5 Regrets of the Dying...
He explained that during this season people understand that they may not get an immediate response from him. In our fast paced business world, how can that work? Surprisingly it does work. While the concept may seem as radical to you as it does to me, it is possible to stop working all the time, beginning with "baby steps."
Industry motivator Ron Baron talks about this in a short video: Don't Work Next Thursday Afternoon. This concept will be explored further with practical application on our 4-night Motivational Cruise to the Bahamas in September. For less than $80.00 a day including port taxes, you can enjoy great food, Las Vegas-style entertainment, and life changing education. Click here for more information. If you act now, you will get a $25.00 on-board credit. Time away on a cruise ship will do wonders to help you relax!
This is an important topic. As part of our new SuccessTracks program, we are introducing an ongoing series of online events, sharing personal development strategies that will have a positive impact on your personal and professional life. Our first Life Changing Conversation on Topics that Matter features guest contributor Rod Brown.
Rod will share from Guemes Island in Washington State. Ron Baron and myself will be your hosts for this event. All participants will receive a stress-relieving tool and sample kit from Magna-Tel.
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In a recent conversation with Rod, he brought up a story he read on people's regrets prior to dying. With the help of Google I tracked down the article.
Bronnie Ware is an Australian nurse who spent several years working in palliative care, caring for patients in the last 12 weeks of their lives. She recorded their dying epiphanies in a blog called Inspiration and Chai. In this article, 5 Regrets of the Dying she reveals the most common regrets we have at the end of our lives.