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Five Regrets of The Dying: Marie Forleo & Bronnie Ware

February 16, 2016

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For as long as I can remember, I’ve had an acute recognition of the relative shortness of our lives. It might have to do with my obsession with Zombie movies (I’ve loved them and watched them since I was a kid!), or perhaps it’s something a bit more primal.

I believe it’s wise for all of us to remember, and keep consistently in the forefront of our minds, that time is the most precious, non-renewable resource we have.

We’re all on the same train, heading to the same destination — death. We don’t know when our stop will come, but we do know this ride won’t last forever.

That’s why I’m going to declare: no matter who you are or what age you’re at right now, this episode of MarieTV is a must watch.

Your future self will thank you for it.

Your kids, your parents, your loved ones, and your pets will thank you for it.

Don’t save it or archive it or skip it.

Because it conveys a few simple ideas that’ll really make a difference in the quality of your life now, and down the road. Profound and important lessons that few people really “get” until it’s too late.

Side note: I’m so, so honored that Bronnie is one of our beloved B-School graduates. Not a day goes by that I’m not floored and in awe of the brilliance that exists in our community. Rock on Bronnie!

Once you’ve had a chance to watch, I’d love to know…

What’s the single most important change you can make right now to live fully, with no regrets?

Leave a comment below and let us know.

Share as much detail as you can, because thousands of incredible souls come here each week for insight and inspiration and your story may give someone else exactly what they need to live more fully, now.

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Because when it comes time for each of us to hop off that train, my wish for you is to smile with your whole heart, wink and say, “I’m ready for my next adventure, because this was such a damn good ride.”

With so much love,


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