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Comparison and self-improvement are great ways to reject yourself. I explain why—and what to do instead—in this short episode. Read the post from Dr. Kelly Flanagan that inspired this pep talk. My previous pep talk on comparison and self-rejection. Want more tips? Check out this playlist with all my previous
We’ve talked before about comparison, perfectionism, and self-rejection, but the conversation is not complete without reflecting on the fact that not everyone is your audience. Finding your audience is an aspect of the creative process that can easily be de-prioritized or even ignored. Here’s why you want to
Continuing from last time: more on comparison, and how it’s actually a way to reject ourselves, even if we don’t know it. Perfectionism factors into that process, too, creating an ugly soup of not-good-enoughness. The good news: you CAN do something about it. Details within! Want more help? Check out my