Comparing You to Me



Comparing You to Me

You may draw a comparison between yourself and others as motivation to improve yourself in private life or work.


More often than not though, drawing a comparison is not motivating and ends up being disheartening and sometimes just intimidating. Modeling someone you admire is different and discussed in a previous post.

Comparisons lead to false conclusions. Society generally decides whether you’re good at your work based on second hand criteria and opinions.

How do critics become critics?

There are standards for good work that you and I can agree or disagree upon. I’m referring to the critic’s world where it’s not uncommon for subjective opinions to hold the  standard for comparison of good or not good.

It’s my goal to discover your inner resources and help you dissolve the unconscious critic that creates distance between you and me.

Self-hypnosis and mindfulness are helpful.

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