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If you could give one piece of advice to your younger self, what would it be?

My advice to my younger self would be to not be so arrogant and to trust myself more, but also to take criticism and check my answers when I'm not sure.
Transcript: "If you could give one piece of advice to your younger self, what would it be? Two-fold. It wouldn't be just one piece, it'd be two-fold. It'd be, A, don't be such a dick. You don't know as much as what you think you currently do and there will come a time when you're able to look back on yourself and go, yeah, well, you were wrong about that, weren't you? In the same breath, I would say, try to be as sure of yourself as what you possibly can because you're gonna be right more often than you're wrong and there's gonna be a lot of people that try to convince you that they're wrong for their very own reasons and their very own agenda that has nothing to do with your benefit, either personal, financial, spiritual, etc. And so therefore you're gonna have to stick to your own road while kind of killing your ego back just a little bit. Let that ego die just a little bit and just be sure of yourself and when you're not sure yourself, be able to check your answers and take some criticism from time to time because it's important and it's valid, even from those that you may not otherwise think it might be valid from. Those are really the two biggest pieces of advice that I'd ever be able to go back in time and give to myself that I think would help me out a little bit with my career. Otherwise, I'm pretty happy with how everything has worked out for me in the world of distillation. I can't complain. I'm still here, still running the stills, and I'm still getting a paycheck."