10 Regrets Too Many People Will Have in 10 Years

Discipline weighs ounces. Regret weighs TONS.

If you don’t take action in life then ironically you are making a “hidden choice” for precisely the outcome you DONT want.

Oh the irony.

Not taking action, not confronting fears and not doing the things you know you should be doing are the recipe for regret.

This post from Marc and Angel looks at 10 common regrets you might face. Take heed and take action.

I’ve just made a fundamental change in my life an confronted my biggest fear so this resonates:

  1. Letting uncertainty paralyze you. — Trust me now and thank me later, embrace uncertainty!  Because some of the most incredible chapters of your life won’t have a title you feel comfortable with until much later.  Living is risky business.  Every decision, every interaction, every step, every time you get out of bed in the morning, you take a small, uncertain risk.  To truly live is to know you’re getting up and taking that risk, and to trust yourself to take it.  If you don’t—if you let uncertainty win—you will never know anything for sure, and in many ways this unknowing will be worse than finding out your hunch was wrong.  Because if you were wrong, you could make adjustments and carry on with your life without ever looking back and wondering what might have been.  Remember this, and find the courage you need!  You don’t need guarantees 24/7.  That’s not how life works.  In life you can be comfortable or courageous, but not both at once.

Full post here.