Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.
So throw off the bowlines.
Sail away from the safe harbour.
Catch the trade winds in your sails.
Explore. Dream. Discover.
This is a quote that I’ve read from this book called Life’s 100 Great Quotes, printed by Great Eastern. My friend Alan gave me the book a few months ago, and I got another one when I went for the Entrepreneur Internship Program. I find that it is quite meaningful.
I’ve always looked back and regretted on the actions I have done, why I did something when I could have just did it another way. On hindsight, everyone’s a genius. However 20 years ago I didn’t have anything I could regret since I was only 2. But I feel that the quote is meaningful, because what I didn’t do now, would potentially make me regret because I could have done it and my life could have changed. (Like why didn’t I talk to the mrt girl who was looking at me. Lol. It’s a joke)
But seriously, why not take a moment to reflect on your life and think about what you want in life? Set a 90 day goal for yourself. Do something you won’t dare to do. Take some calculated risks. Go for a course you were feeling apprehensive about. Sometimes it invigorates you. 🙂