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Speech is conveniently located midway between thought and action, where it often substitutes for both.
-- John Andrew Holmes
 

 

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Positive use of regrets

You can’t eliminate regrets for mistakes you’ve made in the past. However, you can make positive use of those regrets.

You can learn much from your regrets. You can harness their power to keep you focused and disciplined as you move forward.

Regrets exude great quantities of negative energy. You have the opportunity to point that energy in positive, productive directions.

You made a mistake last time. Let your regrets constantly remind you to do much better next time.

You are allowed to learn from your mistakes. Position your regrets where they will encourage you into vastly improved performance.

Regrets present you with compelling truths that are impossible to deny or ignore. Utilize those truths to create new achievement and fulfillment.

— Ralph Marston

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