Eight Reasons Why Having No Regrets is Regrettable

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In my post-Olympics withdrawals I got to thinking about this phrase, "no regrets." I suppose I heard it during the 17 days of festivities. Maybe I saw it somewhere else. Doesn't matter.

I posted some reflections on the topic on our website, www.PrepareForRain.com, which was built for us by Missy Stauffer and Anna Cook, of iSimplify. That's the same team that works with Dan Miller on this site. I met Missy last year when I came out for 48Days' Spring 2011 WTTB. Met some great people. Received great guidance. Learned loads of immediately actionable steps. Went home and got busy. Our website is one of the projects that grew out of our visit to Franklin, TN. Another was getting published last year. A third was helping my wife get two albums produced.

At the risk of presumption, I believe that all of us here are engaged in making more of our lives than whatever status quo it was we had before bumping into Dan and 48Days. Yet, there is no reason to live in such a way that we have no regrets. If we do, we missed something along the way. Something important.



If you'd like to read the full post, click here: http://www.prepareforrain.com/2012/08/13/no-regrets-eig…is-regrettable

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