This is just what I needed to read today! There is some great insight in this post and its something I need to ready consistently so I don’t forget the big picture which is what I am ultimately planning for my life.
They say one third of people in their twenties feel depressed.
I believe it, and this is why…
It seems that the society we live in today has somehow found a way to make sure that we compare every single aspect of our lives with that of other people.
It makes me kind of nauseous just thinking about it.
In our twenties, we’re paving our path, digging through dirt, figuring out which road we’d like to go down.
We’re discovering ourselves.
We’re discovering the world.
And that’s absolutely beautiful.
But is seems that every time we manage to achieve something great in our lives, we then feel the need to compare ourselves to other people.
We compare ourselves to coworkers. We compare ourselves to celebrities. We compare ourselves to that nerd we kind of knew in high school.
And you know what? That nerd is now a senior executive at…
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