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"Did you make a bad decision? Most people would say so."

Would *most* people really think that you had made a bad decision?

Perhaps most readers of this blog wouldn't have done.

This post is simple yet the lesson that you will get with that short situation is very nice. For me, the lesson in here is not to live with regrets and don't blame others for making a bad decision. Actually, even if thousands of people tell you that it wrong to choose box B. and your feeling is on Box A. You choose box B because that what others tells you. Then you realize its the Box A. Then you blame others..For what?


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Don't worry too much about the ambiguous future, just make effort for explicit being present.Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well.

Time management is really a misnomer - the challenge is not to manage time, but to manage ourselves.A good plan today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow.

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