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Stop idealising others

To compare is to despair. When you decide to give up on yourself because others can do it better or have more talent, it is an excuse not to participate.

Instead, when you look at people you admire, ask what they might be doing to improve themselves. Successful people often have good habits such as discipline, effort, consistency, and a willingness to take action.

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