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We Keep Comparing Our Life With Others

We Keep Comparing Our Life With Others

More often than not, we compare ourselves with others, based on what society says, how other people are living, and what the majority thinks of as success.

There is no need to spend the best hours of our best days just comparing our success with other people.

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