We all have regrets in life, but none of us want to have more of them. While the sources of our individual regrets are unique to each of us, Marc Muchnick has discovered that there are some common themes: we get stuck in ruts and lose perspective, hanging on to bad jobs, bad relationships, and bad habits; we fail to appreciate how little time we have on this Earth and take people and things for granted; we live without authenticity, sticking to the status quo and losing sight of our dreams; we stop evolving, becoming trapped in our fear of failure and rejection: and we become overly self-absorbed and judgmental, growing insensitive to others. Each of the “30 Ways” falls into one of five overarching strategies for avoiding these sources of regrets: Gain a Fresh Perspective Cherish Each Day Follow your Heart Stretch Yourself Be the Force of Goodness The book is written in a "pick-your-style" format you can dip in at any point and...

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