If you want to live your life this way, you will only see your flaws. You also run the possibility of feeling awful about success that isn’t even real, but rather fabricated by people to mask their own flaws.
Comparing yourself to others isn’t necessarily a terrible thing, especially if you’re using them as motivation to improve your life. As a result, it can serve as a model for progress in this respect.
Lateef Adedimeji recently recommended individuals to focus on themselves and their ambitions rather than comparing their lives to those of others in an Instagram post.
This was revealed by the famed Nigerian actor, who urged his millions of admirers around the world to go above and beyond to attain their dreams.
“Stop comparing your life to others’ and instead concentrate on yourself and your goals; it’s all about making the decision to show up and be yourself, to be honest, and to let your genuine self be seen. It’s never crowded when you choose happiness and happiness chooses you. Be true to who you are, go the extra mile. Never let a single moment pass when you don’t realize how fortunate you are. Allow them to depart when they are ready; a new door will open.
The day’s best. Keep yourself safe.”