EPISODE 163: How Regret Can Prevent Instances of Overeating

Daniel Pink is the best-selling author of books that show the hidden ways to motivate yourself and those around you. His new book is all about The Power of Regret.

Daniel was still in his 20s when he’d risen to be the chief speechwriter to the Vice President of the United States, but he walked away from it all with no idea what he wanted to do next. He decided to bring his wisdom to all of us with his best-selling books.

Today on the Fat Murder Podcast, co-coach, Laura Kalirai, and I talk about Daniel Pink’s take on the power of regret.

Do you think regret is bad? We all need regrets in our lives to guide us on how to bounce back from our mistakes, as well as appreciate our wins.

This unconventional view might be exactly what you need to take things to the next level.

Check it out and let us know if there was a key takeaway that resonated with you. We’d love to hear your insights!

References from today’s episode:

Daniel Pink’s book The Power of Regret

Daniel Pink interviewed on the CEO of a Diary Podcast

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