Majority of people keep regretting over a mistake committed by them in the past and fail to shape their future due to that mistake. This mistake is generally on the behavioural front. Does past really matter that much? If that does, then the question is how to overcome the depression caused by that wrong decision or behaviour and how to improve accordingly. There are lessons from everywhere, even from the World Wrestling Entertainment i.e. WWE.
There are many things to learn from WWE one of them is that past doesn’t matter so much that to destroy the present and the comingfuture. Try to recall the careers of legendary professional wrestlers from WWE RAW and WWE Smackdown. Shawn Michaels, Triple H and many others screwed other wrestlers to take their careers forward.
Yet they are known as the greatest of wrestlers ever. The reason is twofold. Firstly they didn’t care about the world and secondly they didn’t let their ideals restrict their talent. Why the immensely talented Wrestlers such as Vladimir Kazlov could not survive for long was thatthey did not put their principles aside.
Such wrestlers had talents. First they did whatever they could to reach the top, and then they started sticking to the principles. People easily forget the things. Remember the famous rivalry between Triple H and Randy Orton. None from the WWE Universe liked Randy that time however recently Randy was supported and liked by people during his rivalry with Wade Barrett.
To regret the past is good if done for the benefit. The lesson here is not to follow the wrong path to reach the top but not to care about the others while moving towards the goal. Lesson is to get rid of that extra sensitive approach, extra emotions and feeling of guilt that reduces the efficiency if the person goes under depression. So from now onwards when you watch WWE take lessons for improvement from WWE.