Sep 14, 2020
In any creative field, one thing that everybody deals with at some point or another is seeing other people succeed while you stay where you are.
Maybe you started making music at the same time as somebody else, or maybe they started after you, and they’re suddenly achieving the things that you’ve not been able to.
Seeing others accelerate further than you can easily lead to feelings of envy, jealousy, and resentment - but these are the exact kind of feelings that continue to hold you back, and can make the divide between you and them even greater.
Essentially, how you deal with other people’s success is a choice.
You can choose to be spiteful, you can choose to make comparisons (the bad kind), or you can choose to use other people’s achievements as an opportunity for growth and to accelerate your development towards YOUR version of success.
In this episode, I discuss how you can move from a place of resentment to a place of inspiration, and show you how by being curious and celebrating others’ achievements, you can quickly find your way up the ladder with them.
But no matter how successful you become, there’s always going to be someone who seems to be doing better.
And if you don’t escape this trap you'll end up carrying it with you forever, unless you learn to change your perspective.
And the time to do that is right now.
Listen to the podcast to see how!