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My Father said he'd disown me if I'd become a lawyer - in his mind there was nothing lower!
Finished Medical School would probably be at the top of the list!
Jill Murty, Realtor - ...
Laguna Niguel, CA
Susan Laxson This has nothing to do with real estate. I wish I would have taken formal music lessons when I was growing up. It would have put me years ahead when I was younger. Guitar is the easiest instrument to learn, but the hardest one to play expertly.
Come up north next winter, if we have enough snow Susan Laxson
Well, maybe, just watch videos of skiers.
I wish I had learned to play the banjo.
Nothing really comes to mind. Guess that's a good thing. Go learn to ski!!
I wish I had learned to ski at an earlier age. It is something I truly love, and I will get up at the crack of dawn to get up on the slopes. And it is never too late. There is an 86 year old gentleman who took his first Yoga class and is still going. It has improved his golf game, and his swing got better as a result. You are never too old. Meet us in Utah next season! A
I have no regrets but I had many choices all capable of different outcomes
Richie Alan Naggar
I wish I had taken flying lessons. I wanted to be a pilot like my Dad.
Having an accounting and financial background, I wish I had learned more about the stock market and investing prior to the 1990s when Apple, Google, Microsoft and others were just start up businesses.
DEANNA C. SMITH ...
Smith Mountain Lake, VA
I nosrt of wished I had learned a trade when much younger
I would have liked to be able to do computer coding.
My mother was constantly learning and evolving until she dies at 95. She inspired me that it is never too late. At 68 I am more successful than ever plus I have learned to make it a great life, not just a great career.
No regrets here. Looking back, I've always packed as much into my life as possible. Chose work and places where I could do so. Real estate does that for me at this point in my life.
if there's something I want to learn now that I missed earlier in life, I'll do it now....I always wanted to learn to lift weights.... well, I do that now... every other day....
Life is a learning experience, something new on the list every day.
Psychology. I took one course in college but it was late at night after a very long day and I fell asleep in class most of the time! I failed because of that! I would like to have pursued a degree. It would certainly be helpful now!
I wished I had had voice lessons and pursued some acting classes. Though it isn't too late, I have other interests now.
Finish my accounting degree.
Maybe playing the piano would top my list!
I wish I'd started writing novels earlier. I was 59 when my first book was published, and as I get ready to publish #8 this summer, I have so many ideas, there doesn't seem to be enough time.
I wish that I would have gone into Real Estate when I was just out of school, instead of waiting so long.
I wish I had gone to law school.
I regret that I have not yet mastered the Latin, Greek, and Hebrew languages.
Stand up comedy. It's still not too late!
languages. I wish I had learned several as a child when I think it's easier to wrap your head around them.
Yes, I should have plunked down the $51K to learn to fly that helicopter. Of course, that was just the basics. There was more flight time after that.
There are many, many, many, many, .... "lessons" I wish I learned at a younger age. People I shouldn't have avoided and some I should have.
As to learning something in school or taking a sport, nothing really comes to mind. If I'm interested in something I go and learn it.
Aw, that's so sad! You need to discover Mammoth Mountain, not too far and a great ski/snowboard spot!
For me, I really wish someone pushed me to learn multiple languages when I was younger. Being a polyglot is such an advantage in the world.
No. I continue to learn and study the things that I want to learn.
Yes, I try to learn something new every day..
I wish I had learned to play a musical instrument. I always thought if I'd spent half as much time practicing the piano as typing, I'd be the female version of Liberace now.