Leadership coach Amy Kan says we use comparisons to drive self-improvement and self-motivation. However, too often, the effect of comparing ourselves against others has a negative effect.
Theodore Roosevelt said, “Comparison is the thief of joy” and yet, we continue to compare ourselves to others all the time. Why is that, when doing so is likely to damage our confidence, increase our anxiety, and erode our self-esteem?
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