People tend to cling to memories of the past as they become older or even as they experience success at a younger age.
Memories are made of successes and while they feel good to reflect on, they feel even better in real time going forward.
Do, don’t stew.
Start something new — don’t just review past successes.
Engage someone new – a person you don’t normally contact, spend time with or have a dialogue with. Start one. One new outreach a day, brings 365 potential people some of whom can enrich your life (and you theirs). It only takes one.
Life is like a concert.
We enjoy songs from the past but we also appreciate brand new lyrics and beats – preferably together in a nice balance.
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