Epic Life Planning

“I love my life. I regret my life. The lines eventually blur and… it’s just my life.” — Tobi Powell, played by Patrick Stewart in the movie Match (2014)

We live in the gray, and that should be ok. The idea that our life will be perfect is a fantasy and something we envy in the movies. The notion that we should live every moment with no regrets would probably lead us to a place in life with no retirement savings, and a kid in every state (if you’re a guy)!

To be honest, the feeling of being stuck in life because the dreams we had never came true is an excuse for not

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Johnny T. Nguyen

Johnny T. Nguyen

I write about the adventure of positivity & productivity. 🔅 Over 25k people read my newsletter. 🔅 Wake up before 6 AM & crush it. 🔅 www.theventureout.com

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