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1635: You Don't Have to Be the Best

7m · Calmer in 5 · 31 Jan 00:51

There is a predominant belief in the U.S. and many other parts of the world, and it is a huge cause of stress. It’s the misbelief that we need to be the best at what we do. It is a thought that is perpetuated in almost every facet of life; definitely in advertising, and definitely in the workplace. Today I talk about how this leads to anxiety and how to rethink this crippling understanding.

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