‘What could be’ is a much better friend than ‘What could have been.’ It’s not too late to be friends with ‘What could be.’
How to minimize Fear: maximize PREPARATION.
It’s hard to apologize, but harder on you not to. I was wrong. I feel bad about it. I apologize. How can I make it right?
How to be a Master of Choice rather than a slave to anxiety and regret: Choose the Right when a choice is placed before you.
Most things work out in the end if you work on the next one thing to the end. The end (of that one). Next one? Begin.
Pour everything you have into what you love and you’ll never be empty. Do what you love for those you love. Fill ‘er up.
The difference between accepting what you can’t change and giving up? Accepting frees you faster to change what you can. Do it.
A small step forward is a giant leap from backward. Make the leap.
If you could have it, would you take it? Good question. Are you willing to do what it takes to have it? Better one. Answer?
At the crossroads of *Been There/Done That* is a ladder to a great place you’ve never been. Do something different. Climb it.