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  • Writer's pictureBecky Upchurch

Using Comparison to Your Advantage

So often I see women struggling with comparison between their lives and other people’s. Sometimes it’s comparing what other people have to what they do. Other times it might be comparing someone else’s success to their own lack of progress. In every instance where someone was struggling with comparison, the problem existed because they were comparing themselves UNFAVORABLY to others.


The thing is, it’s not the act of comparison that’s the problem. It’s the WAY we compare ourselves to others, the things we emphasize, and what we do with the data.


You see, I think that comparison is both normal and natural. It’s NOT something you need to feel bad about! And once you let go of your need to judge yourself for daring to compare? You might even be able to use that comparison to your advantage!


Let me tell you how…


Ask yourself “What are the feelings that are coming up telling me?”


Identify what you want to do with this data.


Start taking g action toward what you want.


Figuring out what’s REALLY bugging you, figuring out why and what to do about it, and creating a “baby steps” path forward can help turn your comparison struggle into a comparison win!


Not sure how to apply this process to YOUR situation? DM me and let’s figure it out together.



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