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Risk, Regret or Run!

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If we agree that safety’s an illusion, or if we crave a challenge here and there to expand the stuff we’re made of, we’ll not take risks lightly. If we lack awareness of our brain’s wheelhouse for making life-changing risks however, we’ll sense danger lurking, and may miss its handmaiden… Read more »

Move Past Regret by Doing its Opposite

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Asked what they most regretted, retirees named lack of preparation for retirement. You? People who regret  missed chances from past, also tended to focus less on present prospects. No wonder lamenters continue to miss out daily. New studies show that older folks should let go of regret faster, with some… Read more »