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Excerpt from: my book series
“That doesn’t count.”
Sometimes people will try to trivialize your accomplishments in order to feel better about themselves.
Never let someone’s own sense of self-worth interfere with your self-esteem or sense of accomplishment. Because your efforts and achievements in life — no matter how small — count.
Life isn’t a competition. It isn’t about comparing yourself to others. It’s about trying to be better than the person you were yesterday.
While we may cross paths, the route each of us takes through life is unique. And a step forward is a step forward, regardless of how small your stride is or how long is takes you to get somewhere.
So go slow if you must. And make mistakes — as everyone does — and learn from them.
Just keep going and don’t let others — or their achievements — get you down.
And remember, no two people are on the same journey through life.
- There will always be someone better at something than you are
- Don’t you ever give up
- Stop wasting your time following someone else’s idea of the ideal life.
- Rejection is neither an indication of value or talent.
- Likability. Being liked and unliked.
- What I’ve learned about achieving personal goals