Understanding how it works and how to use it may be the key to living a life of no regrets
Regret may be our most misunderstood — and yet also our most valuable — emotion. In his bestselling book, The Power of Regret, Daniel H. Pink explores how we can tap into its power and wisdom and use it to help us live differently, and better, from this day forward.
I’ve written a complete breakdown of the book (about 10,800 words) covering all the Key Ideas, Book Notes, Action Steps, and more.
It’s also free, by the way.
It’ll only take you about 41 minutes to read the whole thing, and in it, you’ll learn about how to think differently about regret and transform it to help you approach the rest of your life more positively from now on.
Virtually everyone has at least a few regrets about how they’ve lived their lives so far, but your past doesn’t have to define your future.
You can read the full breakdown here, but I’ll give you a little preview in this article so you can decide whether to check out the full one later.
Again, totally free.
I should actually say “free for right NOW,” because it’s going back behind the paywall very shortly.
Then it’s just for members only at the Stairway to Wisdom.
Alright now, let’s learn how to apply…
This Book is For:
*Everyone who is interested in learning how to utilize our most misunderstood emotion both to make better decisions in the future and to tell ourselves a different story about our past.
*People who are curious about how the human mind can somehow take the pain of regret and turn it into the balm of wisdom.
*Individuals who tend to be overly self-critical or engage in unhealthy rumination, and who want to be set free by learning how to process regret and turn it to our advantage.
*Anyone who has ever been stung by regrets large or small, and has ever sat awake at night wondering what might…