Stop comparing yourself to others

Many people compare themselves to others too. In fact, everyone has done it at one point in their life. People often compare themselves to others to determine how well they are doing in life and base their value on that. However, that usually doesn’t lead to feeling too good about yourself. Plus, who wants to judge themselves negatively?

Shree Radhe Guru Maa is giving us practical guide tips to stop comparing yourself to others. These are following:

  1. Take note of the foolish and harmful nature of comparison-

Take notice of comparison’s adverse effects in your life. And find priority to remove it from the inside-out deliberately.

  1. Pursue the greater things in life-

Some of the most significant treasures in this world are hidden from sight which is love, humility, empathy, selflessness, generosity. Among these important pursuits, there is no measurement.

  1. Remind yourself nobody is perfect-

There is significant space to be found remembering that nobody is perfect and nobody is living a painless life. While we are pointing to the negative things which unusually as helpful as focusing on the positives.

  1. Gratitude, gratitude, gratitude-

Gratitude always forces us to remember the good things we already have in our world.

  1. Compete for less. Appreciate more-

The first and most essential step in overcoming the habit of competition is to appreciate more and compete for less. We have to stop competing against others to win. We can start working together to figure it out.

  1. Find inspiration without comparison-

Comparing our lives to others is foolish. But finding motivation and learning from others is entirely wise. Work hard to learn the difference.

Shree RadheMaa says, “If you want to compare then compare yourself.”

Therefore, do a commitment to yourself for growing a little bit each day. And learn to celebrate every little improvement you are making without comparing them to others.

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