Now ask your self – who has benefited from your achievements? Let’s be honest here, achievements are often self-centric goal sets what we confirm to ourselves to make ourselves feel better, to impress others and seek recognition, approval and social status.For high achievers, the performance addiction is a drive that is exhaustive to maintain yet without the rush, we face the existential crisis. What if what you did nurtured you and the more you did it, the more nourishment you’d gain.
We all have talents and drive to get better. The irony is that our talents are not for us, but for others to benefit from.
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