Lessons from other people’s regret

Sometimes we are immobilised not because of the lost of motivation, but due to confusion. The same thing cause us to be in this situation; where in some points in our life, we move real slow and we appear to have lack of motivation.

The answer is, you just need a reason that will entangle you from confusion. Sometimes, the way to move out from being confused is to take charge, and be a leader.

Today I’ve read an interesting piece entitled My Biggest Regret as a Programmer , and one key moral of the story that I can pull out is, if you have the opportunity to work on a leadership role in a high-growth organization/company, take it.

If having a leadership role gives you satisfaction, do it.
If having a leadership role makes you a source of inspiration, do it.
If having a leadership role will not make your generation left out, do it.
If having a leadership role will makes you sane, do it.
If having a leadership role will not make you confuse, do it.

Because moving forward matters. Make your mind up or, have something to assist you to make you mind up, and take action.

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