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When choosing to quit (or do nothing) leads to regret

Have you ever felt regret about something you didn’t do? Most of us have some nagging memory of a time when we didn’t take action. We let opportunity slip by. In hindsight, we see that if we would have taken action and failed, it would have been better than not taking action at all -- because without action we only have “what if” to plague our minds...
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