The Power of Regret:
How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward
by Daniel H. Pink
10 Aug - Virtual
Join us for an exciting review and discussion of the book,
The Power of Regret: How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward
by Daniel H. Pink.
In his most recent New York Times bestseller, The Power of
Regret, Daniel Pink makes the case for the importance and
life-changing value we can derive from the regrets we
experience in our lives. In contrast to the viewpoint that
living one’s life with “no regrets” is a sign of living with
courage, Pink explores the many ways in which regret truly
adds value and depth to our lives.
Using the largest sampling of American attitudes about
regret ever conducted as well as his own World Regret
Survey, which has collected regrets from over 16,000 people
in 105 countries, Pink categorizes regrets into four core
areas and offers a simple, science-based three-step process
that enables us to gain benefit from those experiences.
By identifying what we regret most we can understand what we
value the most, thus enabling us to transform regrets into a
positive force for working smarter and living better.
Please join us for a fun evening where we can explore big
ideas and practical takeaways in a light-hearted summer
evening gathering. You'll be happy you did!
Program Number: C02020220810
The Power of Regret
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter (C020)
PDUs: - 1.0
Leadership - 1.0
Strategic - 0.0
Technical - 0.0