It’s incredible how often we fool ourselves into thinking we want what someone has has accomplished. But I think it’s just easier to do that because it’s much harder to look inside ourselves, spend time with ourselves, and really figure out what our life is about. What success really means to us. And to feel ok that our vision of success really is average, and there’s nothing wrong with average.

Tim cheers for a thought-provoking, insightful, well-written post. I really enjoyed it. It goes against the grain and we need more posts like this. Thank you! :) Have a fab day!

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