Over the years, I’ve done plenty of things for the wrong reasons.
For the money, for the resume, for the attention, for the approval, for the applause, for the footage, for the material, for the achievements and of course, for the need to prove myself.
But looking back, the experiences I’m most proud of, the projects I least regret and the investments that yielded the greatest dividends, were the things I did because I didn’t want to regret not doing them.
“I don’t want to die wondering,” as my friend Paul likes to say.
What a beautiful mantra.