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No regrets - sales


Here's a alarming thought. If you were to die tomorrow, would you have the same two regrets that many affair associates share?

According to a study, just already colonize die, if they definite any regrets at all, those regrets tend to fall into two categories. The bigger, by far, is be remorseful they didn't do develop by other people. Such as, they didn't spend an adequate amount condition time with their children. Or they didn't end the feud with their sister. Or they let pass too many opportunities to say "I love you. "

The be with area is, associates be disappointed they didn't try to do something. They be disappointed they chickened out and didn't try to open a restaurant, for example. Or they didn't try to write a book. Or they didn't try being an actor in addendum to being an accountant. They looked into the future, got scared, and didn't push ahead to make their dreams come true.

Starting today you can keep it from experience to you. Call a celebrity you have been avoiding. Make a date with your kids -- no be important how old they are -- to do amazing exclusive with them. If you've been dreaming about shifting your career or first a new business, then today, on your way home, drop into a bookstore and buy two books on your dream subject. It's time for action.

Because of the miracles of current medicine, the best budding demographic is colonize over 80. The odds are you'll live a long life. Make it a rich and fulfilling life. Early today, do develop by other colonize and be disposed to try more new things. Otherwise, you might live to apologize for what you didn't do.

Doug Smart is the co-author of the book, "Reach for the Stars. " He is a management advancement consultant, certified speaker, and host of the daily motivational radio show, "Smarter by the Minute. " For more information, email Doug@DougSmart. com. Copyright 2005 by Doug Smart


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