6. Your past belongs on the shelf, not in your backpack.

There’s a difference between living in the past and learning from it. Don’t dwell on your setbacks or your successesboth are fleeting.

Keep looking for the next peak of your climb and “pack smart.” That means not carrying baggage, overthinking things, or beating yourself up over mistakes. Bring only what you need for the long haul. Your future potential is infinite and your best years are ahead. Shaun Rawls, lifelong entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Rawls Consulting

Source: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/305386