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I think we’ve all been guilty of this from time to time. It seems like it’s just part of our nature to want to keep improving ourselves; to keep trying harder. Along the way though, we often find ourselves comparing our success to others. I know I do. Most often it’s about silly materialistic things that we associate with achievement: the nice cars, big houses, and other luxuries like having a housekeeper or lawn service. If you do have some of these things – that’s wonderful! But you too may be looking ahead to what the next class above you has.
The point is, success doesn’t always equal stuff. Your situation is completely different to everyone else’s out there. Maybe your success is working somewhere that allows you to have flexibility instead of extra compensation. Perhaps the grass isn’t always greener on the other side. You should always try to better yourself, but figure out what your own success will look like without peeking over the fence at someone else’s.
It’s not easy.