Everyone has regrets – it’s a part of being human. But some regrets can be profound and all-consuming if we allow them.
The New York Times #1 bestselling author Daniel Pink thinks we should not wallow in our regrets for far too long and wants us to reimagine our approach to what he believes is our most misunderstood emotion. His brand-new book, The Power of Regret, draws on research in psychology, neuroscience, economics, and biology to question many basic assumptions about regret. He also uses data from the largest survey of American attitudes about regret in history, as well as his own World Regret Survey, which has collected regrets from more than 16,000 people globally to further understand how regret is experienced around the world and what it all means.
In this session, Pink will explain how to take regret from a place of negativity to one of possibility and how we can harness its power to transform our lives. He will share the four core regrets that people experience across cultures, in addition to the three-step, science-based process to use these regrets to make smarter decisions, perform better at work, and increase our overall feelings of happiness and intention.
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