Why comparing yourself to others is a losing game.

“It’s not what happens to us, but our response to what happens to us that hurts us.”

~Stephen R. Covey

I have a deeply personal admission… and this is perfect to talk about for the New Year.

Okay… here it is, from my heart…

… sometimes I feel like such a loser.

I realize this is not really cool to admit…

… but I have a feeling sometimes you feel the same way?

And I hope sharing my personal concerns will help you bring these ugly feelings out of the darkness which tends to diminish their power.

Frankly, I know you will learn from my personal revelations in this area because the “comparison” game is sadly way too common. And if you are honest, you will notice how you play this unfair game too.

In fact, I was deeply honored to be a guest on

Michelle Shaefer’s popular website


To share my insights with her loyal readers about the bad habit of unfairly comparing ourselves to others.

Michelle and I both think this will help you recognize this bad habit and can receive huge benefits and valuable insights to help you in the New Year.

Discover what is standing in the way of your overnight” success!

In this Google hang out Michelle Shaeffer and I talk candidly about the #1 thing that is standing in your way of success and exactly how to fix it!

Since Michelle Shaeffer is one of the most sought after coaches on the internet, she openly reveals the one key thing we all need to look at which is likely blocking our success.

Michelle Shaeffer unplugged

Go ahead now and share this with all of your friends who could use some TLC in this area.

Now it’s your turn. Tell me what is keeping you from your success?

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2 comments on “Why comparing yourself to others is a losing game.

  1. Brenda on said:

    I do compare myself to others all the time. To other parents:… To other women my age. How do I stop doing it?

    • By Kathy on said:

      Brenda, thank you for reading this post. How to stop “”comparing” yourself takes time and patience. The first step is realizing you are doing it, so good for you. Then, take time to see where you have been and how you have improved or changed. Then see how you are now, and how many good points you have. Then realize every day that you are unique, special, and that no one else is like you. No one has your fingerprints, your face, your voice… Then, please go to the short Google hang out and hear what Michelle Shaeffer says about how you can make 2014 so much better and how to stop falling in to the trap of “comparing” yourself.

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