I refrain from comparing myself to others.

I refrain from comparing myself to others.

I am unique with a set of talents and skills that are unlike anyone else’s. I look at others with genuine confidence so that when good things happen to those around me I can congratulate them, not compare myself to them.

On the road of life, I choose to stay in my own lane. Nothing good can come out of comparing myself to others. Regardless of how fast another lane may seem or how much smoother the pavement may look, I choose to stay in my own lane and continue on my path.

My vehicle is built to excel in my lane regardless of how bumpy the ride may seem at times. I have been created with unique skills necessary to fulfilling my calling. I already have within me the ability to finish the race strong.

I measure my performance only against my potential, not by the performance of any other person. Comparison is a distraction that tries to take my focus away from the real goals in my heart. When I lose myself in comparison, I give up my dreams in order to become like someone else.

I refrain from comparing myself to others because I am good enough just the way I am. I am intelligent, capable, pleasant, beautiful and kind.

Today, heeding the words of Albert Einstein, “if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid,” I choose to discover my own strengths and capitalize on them, no matter what.

Questions to Ask Yourself:

  1. How is comparison a distraction from my greater purpose?
  2. What are my strengths? How can these strengths help me live up to my potential?
  3. Why should I measure my performance only by my potential?

About the author 

Allegra M. Sinclair

Allegra Sinclair is a professional coach and confidence expert. She hates to see women living small and loves to help them change how they show up in the world.

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