Nurse Reveals Top 5 Regrets People Have on Their Deathbeds

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This wisdom has been all over the Internet. I’ve been playing with book cover ideas recently and thought this might make a nice graphic. I also added in what I think are the solutions to each regret… as simply as possible. Let me know what you think.

top 5 regrets

By the way, I think the second one is funny, because I can imagine someone on their deathbed saying “I wish I didn’t work so hard,” and their manager standing there and going, “Well, you really didn’t.”

I don’t identify with that one because I’ve found ways to make work something I love, something that integrates my passions and talents.

Or I’m just a 40 year old who’s foolish himself ;-p

Here’s The Most Epic Selfie (Video) in the World, And Why It’s the Same as Clever Facebook Posting

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This is 600 days; 125,946 miles; 36 countries; five motorcycles; and one go-pro camera in three minutes.

Watch it.

This is what a lot of marketing is all about, isn’t it? “I am associating myself with awesome things.” (including that fun song behind the video)

Facebook posts can be a photographic version of this.

For example, these are the most popular posts from PrideStaff, a recruiting company that thrills its fans with posts that get 3-10% engagement rates (you’re doing well if you get 1%).

A lot of great Facebook posting combines

1. What people already think is great
– WITH –
2. Who you are or who your company is

It’s the same as the old “fame frottage” strategy- imbuing your brand with credibility or allure by associating your brand with celebrities.

Here's The Most Epic Selfie (Video) in the World, And Why It's the Same as Clever Facebook Posting

Posted on Posted in Facebook Posting, Inspiration, Social Media Strategy

This is 600 days; 125,946 miles; 36 countries; five motorcycles; and one go-pro camera in three minutes.

Watch it.

This is what a lot of marketing is all about, isn’t it? “I am associating myself with awesome things.” (including that fun song behind the video)

Facebook posts can be a photographic version of this.

For example, these are the most popular posts from PrideStaff, a recruiting company that thrills its fans with posts that get 3-10% engagement rates (you’re doing well if you get 1%).

A lot of great Facebook posting combines

1. What people already think is great
– WITH –
2. Who you are or who your company is

It’s the same as the old “fame frottage” strategy- imbuing your brand with credibility or allure by associating your brand with celebrities.