Awww I wish I’d done that!
When it comes to looking at what others have achieved this world is divided into those who look at others enviously and those who look at others as a motivational tool…
There are three types of “I wish Id done that scenarios” (okay maybe more than three, but I’m limited on time here, be gentle)
The first is when you feel you missed an opportunity or missed out on something!
The second is when you see someone who’s done something great and you wish it was you!
The third is the hangers on, the ones who feel that they didn’t get any chances, lucky breaks or opportunities. That life has dealt them a rough hand and they coulda been a contender if only…
Unfortunately for the third group, even if lady luck herself had bitten them on the bum they would have missed it!
Regrets and “if onlys” can be very powerful if you choose to use them going forward!
If you find yourself saying “I wish Id done that/seen that/thought that/been there/experienced that/met them” … you need to follow up that sentence with the words “and now I will/can”
Obviously if your regret is that you didn’t win the Olympic gold medal for long distance archery, because you were afraid to try…
However, realistically you were born with t-rex length arms…its possibly never going to happen (that one personally hits home, ouch, I’m feeling it)
But what you can do is resolve to do those things you really want to achieve!
Don’t let another 10, 20 years pass by without at least attempting the things you regret!
Resolve to not let anymore opportunities pass you by!
Resolve to allow others successes to inspire and motivate you!
You’ve got this tiger! Get out there! No more regrets (or regerts…depending on your tattooist)
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We can’t solve the problem of today by using the same thinking as when we created them – Albert Einstein
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Never, Never, Never Give Up! – Winston Churchill