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As a sensitive striver, you likely have a tendency to define achievement in a hyper-specific way, that is, complete and total excellence at all times. You don’t need to lower your bar, but you do need to broaden your scope of what qualifies as a “win.”
Achieving the desired outcome isn’t always in your control, so broaden your definition of success to include:
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