Stepping Stone 3: From self-doubt springs comparisonitis.

self-doubt statue

Or is it the other way around?

In reality, they probably work hand in hand.

When everyone on earth was writing more posts, creating more courses, selling more products [no matter that I didn’t have anything to sell nor was I even thinking ‘sales’], it was easy to get drawn into that trap.

And while wrestling with the feeling that I should be doing ‘more’, it would have been nice to have these reminders to gain perspective. [Thank you, Amy Johnson from tinybuddha.com]

Author: TMH

Writer. Former teacher. Baker. Spoiler of dogs.

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