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Comparison: A Powerful Tool When Utilized Correctly

The secret of how you can use comparison to your advantage.

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One of the most common bits of advice you’ll hear is that you shouldn’t compare yourself to others.

I hear this often, especially because I’ve struggled with comparing myself, my body, my success, and my level of intellect to others for years.

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Relaxed, inspiring essays about happiness.

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Dayana Sabatin

Dayana Sabatin

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