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A little friendly competition

At a recent parents’ evening, 5yo Ramona’s teacher told us how seating our daughter with her best friend tended to improve her work. “There’s a bit of healthy competition going on there, which I admit I sometimes use to get the best out of them.” 774 more words


Breaking Free From the Comparison Trap

And hath raised us up together, and made us sit together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus.” – Ephesians 2:6

Have you ever noticed that we buy things we don’t need with money we don’t have to impress people we don’t even like? 156 more words


4 Tips to Overcome Self-Doubt

At one time or another we all question if we are good enough. If we are providing enough for our families, spending enough time with family, making time for friends, etc. 547 more words


Who are you striving to please?

“Who do I listen to when it comes to doing a good job?”  That thought is what got me into this to begin with.  That’s one of the countless thoughts I have when thinking of feedback and/or evaluations.   963 more words


“Their Journey Isn’t Your Journey”

It’s so funny, I just shared this phrase with a group of adult students I help to prepare for jobs. I know how frustrating it can be waiting for “your turn” so to speak. 532 more words


Why Comparing Yourself To Others Is Pointless.

Why Comparing Yourself To Others Is Pointless. 

We all do it – look around at those we know or come into contact with and wish we could copy/steal some of the often indefinable “things” that they have that we do not have. 295 more words


Someone else's shoes don't make the road easier

I heard about a so-called reality television show that used to be popular, one where the wives in two families traded places with each other. Wife 1 from Family 1 switched with Wife 2 of Family 2, and then some genius follows them all around with cameras to see what happened. 552 more words