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Comparing Yourself to Others Can Be a Total Downer

MDS tools to understand yourslefAnd lead you to question your abilities and accomplishments in life.

But the thing is, we are all different and bring unique skills and talents to the table.

One way to stop the craziness is to realistically size yourself up, without comparing yourself to others or comparing your accomplishments to what others have achieved. That’s their thing, not yours. The funny things is, they might be envying your life and your talents. (It’s true!) We all have something of value to share with the world, but if you focus on what you are not, you won’t be able to fully realize your own potential.

Need a Pep Talk or Something Long-Lasting?

There are rah-rah cheerleading coaches popping up all over the country. They may help for a short time but for long-lasting results, we recommend something a bit more scientific. There are excellent tools to help you understanding yourself – why you do what you do – what motivates you – what your unique skills are and what value they have in the world and workplace today.

Understanding yourself is the first step and then bolstering your strengths is next. Sound hard? It’s not when you realize there is a process that will take you from point A to B and beyond.

And just remember, when others around you act like they have it all together, don’t buy into it. We all go through times of searching and questioning:

  • Am I in the right job?
  • Do I have what it takes to start my own company?
  • Why do I respond to others the way I do?
  • What will make me truly happy?

Start your miracle makeover process today Order “I Want to Know Myself Better” assessment which clues you in on your behavior style and the factors that motivate you.  It’s the way to stop the craziness and start celebrating the uniqueness of you. Click here for more information.

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