Most Innovative Companies 2014


Looking Back to Look Forward

To help you explore your options, I recommend the technique of looking back to look forward.

Studies on regret show that, when people in their 70s and 80s look back on their life, they often regret things they didn’t do (like never learning to salsa dance or playing a musical instrument) rather than mistakes they made or ventures that failed. You can use a little mental time travel to think about what you might regret.

This perspective often helps bring to light other dreams that you can pursue as you move forward.

Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor‘s insight:

The office can be an overwhelming and tricky landscape. The office can be an overwhelming and tricky landscape. To help you navigate the often uncertain terrain of work-life, we’ve tapped a panel of experts to answer your trickiest questions.

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