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Redefine Your Success
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Society has some very wrong-headed ideas about what constitutes success. You need to unlearn the negative and sabotaging programming from public education and even adulthood. Learn to redefine your success and what you consider as centerpiece of your identity and life’s purpose.

REDEFINE YOUR SUCCESS

Make sure you don’t place yourself in situations that can destroy you —

●Toxic credentialism
●Onesmanship
●Workism
●Hustle porn
●Performative busyness
●Work Martyr Mentality
●Money-centric mindset and babbittry

Take out time to reflect. Practice more self-gratitude and unplug from the world whenever you feel tired. Remember life is per head and you are here to enjoy it to the fullest. Don’t allow society to give you a template for success. You are here to shine at your own pace.

It is okay to go through life at your own pace. Keep it simple, everybody can shine including you and please shine at your own pace. Ignore the background noise. Social media pressure is seeping into people’s life experiences now, whether we’re consciously aware of it or not.

Redefine Your Success

We are all guilty of being too hard on ourselves, maybe working long hours, training too hard, staying in stressful situations. Please, be kind to yourself. Don’t let this world stress you. Talk to yourself using positive affirmations because you are the captain of your life.

Remember you only have one life. One can die anytime but don’t be the one drag yourself to the grave because of work martyr mentality and ‘I must do what society says.’

Relax
Enjoy life
Stay around positive people
Do what makes you JOYFUL.

Repeat this: Enjoyment fits me well.

Read also;
1. Nobody Is Self Made
2. 20 Things Life Has Taught Me
3. What Is The Biggest Inhibitor Of Success

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