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Coulda Woulda Shoulda – PART TWO: How to Overcome Coulda Woulda Shoulda Thinking

July 14, 2017 Top DaVinci Challenges
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Proven tips & techniques to overcome Coulda Woulda Shoulda thinking.

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Coulda Woulda Shoulda – PART ONE: Costs & Benefits

June 7, 2017 Top DaVinci Challenges
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If you’re prone to Coulda Woulda Shoulda thinking, you’re hurting yourself. Here’s how.

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Get Over It!

October 8, 2013 Top DaVinci Challenges
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Introducing a new book packed with techniques to help you overcome regret, disappointment and past mistakes.

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Best Self-Help Books for DaVincis

April 4, 2012 Top DaVinci Challenges
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Recommended reading to overcome procrastination, fear, regrets and perfectionism while managing too many ideas, too many projects and too many talents.

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Regret – it’s all relative

January 16, 2012 Top DaVinci Challenges
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Taking stock may cause regret unless we focus on what we can do now.

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Regrets and the Road Not Taken

July 19, 2011 Top DaVinci Challenges
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We’ve all got ’em. And knowing that does help.

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How to Beat Your Negative Thoughts – Laugh at Them

January 12, 2011 Top DaVinci Challenges
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A sense of the ridiculous is your best weapon against fear, anxiety, guilt and other decidedly un-creative thoughts feelings.

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Au Revoir, Paris – or, Committing to Your Talents

July 17, 2010 Top DaVinci Challenges
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Sometimes, true commitment to your talents means saying goodbye to a dream.

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