While I’ve been on my personal development and entrepreneurial journey it’s even more apparent to me that regrets are poison. And, it blows up mind how many will probably end up another I should’ve, I could’ve, and I wish I had type of person
In this episode of The RealTalk Experience I explain why I believe regrets to be poison, how to move forward without having any more regrets and how to start being more open to new opportunities. I also explain why I believe the hardest thing to do is to start and how this can lead to regrets further down the line.
Don’t be another I should’ve, I could’ve, I wish I had type of person. Watch (or listen) to this episode of The RealTalk Experience then go and take action and pursue your goals and dreams.
- Regrets are poison. Do you want to live a life full of regrets? I guess not. Start to take action in the direction you want to go today.
- How not to become another I should’ve type of person and start taking the opportunities that are being presented to you.
- You have an idea? Want to pursue something new? I believe the hardest thing to do is to start something new and that’s why most people don’t. Learn how to break this so you don’t have regrets later down the road.
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