Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance
It feels good when someone compliments you on your outfit or your car, but these are not the things that make life worth living. It’s not a good idea to get too caught up in trying to impress others with your possessions.
As a matter of fact, trying to impress others in general can be a huge waste of your time and resources. Loving and spending time with your family, food, necessary transportation, and a roof over your head should all matter a great deal more than what other people think.
In order to be happy with yourself, you must prioritize and remember what’s really important to you in your life. At the end of the day, no one really cares what kind of car you drive, or how big your house is. And if they do, chances are that they won’t be the kind of person you want to call a friend anyway.
It’s great to feel proud of your accomplishments, and even take personal pride in your ability to provide for your family. But if you’re choosing friends based on their bank account and assets, you’re likely missing out on getting to know a lot of good, quality people. And before you judge others, remember that anyone can fall on hard times – even you.
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