Regret Inspires Us to Do Better

Choosing not to do something to avoid regret is a mistake. As Karen Schulz tell us, “Regret doesn’t remind us that we did badly. It reminds us that we know we can do better.” As you watch this presentation, I encourage you to think about all you have learned from your actions. To develop into who we want to be we must take action. Enjoy…

“Action is the foundational key to all success.”– Pablo Picasso

“Develop success from failures. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success.” – Dale Carnegie

“Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose.”          – Bill Gates

“Failure is success if we learn from it.” – Malcolm Forbes

“Failure is the key to success; each mistake teaches us something.” – Morihei Ueshib

From FastCompany:


University of California, Davis professor Dean Keith Simonton explains that creative geniuses, from Mozart to Darwin, are prolific when it comes to failure–they just don’t let their fear stop them. Failure is part of the process for these types. Creative people simply do more experiments, so they have more chances to be successful.

Practice Paneugenesis by Creating Interactions so everyone and everything benefits!

Be Well’r,

Craig Becker

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