Inspiring my children to succeed means moving beyond my own failures.
Regrets and reframes.
One of the hardest things to do is look at your life and decide that things need to change.
In order to connect with others, you must first connect with yourself. Out of that connection, what’s true for you will naturally evolve. Your life…no regrets.
We asked three centenarians what their most valuable life lessons were, and also their regrets.
Changing one day in my past would make my whole life unrecognizable.
It’s a life long process and not an easy one, but it’s worth the hard work to know you’ve lived a happy life and not just existed. So figure out what will help you do that and you won’t regret it.
What parts of the tape of your life would you edit out or record over?
Are you a man who is part of a forever family?
What advice would you share, what stories would you tell?
Will you regret those things not said or done?
No matter what kind of a dad we were in the past we can choose to be great starting right now…
Hindsight is 20/20, but if you could go back in time and change events in your life—would you?
Here’s how you can turn approach anxiety into reach out success minus the cold sweats and furtive glances…
Lessons, big and small, David Soto wishes he could impart on his younger self.