Being able to occasionally compare yourself to others can be a useful tool for your personal development by helping you to evaluate your own attributes. When social comparison becomes your dominant mode of functioning however, your evaluations are likely to be unfair and can damage your self-esteem and confidence. In this article, best-selling author and international speaker Margie Worrell offers her five top tips to help you free yourself from negative comparisons.
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