Be yourself
  • Deb Wendt Klebanoff – Do it

As  you can see, a lot of good advice – for the most part. There are a few that have me scratching my head like “wasn’t me,” “get vaccinated, or “I don’t.”

If you would like to join in on the survey (and the fun), here’s a link to my Facebook page.

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