Looking For Yourself In The Accomplishments Of Others | CTDP 367


Social media platforms all seem to have a plethora of beautiful and wildly successful individuals who are crushing it. This can all be a lot to incorporate, and we often find ourselves feeling down and experiencing real depression because we have yet to even touch the level of success that they have. 

We can get so caught up, watching every little thing that the super-wealthy do, that we forget to do the things that would get us there. Maybe you’ve been doing the things you know you need to do, but now you’re distracted. This is where imposter syndrome comes in and feeds your brain a load of B.S. about how you aren’t good enough and will never succeed. 

On this episode of “Crushing The Day,” Drewbie wants you to remember that you have accomplished some truly amazing things within your life thus far, and he encourages all of us to stop comparing ourselves to the accomplishments of others. If we could just stay focused on doing the work, we will accomplish every goal we set! We literally create our reality with our thoughts and actions. Tune in to learn more. 

What You’ll Learn:

  • How comparing ourselves to those we see on social media will kill our dreams. 
  • Why we will never feel good enough about ourselves when we are always busy wishing for the same success as someone else. 
  • That we are 100% responsible for our own success, no one else. 

 Favorite Quote:

“If you would take the time that you spend watching them…you’d have everything that you wish you could have, by doing the work.” 

 —Drewbie Wilson


How to get involved

Go to the CRUSHING THE DAY website to get involved!

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