How to live life with no regrets in 10 Steps

How to live life with no regrets in 10 Steps

Get access to 90% of my most successful business hacks

Here is a list of things you can do to practice living life with no regrets:

1. Realize that it’s okay to make mistakes. Just make sure to learn from them, forgive yourself, and move on.

2. Make your health and wellness a top priority and always take care of yourself so you’re ready to take care of others.

3. Follow your own path, not one that others want you to follow.

4. Find the humor in life and laugh like there is no tomorrow.

5. Relax and move with the flow of life by being unafraid of change.

6. Be adventurous by trying new things and taking more risks.

7. Have more intellectual curiosity and embrace creativity.

8. Try to find happiness with as many different people as you can.

9. Think for yourself instead of letting other people’s opinions influence you too much.

10. Try not to judge people before you get to know them.

11. Be thankful for what you have now instead of thinking about what you don’t have.

12. Wish well upon everyone equally and try to admire without envy.

13. Share your happiness with others instead of hoarding it all for yourself.

14. Don’t try to change someone—love who they are now.

15. Enjoy the journey, not just the destination.

16. Know that happiness is bigger than any bank account.

17. Control negative thoughts so that they don’t contribute to the outcome of your life.

18. Use your energy wisely because spending energy complaining, worrying, or being impatient is just wasted energy.

19. Be bold. Find the courage to change things that should be changed and accept that there are some things that cannot be changed.

20. Love your work. If you don’t currently love what you do, figure out what you would love and take the first step toward that life.

21. Turn your discontent into a mystery and enjoy trying to solve it.

22. Face problems from different angles in order to find solutions.

23. Gain independence by realizing that on this earth we are all dependent upon each other.

24. Change your perspective by taking on a wider view of things.

25. Don’t waste time trying to bring disagreeable people around to liking you.

26. Become the person you would like to spend the rest of your life with.

27. Be honest with yourself and others by saying what you mean and meaning what you say.

28. Treat people with respect and compassion.

29. Live in the now by loving the present and being aware of your thoughts and actions. Think happy thoughts and speak powerful words.

30. Try not to put things off until later.

31. Never hold grudges.

32. Face your fears head on and try to do the things that you think you cannot do.

33. Spend time with people who make you happy while also not depending on other people for your own happiness.

34. Stand up for yourself and others and don’t let anyone or anything hold you back.

35. Be yourself and love who you are now.

36. Be a participant in life rather than an observer.

37. Do the things that you love to do as much as you can.

38. Write out a list of goals and achieve them by doing them step by step. Don’t give up when things get difficult.

39. Do something every day that makes you feel proud of yourself—commit random acts of kindness whenever you get the chance.

40. And always keep on moving forward.

Like us me



31 thoughts on “How to live life with no regrets in 10 Steps”

  1. You said "No Physical Hell"… Sorry Wrong. There is a Hell, one we have been lied about. A place people go to all the time, whoops that's their JOB. Seriously there is a "Physical Hell" it's for fked up people yet it's just not forever and people torture themselves for what they've done, timeframes depends on how long it takes for them to forgive themselves . Peace

  2. whenever I feel fear, I tend to realize that Ive been places most people with wealth wouldn't ever go. Places sometimes not accessible to law. fear is nothing until the event happens in real life. grasp Love and you really don't have to fear nothing.

  3. hiya guys. great video.

    I flexed my courage muscle a lot in my early 20s but that was after I'd come to terms with all the stuff I wasn't going to have. I grew up on a farm, didn't have any friends no girlfriend no money no dreams didn't have a dream job or something I wanted in the future so I was just left with me and felt I just wasn't gonna get what everyone else was going for. I guess in my mind I did that future outcome preparation thing, imagined not having those things and went hey ok I can't have less then I have now so fuck it I don't need em.

    anyway about 23 my not wanting anything for myself style of living started to get noticed by people in society and I became I think a huge asset to other peoples well being. my sense of self after experiencing this for a couple of weeks seemed to have made a shift from "self" centred to other centred. my amygdala basically turned off, I experienced life as if I was invisible to myself, I was pure action, pure love, 0 hesitation which allowed me to be always compassionate, extremely energy efficient, it was almost spiritual in nature. though I was the only one who was with me and seeing what I could do I'm sure people would have thought this guy is super human I could do incredible things because my awareness was so deep in the moment that I live 2 and a half days in one. my energy so efficient I may be overestimatibg here but I was faster then Olympians, could run 12km almost flat out hills and everything and not even be puffed, I could dance while holding 12kg of weight in my hands and they felt like 3 kg. I could go all day doing anything and I only needed 20 seconds max break and it was like a reset. anyway that's my regret.

