29 min

The Curse of Comparison Transform Your Life With Steve and Pete

    • Self-Improvement

Comparison is a tool -  it can be healthy or destructive. The key is being able to identify when comparison is helping versus hurting our identity. In this episode, learn how to identify the patterns of negative comparison in your life. 

Transformation Tip:  “Comparison is the thief of joy.” - Teddy Roosevelt 


Comparison is a tool - it can be healthy or destructive.


When it comes to negative comparison, don’t take the bait!


How do you know if the comparison is helping (upward) or hurting (downward)?
If you can be inspired and motivated to be better (upward)If you’re comparing achievements (downward)If it leaves you feeling inferior (downward)

Comparison leads to performance orientation. When comparison makes us feel inferior, we then feel like we need to prove our worth through performance. 


Our self-expectations can develop into a super image of what we think we need to be, but we will ALWAYS fall short of that image because there will always be someone we think is better than ourselves.


Transformation Application:  This week catch yourself when you start comparing. Ask yourself whether this comparison is causing you to think upwards or downward.


Coaching Resources:
http://www.stevechuaintl.com
http://www.petecoaching.com/
https://www.insightoutcorp.com/
 
Connect On Social:
Steve Facebook 
Steve Instagram
Steve LinkedIn
 
Pete Facebook
Pete Instagram
 Pete LinkedIn
Connect On Social:
Podcast Facebook Page


Steve Facebook


Steve Instagram


Steve LinkedIn


Pete Facebook


Pete Instagram


Pete LinkedIn

Comparison is a tool -  it can be healthy or destructive. The key is being able to identify when comparison is helping versus hurting our identity. In this episode, learn how to identify the patterns of negative comparison in your life. 

Transformation Tip:  “Comparison is the thief of joy.” - Teddy Roosevelt 


Comparison is a tool - it can be healthy or destructive.


When it comes to negative comparison, don’t take the bait!


How do you know if the comparison is helping (upward) or hurting (downward)?
If you can be inspired and motivated to be better (upward)If you’re comparing achievements (downward)If it leaves you feeling inferior (downward)

Comparison leads to performance orientation. When comparison makes us feel inferior, we then feel like we need to prove our worth through performance. 


Our self-expectations can develop into a super image of what we think we need to be, but we will ALWAYS fall short of that image because there will always be someone we think is better than ourselves.


Transformation Application:  This week catch yourself when you start comparing. Ask yourself whether this comparison is causing you to think upwards or downward.


Coaching Resources:
http://www.stevechuaintl.com
http://www.petecoaching.com/
https://www.insightoutcorp.com/
 
Connect On Social:
Steve Facebook 
Steve Instagram
Steve LinkedIn
 
Pete Facebook
Pete Instagram
 Pete LinkedIn
Connect On Social:
Podcast Facebook Page


Steve Facebook


Steve Instagram


Steve LinkedIn


Pete Facebook


Pete Instagram


Pete LinkedIn

29 min