10 Life Lessons You Get From Going To Starbucks

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10 Valuable Life Lessons You Get From Going To Starbucks

1. He/she who hesitates is lost. If you don’t have a game plan upon entering Starbucks, any time spend deliberating can take away the very opportunities you were trying to choose between. Take the cushiony seat or the wooden one next to an outlet? Do I want to be comfy or do I want to have an outlet so I can charge my laptop? Do I sit before or after I drink? You wait and suddenly all of the seats are occupied or a massive line has developed and you’re standing there like a thumb twiddling, frap-less freak.

2. Don’t judge a person by a brief observation. A few times I’ve been behind customers who order something incredibly specific with ridiculous instructions and details, so I assumed that they were horrible people, glaring at the back of their head with disdain. Shortly thereafter they struck up a conversation and turned…

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