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Add These Five Commands to the Top of Your To-Do List, Avoid the Most Common Deathbed Regrets [To-do Lists]

Palliative care nurse Bronnie Ware published a list of the five most common regrets of dying patients in her care. Blogger, developer, and entrepreneur Paul Graham took the list to heart, adding the following five commands to the top of his to-do list: More »
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