Friday, October 14, 2016

10 Decisions That You Might Regret

These options can make your entrepreneurial life adventurous, avoid them and leave behind the fear of experiencing new things.

Perspective is a funny thing. If you look forward, the road will seem uncertain and unpredictable future. If you look back you will see that all the points seem to connect, except those that make the decisions and you did not take risks. Here are 10 choices that someday you will regret having taken:

10 Decisions That You Might Regret
1. Choose the pain of regret about discipline. The worst words you can say is: "If I had ..." Think of all the things you would have done but could not.

What did you do instead? Think about that thing you've dreamed of doing since 5 or 10 years ago but you could not and ponders how good you feel if you had achieved.

You starting today, do what you want and in 5 or 10 years when you remember you will not regret. Insurance will be difficult and painful but not so much when you see the past and not know what could have happened.

2. Choose not to be brave. Being brave does not mean you're not afraid, in fact it is the opposite. Courage without thought or meaning is recklessness. The brave people have simply found something that matters more than the fear.

Say you have fear of starting a business, find a reason that motivates you more: create a better future for your family, wanting to make a difference or wait for a more rewarding and fulfilling life. Once you find the great significance, you will also find the courage. Do not see fear as something you should shrink, but something you have to overcome.

3. Choose not say "I will."
Once a boss asked me something that seemed impossible. I said, "Okay, I'll try." He said he did not care, while not resign, it would end. No matter deal, persistence is what really makes a difference.

We often say "I'll try" because that gives us a way out. Our egos and identities are not at risk because in the end only are "trying". When you say "I will" change your perspective. What once seemed insurmountable is not just luck, but the time, effort and persistence. When what you do really matters, do not say "I'll try," say "I will" then you'll want to keep that promise.

4. Choose not to take chances. Perhaps you elaborate the plan never perfect business or find partners or ideal market, but you can find a great time to start, because that moment is now.

The talent, experience and connections are important, but if you strive in all things new, something should work. In addition, after you seize opportunities enough, eventually you will become more skilled and experienced.

5. Choose not move. Familiarity breeds comfort, but this is the enemy of progress. If you have a great opportunity and the only thing holding you back is thought to move, move. If you want to be closer to your family or friends and the only thing stopping you is the idea of ​​moving do it! If you want to be closer to the people who think and act like you do it! Do not worry, you'll soon find new places you can go, you will develop new routines, new friends and have a good outlook on life.

6. Choose not to let things go. Bitterness, resentment and envy are like taking poison and waiting for the other person to die. You are the one who loses. Life is too short to hold grudges. Let go of those feelings and spend your energy on individuals appreciate you love.

7. Choose not apologize. We all make mistakes, so there are things that we must apologize: words, omissions actions, among others. Swallow your fear or pride and ask for forgiveness. After you help the other person get rid of resentment to start again.

8. Choose not to use your backup plans. These can help you sleep better and give you a way out when things get tough. If somehow the worst happens (although the "worst" is never as bad as you think) is confident that find a way to recover. As long as you work hard and learn from your mistakes, you can always.

9. Choose to be proud of. Do not be too proud to admit you made a mistake, not to have big dreams or ask for help from others. Do not be afraid to take a chance and fall down, get up and move on.

10. Choose you do not mind. Rejection, sadness and failure hurt. What can you do? If you decide that you do not mind, you do not get hurt. But then you never get to experience the thrill of the connection, happiness and success.

Choose stay in the game and you care.


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