How to Spot a Common Mental Error That Leads to Misguided Thinking
James Clear

Great piece. I think the same ideas would apply to regrets. We recall (and feel badly about) distinct choices that didn’t turn out so well when we look back. We don’t have the same process of recalling successes – choices that turned out very well. Thus it’s hard to get a balanced view of ourselves or the measure of our lives. And hard to distill the principles or inclinations that lead in the direction of good outcomes/success. We shouldn’t learn only from our mistakes…

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