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Roosevelt Was Wrong, Comparison is Not the Thief of Joy

How using comparison as a skill can actually give you a huge boost

So, yes, comparisons can be bad, but they can also be good if you use them as tools.

I bet you’ve never looked at comparison as a tool before. If used properly you can use the skill of comparison to instantly boost your happiness levels and start spiraling up. You just must do it deliberately. Intentionally.

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