When you read the regrets people have before they die, it will change the way you live – join me here today
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Excerpt from an article from entrepreneur:
Before you judge yourself — or someone else — on what didn’t get done today, reflect on the bigger picture. Take a moment, maybe even close your eyes, to reflect on what you’re working on and why it’s important to you to get it done. Then, read on.
“I wish I had worked more,” said no one on their deathbed.
I know it’s hard to think about a time that (hopefully) is a long time away from today. No one wants to think about dying! So back it up a bit. Open your calendar, and fast-forward 90 days. Ask yourself this question, “What will I wish I had spent a little more time on?” That question will get you thinking – reflecting, really — on where you need to spend a little more time tonight!
Regret takes a toll on us. Not just our hearts but on our souls. When we let people down, when we do the bare minimum when we know we should have given it our all or when we simply just didn’t show up, emotionally or physically, they take a toll. Some regrets we can move past in a moment, others linger for a lifetime.
Inspired by The Guardian “Top five regrets of the dying.”
Credit to Jay Shetty for his amazing work! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymjB4t5E_cg