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Telegram founder Pavel Durov shares ‘3+7’ advice at age 37

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Telegram founder and CEO Pavel Durov seems to know the right way to celebrate his 37th birthday. The founder of the cross-platform cloud-based instant messaging system turned a year older on October 10, and he decided to leave some life lessons for his followers. He chose to do it on Telegram itself. Seeing as he turned 37, he chose to share between three and seven pieces of advice on the messaging platform. He wrote, “As I turn 37, I made a list of 3 undervalued and 7 overvalued things in life.”

Durov gave us three suggestions under the category “undervalued” through his channel on Telegram. His first advice was about sleep. According to Durov, sleep tops the list of things of little value in life. He wrote, “Sleep promotes immunity, creativity and psychological well-being.”

His second point was about nature. It read, “Nature is the environment in which we are biologically designed to feel good.”

Durov’s third and final point under the undervalued category was solitude. According to him, “being alone gives freedom to achieve spiritual and intellectual successes.”

Then, Durov began his list of the more valuable things in life. First on his list were the big cities. “Big cities are sources of pollution, crime and noise,” he wrote, “that they have good access to resources, but living outside their borders is advisable.”

He also talked about the restaurant. He wrote, “Restaurants provide the slowest and least effective way to eat. Cooking at home provides a healthier diet and more control over ingredients.”

The next point was hot weather, “Sunny weather can bring not only a loose attitude, but also the risk of cancer and rapid aging. Colder temperatures, by contrast, clear the soul, body, and mind.” “

Fashion was his fourth point. “The endless quest to keep up with the ever-changing trends is expensive and unnecessary. Focusing on comfortable clothing simplifies life and frees up space for the important things,” she wrote.

Durov also mentioned real estate. The point was, “Buying real estate often limits one’s choices and is a questionable investment. Renting gives more freedom to move and explore different locations.”

He also wrote about social media, “The constant flow of junk from social media to our brains saps our happiness and creativity. Disconnecting from these internet devices is the best thing we can do on any given day.”

Her last point about the more valuable things in life was celebrity advice. He wrote, “Celebrities often give inappropriate advice outside their area of ‚Äč‚Äčexpertise. For all the important things in life, it’s best to rely on hard science and expert opinion.”


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