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The Coach Life

An aside from this MTG profile in Politico struck me as an important pattern.

“I can speak from personal experience,” said Chambers, the grandson of a billionaire, “that this sort of material class prominence doesn’t yield a lot of personal satisfaction in life, you know? So I think the most common path is that people continue to find ways to kind of cultivate their own self-importance and distract themselves from the sort of meaninglessness of their existence.”

A lot of ambition is just misplaced self-medication. This is why we ask so often in Better Humans and Coach.me, to what end?

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