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Life has high points and low points, and navigating those changes can be difficult.
The late investment banker Richard Jenrette left behind a list of all the things he learned, in the hope that it can help those who need it.
Jenrette spent over forty years working in Wall Street, and died at the age of 89 due to complications from cancer.
But before he died, he left a hand-written list of rules he advised people to follow if they wanted to succeed in life.
The list was titled ‘What I learned’ and was shared at a Sunday memorial service in Charleston South Carolina, according to Bloomberg, who had access to the letter,
Here’s the list, which has been edited for clarity: