Decisions

DAD: Regret comes in two forms: regretting doing something you wish you hadn’t done, and regretting not doing something you wish you would have done.

DAD: If you commit to too much, you don’t give quality to all of the things you’re committed to.

DAD: Perfectionists are motivated to make the best choice every time. This can lead to decision paralysis.

DAD: When you worry too much, it is easy to mistake your worries for reality, instead of recognizing that they are just thoughts.

DAD: Mistakes are normal. Focus on what you need to do to get better and move on.

DAD: Rest is a necessary ingredient for your mind and body. Rest is not given to us, we have to take it.

DAD: There are more distractions than ever before and you must learn to control your attention span in order to control your life.

DAD: Some of the best things in life happen unexpectedly, and in spite of our failed plans

DAD: Courage has nothing to do with your title or level of expertise. It's an act of humanity, of choosing to take an action that is risky because it demands vulnerability and curiosity.

DAD: Stick to your priorities. Do everything you can to put yourself in a position to focus on those priorities, instead of being pulled by the expectations of others.