How to Stop Comparing Yourself With Others

“Comparisons are odious”  ~William Shakespeare

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Elizabeth B. Crook is CEO of Orchard Advisors. For over twenty years, she has worked with CEO's and entrepreneurs to think and act strategically to grow their companies' bottom line and have more overall satisfaction. She has a gift for making sense of complex situations and mapping them so creative and practical approaches emerge. Clients speak of her insight, skill, authenticity, and willingness to ask the hard questions in a gentle way. 

She is also the bestselling author of Live Large: The Achiever’s Guide to What’s Next. Recent media features include ForbesFast CompanyDaily WorthPBS Next AvenueThrive Global, Conscious Company, and BetterBook Club.

A mother, grandmother, and ardent hiker, she lives on Music Row in Nashville. 

Can Comparison Be a Good Thing?

When I'm entering a room, what I'm hoping for is to impart joy

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Katie Leathers is beauty connoisseur and feminine empowerment coach.  She is the beauty, brawn, and brains behind Beauty for All Colors, a business that helps women feel comfortable and confident with their own unique beauty.  She offers coaching on self image, makeup lessons, and practical advice on how to get comfortable shopping for and experimenting with makeup.  Katie has experienced her own shame around her relationship with her beauty and her body, and she helps women step into their feminine power by helping them connect with their inner and outer beauty.  When she isn't coaching, teaching, writing, or playing with makeup, you can find her sipping on lattes, running, traveling, dancing, or simply spending time with those she loves.

To contact Katie, email beauty.for.all.colors@gmail.com.

Are You Threatened by the Success of Others?

Success Mike

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Former Kansas City Royals player Mike Robbins is the author of two books, Focus on the Good Stuff and Be Yourself, Everyone Else is Already Taken, which have been translated into twelve different languages. Mike is also a contributing author to Chicken Soup for the Single Parent’s Soul, Creating a Marriage You’ll Love, and Thirty Things to Do When You Turn Thirty. 

As a motivational speaker, he has inspired tens of thousands of people around the world to reach new levels of awareness and productivity. His clients include: Google, Wells Fargo, Charles Schwab, Twitter, the U.S. Department of Labor, Gap, Stanford University, Chevron, Yahoo, and the San Francisco Giants. He has been featured on ABC News, the Oprah radio network, in Forbes, The Washington Post and many other publications. He is a regular contributor to Oprah.com and the Huffington Post.

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Women laughing arm in arm outdoors.
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Women laughing arm in arm outdoors.
01/02/2019
“Comparisons are odious”  ~William Shakespeare Nine women sat around a stone fireplace in a cottage on the Rhode Island coast. Ranging in age from late eighties to early forties... read more
range of doll sizes in a row
04/13/2015
When I'm entering a room, what I'm hoping for is to impart joy You know that comparison thing that happens when you're in a room full of people? Or on a train or a bus or waiting in line? A... read more
Success Mike
08/24/2013
Republished from mike-robbins.com How do you feel when you see or hear about the success of others? While it may depend on who it is, what they’ve accomplished, and how you’re feeling about... read more