Who do you admire most?
Say you could be that person. You would still only be second best to the person you want to be.
Trying to compare ourselves with others is like taking away every gift we have that even our most admired look up to doesn’t have.
Comparing ourselves to others is so self-destructive because we are leaving ourselves with an imitation not an original.
Chances are the person you said you admired the most is an original and not an imitation.
Strive to be different and reward yourself for it.
Study the people you look up to and focus on how they overcame being the same as everyone else to become an original.
We compare ourselves to others when we don’t have the confidence to stand tall as the person we want to be.
There is no one like you.
Try to be aware of that today and see how it empowers you.
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