We all have things we want to do, but don’t.
To chip away at that statistic I encourage you to be someone who propel others to be the person they want to be – especially when they themselves aren’t quite there yet.
And if possible, do this through vulnerability.
For example, there are two types of comparison: upward comparison, when people compare themselves to people who are better than they are, and downward comparison, when people compare themselves to those who were less proficient than they are.
It’s worth mentioning that sharing stories from other people, or even using a pseudonym for a personal story, goes a long way to avoid seeming like you’re promoting personal failures and victories.
Additionally, a shared interest allows for a good sense of camaraderie, which can be helpful for business partners, coworkers, and friends!
Share the things you’re working on, they might just inspire others to become the person they want to be!
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