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“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.” — Socrates

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We all want to discover and pursue our true passions in life. In a now-famous post by former palliative care nurse, Bronnie Ware, the number one regret of the dying was that they had not lived lives that were ultimately true to themselves.

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Nick Wolny

Nick Wolny

Senior Editor, NextAdvisor/TIME. VIP Contributor @ Entrepreneur, Fast Company. Research-minded content on behavior, media, & online business.

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