How you see your problems defines how complicated it will get. Remember the question from high school math that requires you to prove L.H.S = R.H.S. If you are not able to solve it after starting from L.H.S, instead of giving up, you try solving the R.H.S.
Today I have a very beautiful guest with me. She is "Tamar" from "Israel". Tamar shared her travelling experience in India with me. She talked about all the places she visited, the people she met, the food she liked which btw she is going to try and also the challenges she faced during her journey. We were also joined by Tamar's partner Itai. Even Itai was awesome. It was a really great experience interviewing Tamar for my podcast. P.S. Tamar like "Loki Kofta" the most.
Here is the link to the entire challenge: bit.ly/2Od4Mrj Link to everyday video: Day 1 : https://lnkd.in/fBzbJ5e Day 2: https://lnkd.in/f3kEB8h Day 3: https://lnkd.in/fEWDK4H Day 4: https://lnkd.in/f6n2uaV Day 5: https://lnkd.in/fTChhMn Day 6: https://lnkd.in/fGvvx86 Day 7: http://bit.ly/2LSocp1 Day 8: http://bit.ly/2nd5fyg Day 9: http://bit.ly/2vBQGZ9 Day 10: http://bit.ly/2ndRCim
I had this worst habit of comparing myself with others. It made me demotivated and sometimes made me feel like, whatever I am doing is not leading me anywhere. I tried a lot to find ways to tackle this problem, but nothing worked except the advice of my this friend who told me: Stop comparing yourself to others, instead start comparing yourself with yourself.