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Have you ever felt like you’re falling behind and you’re afraid there’s no room left at the top?
It’s as if other people are doing the very things you want to do — only they seem to be doing it much faster than you can.
In our hyperconnected world, it’s never been easier to get off track by comparing yourself to others. With some estimates reporting that adults are spending nearly two hours a day on social media, it’s no wonder creatives are finding it harder and harder to get things done.
That’s why I jumped at the chance to respond to a question from a new business owner who was being crushed by the comparison impulse.
Comparing yourself to others is one of the biggest small business killers there is.Comparison is the thief of joy, the pillager of profits and the pickpocket of prosperity. Click To Tweet
Why? Because time spent comparing yourself to others means precious time not spent on more productive and enjoyable things. This is especially crucial if you’re working to build up a side business or you just don’t have a lot of free time to move your projects ahead.
In this MarieTV, you’ll learn why and how to drop the deadly habit of comparing yourself to others, and you’ll also pick up a few simple and easy-to-implement strategies to improve your website and attract more customers to your business.
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Now I’d love to hear from you.
Today, we talked about the power of going cold turkey on the Compareshlager and covered some tactical website changes that can help any small business owner to be more clear and customer focused.
Based on everything we discussed, what’s the single most important action you can take right now to support your happiness and growth? Leave a comment below and let me know.
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Thank you a million times over for watching, sharing your perspective and making this corner of the Internet a sanctuary for kind, compassionate progress.
If someone you know gets lost in the comparison sinkhole, please share this post. Comparing yourself to others isn’t just a bad habit, it’s a dangerous one that will eventually kill your dreams.
With so much love,