Not any I DIDN'T get when I was young bud but just some that I give to my boys and to anyone else new.
Don't try to learn TOO much at once. Get good at a couple of things FIRST and then GRADUALLY add stuff. If you try and master too much at once, you will end up costing yourself more than you may want to in both time spent and fish.
When you bump into someone that is catching, don't swarm them. Observe, see what they are doing (if they don't mind) and then, if you wish to try it and have the right stuff, move to a "respectful" distance and do so. Don't just start casting all over a guy just because he is in to fish.
The biggest thing I stress to my sons is that it is all about karma and paying your dues. If you put in the time, effort and sometimes what will seem like work, AND be a good person, help guys you see that need it and treat our oceans and fish with the respect they deserve, she (the ocean) may just reward your time with what you are there for.
Nothing works all the time and fishing is the BEST example I can think of for "sometimes you can do everything right and STILL lose" which means don't get discouraged just because you don't always catch what you are after. I've been fishing the ocean since I was 3 and I'm 48 now and STILL don't catch every time I go so pay your dues, be respectful to the men beside you and do FAR more listening than talking and it'll all come together for you in time.
There are no shortcuts although some of the "muggers" on here will say otherwise.
Welcome to the site bud. There are some very, very good people on here.