For me, I was so completely engrained in who I was back when I was in university, it’s hard to imagine that I could have done things differently. Meaning, I wasn’t very mature. I was lazy. I didn’t have any ambition. I was shy and not that outgoing. So given these things, it’s hard to imagine that saying something like, I would get more involved in school activities. Because back then, I didn’t really care. Or I would take more diverse courses to learn about more different things. Because I wasn’t curious at all. Or I would get off of campus more to explore the real world. Because I wasn’t interested in achieving anything, in particular.Despite all of this, things have worked out for me. No matter what things you didn’t do, at the end of the day, the most important thing is to have faith in your ability to grow, change, and do something with your life. And instead of being filled with regret, to value who you are and find your own road to achieving the success that you seek for your life. That’s a lot more beneficial than wishing you could somehow go back in time and do things differently, which you can’t.