We’ve all had this, especially as leaders.
It could have been a poor hiring decision, a project that went sideways, or a missed opportunity.
Regret is defined as pain or distress in the mind at something done or left undone.
It’s interesting that the pain or distress hangs about in our mind.
How can you move on from a regret?
It starts with you. Can you allow yourself to be a “human” leader?
Why did it happen? What was my role in this?
How can I grow as a person in and through this?
You’re only human.
Business Insider | Mathematicians discovered a secret to reducing regret in your life
INC | The Top 5 Things Leaders Regret Most
FastCompany | Three Reasons Why You’ll Probably Regret That Decision Later
CJ | What Your Morning Commute Can Teach You About Work
TED | Daniel Goldstein: The Battle Between Your Present and Future Self
Leading, along the road with you!
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