In 2011, Bronnie Ware, an Australian nurse who spent several years working in palliative care, caring for patients in the last 12 weeks of their lives, wrote a book titled, The Top Five Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing. (Full disclosure: I've not read this book yet.)
When's the last time you stopped long enough to think about the regrets you have?
Have you ever stopped to think about regrets...period? (You should.)
Here's the thing: days turn into weeks which turn into months which turn into years which result in a lifetime.
There is nothing positive or encouraging about regrets.
But, sadly, because you don't take time to think about regrets, you're probably going to have a lot of regrets later in life.
Before I go on, let me define regret for you: "feel sad, repentant, or disappointed (over something that has happened or been done, especially a loss or missed opportunity)."
How to say no to regrets
There's a simple...
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