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How to stop comparing yourself to others
Episode 423rd April 2020 • Beyond the Hustle | The Happy, Wealthy and Free Entrepreneur • Lydia Sophia Wilmsen
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How to stop comparing yourself to others

Many of you will resonate with this: we constantly compare ourselves to the image of others, to their success, to their looks, to their skills and character. It is a human trait to compare ourselves and compete with others. In some cases this can inspire you to grow and get better at what you do. In many cases however, it starts a downward spiral into self-doubt, procrastination and paralysis. If you see that it's a toxic pattern in your life and you want to find ways to let go of it, make sure to listen to this episode.

I'll talk about the most common ways how comparisonitis shows up. I'll explain when it's good and actually helpful and when it is a negative pattern and needs to be changed. Plus I'll give you several ways how you can stop it. 

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