    psychiatry which I believe is a pseudoscience cult from the darkages thought its better to not have people who have become harmonious with themselves and the universe walking around and they forcedtricked me into taking meds. man i feel like a ruined man now. suffering 24/7 no energy, labotamised, my amygdala has me in a cell, but it doesn't give me a break its like I have almost no will of my own my mind calls all the shots and I can't go anywhere without getting negative associations everywhere I go.

    I fully understand that the past is gone, I no I'm safe now but I never feel present, its like the meds sealed me away and put me under lock and key. even tho I never wanted anything for me, even though there is no me as far as I'm concerned the pain is so great emotionally and because I'm blind to the objective world coz my awareness is so low I'm scared and skeptical all the time.

    if u could take a second to share any other awesome tips like over riding fear and future preparation I still may be able to come back from this but I want to actively try but I'm locked in a fear lock of regret and fear. thankyou brothers for all that ur doin, we needs some truth to counteract the bs that society is spreading

  4. Everyday in the Army I live with the regret of enlisting instead of commissioning even though I already had a bachelor's. I will be 30 in a month and my contract ends shortly afterwards. I could go right back in and shoot for officer's school but, I'm tired of this crap – I want to live life on my own terms; I won't drink the Kool Aid. But I wonder, would I feel this way had I become an officer instead?
    Anyways thanks for sharing this wisdom. It gives me a bit more clarity for die and hopefully for the future.

  5. i watch your video because i am feeling regrets. i am today 26 and i am a good looking woman. i had a complicated life but i am successful. i used to not be enough confident and i didnt get dressed or show myself. when i see pictures i regret i think i was so beautiful !! now its time to enjoy but i lost so many years. i am french so maybe my english is not always correct. what do you think about this feeling how to get rid of it ? thanks you

  6. I tell people that wrestle with regret in their heart to look at a picture of themselves as a kid and say "I'm sorry" Say I'm sorry to that kid that wanted to be someone and it's you who let them down. If you want to know what the feeling of pain in your heart and mind is. It's that kid that you let down so long ago. So as you say Wake The F/*- Up and do something about it. Start remembering what you wanted to do with your life and take the necessary little steps to get yourself back on track. Don't dive in full force because you will give up right away and slide all they way down into deeper regret and sorrow. So pick yourself up, start slow but always move forward and don't look back. You can do it.

  7. Amazing video Ameer! Yesterday I went to my local Toastmasters club after watching this video and lemme tell you it was the wisest choice I made in a long time. I made quality friends there. This video gave me the courage to act. I've understood the repercussions of inaction is far superior than repercussions of action

  8. I'm 41 female who will be leaving the Boston area to relocate to Florida in the next few months all by myself. I have fear of finding a job and making new friends , however if I don't go and stay here, I know I will have even bigger regret not doing something I've always dreamed about doing

  9. I loved that video! Thank you so much for posting! But in my mind I immediately had a question for you Ameer, since I've been watching you for very long time… Why when it comes to nutrition you always suggest to give up all the bad foods at once? As you mentioned in the video it is easier to go one step at a time and then you are less likely to fail. I've tried to eat super clean but a couple weeks later i would give up…then start again…then give up…For the past months I was eliminating one or two foods at a time and now my eating habits are much better, but some times I might eat something that is forbidden during weight loss. But this way I stopped beating myself up and I am more confident about my new habits and I know that I won't go back. This smooth transition was better for me. Do you believe that in nutrition it is better to give up sugar/dairy/etc at once? Thank you for you patience and the time you took to read it. Have a beautiful day 🙂

  10. first of all thanks for this video . I thinks this is for me ya, i can say i m suffering from this fear since 4 years and finding way to overcome from this ,the problem is i am trying and committing for my goal but it is not working for long term its working only for short term my committment is not so much strong and i regret for it becoz i lose many good opportunities of my life and still trying to overcome from this fear and negativity .. It can be help me 🙂 thank you for this video 🙂

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *