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Regret Is Useless

And so are time machines.

You would make the same mistakes simply because you’re the same flawed person.

If you could go back in time to change a few things in your life, would you?

Better yet, could you?

It’s easy to think that, with the information we have now, we would have done better…

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I write at the intersection of self-improvement, psychology and leadership development from the perspective of a union steward. | byanthonyboyd.com

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I write at the intersection of self-improvement, psychology and leadership development from the perspective of a union steward. | byanthonyboyd.com

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