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Expectations, Jealousy And Happiness

Expectations, Jealousy And Happiness

  • The enemy of peace of mind is expectations drilled into you by society and other people.
  • Jealousy, It’s such a poisonous emotion because, at the end of the day, you’re no better off with jealous. You’re unhappier, and the person you’re jealous of is still successful or good-looking or whatever they are.
  • When working, surround yourself with people more successful than you. When playing, surround yourself with people happier than you.

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