Regret is an inevitable part of life. Developing strategies to avoid them in the future and learning to deal with those that you already have is an essential part of living a fulfilled life. In The No Regrets Principle, author Shawn Brodof offers both unique methods and commonsense approaches to both. Brodof relies heavily on Biblical lessons to convey his strategies.
In Part One of The No Regrets Principle, he walks the reader through foundational principles including: Deliberate Predecisions, developing your personal definition of success, peer pressure, and the Bleed-Over Effect.
In Part Two, he discusses how to avoid future regret by presenting the concepts of sowing and reaping, The Big Picture and The Gratitude Attitude.
Part Three walks the reader through common regrets including sex, money, greed, anger, relationships and your thought life.
Part Four is a in-depth discussion of the destructive nature of fear.
Finally, in Part Five, Brodof helps readers deal with regrets they may currently be carrying. Discussion includes The Cumulative Effect, confession, forgiveness, a servant's heart and the power of prayer.
While the book is targeted at young adults, the text is approachable and applicable to anyone, carrying no pressures or biases. Brodof conveys his advice and strategies by relying heavily on Biblical references.