How to avoid the comparison bubble

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[bha size='120×120′ variation='01' align='alignright']It's easy to get caught up in the comparison bubble. You always want what we don't have. You are incorrectly taught to copy, just as you're erroneously taught to think in absolutes.

Celebrate what makes you unique

You should do what makes you unique. You should feel free to steal ideas from other people and build on top of them. Don't just copy-paste.

The worst nightmare will be looking back on your efforts and thinking we you just couldn't be yourself.

Being different, standing out, is what should push you on.

If you need more encouragement:

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A daily blogger who connects the dots between arts and life.

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