How to remove the obsession of comparison as an entrepreneur?

According to Wikipedia, Emotions are biological states associated with the nervous system brought on by neurophysiological changes variously associated with thoughts, feelings, behavioral responses, and a degree of pleasure or displeasure. There is currently no scientific consensus on a definition. Emotion is often intertwined with mood, temperament, personality, disposition, creativity, and motivation.

For entrepreneurs, emotions have a different definition. Fear of failure, fear of rejection, and fear of competition hurts startup founders more often than not.

Entrepreneurs are also emotionally driven by comparison.

“Why does she always seems to get the better things, when I’m a better person?”

“She” who you are pointing out to be the less deserving is focused on the good, better, and positive things that life has to offer her. When you focused on what you consider to be negative about her you are bringing yourself negative energy.

You are draining yourself of positive income with negative intake. Envy is a negative emotion. It can be very harmful to your emotional account when active. Deactivate what you envy about someone else by pressing the delete button. Replace it with “better things are coming my way.” Balance your self and withdrawal that account and don’t allow the negative to close your positive account. You activate that emotion by not allowing your self to make a positive deposit into your emotional account.
For you honestly, you are attracted to fear. You fear the worst and focus on “why not?” instead of “how can I?” Your fear is probably because the project may be too hard, It might hurt, somebody might see me, it might not work or you can’t afford it. Start designing and creating yourself and seeing yourself differently if you want different to come. Design your account to reject negativity, let it be forbidden.

Whatever is bringing you negative energy, it’s time to reverse, reject it, and distance yourself as far away from it as possible. Start by adding what can work in your favor, by adding favorable thoughts and start planning what it will take to get what “you” deserve.

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