Great post, thank you for sharing. I agree with all the points mentioned and am reading the book right now.

I think the part about not comparing oneself to others is the most tricky, the idea of setting a benchmark for yourself workwise, which is common practice easily gets transformed into envy on its own for business owners and entrepreneurs.

One can implement it on a personal level, but on a professional level it gets tough.

It becomes a tennis match where a person is in constant battle with themselves to view others success objectively. And the mind becomes the devil’s playground for lack of a better word.

Just a thought. Loved the ideas expressed😊

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Bringing change, one step at a time. https://www.linkedin.com/in/irfanmorbiwala

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