It always happens. You've been in your company two or three years and you plateau. Then out of the blue, someone who doesn't have the knowledge you have or talent you have comes in and just crushes it.
This can be a slap in the face because you ask yourself “who are they to have this success”? Don't compare. Just don't do it. Their success does not limit yours. And your success obviously did limit their's
You see somebody else with success, and you are sad or frustrated or disappointed that you are not having the same level of success also.
This is probably the most common way that people get stuck.
One way that you dangerously use comparison is when you try to portray a successful person as ethically or morally unsavory.
You might say things like “yes they're successful, but they sacrificed their family” or “they cheated to get there to that level”.
If you think that you have to choose between the black and whiteness of either being wealthy or being a good person, you will never be wealthy.
This is so because you will self sabotage your possible success. No one will willingly trade morals and ethics for money.
So don't compare someone's success to your struggle. You don't know where they've been, you don't know how far down they've gone, and you don't know what their background is. They may have spent years in a place worse off than even you are.
Start where you are.
Not everyone starts off with a great hand, you just have to play the hand you're dealt. None of us can go back in time and wish that we were born with influence or money or wealth, you just have to start where you are.
You can't go back and redo the mistakes that you made along the way, you can only begin at now.
You don't pull yourself up by pulling others down. Even if you're not directly connected to them, it doesn't do any good to talk badly or make for comparisons about their ethics or character. It only entrenches you in the position that you currently occupy.
If you are stuck to that idea, you will not be successful. You will be completely limited by your believe that success is a trade for morality.
Do something about it.
Take imperfect action. It doesn't require that you have a system that always wins, or a method that you constantly apply for success, or even a mentor that is guiding you. It just requires action. You will learn along the way and as you improve, you will learn one message work and which ones don't. Action is the key, and you must do something even if it isn't perfect.
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