If everyone’s lives were all the same the world would be pretty boring, right?
So then why is it that we constantly compare our lives to other peoples’ to see how we measure up?
When it comes to comparison, one of the trickiest areas is our finances.
It’s inevitable that you’ll make more money than some of your friends, and that some of your friends will make more than you.
But how does the discrepancy affect your friendship? When you find out that a friend of yours makes more than you, do you feel bad?
When it comes to matters of money, comparing ourselves isn’t a good idea. But, there are some ways that finding out your friend makes more than you can actually be a good thing.
In today’s episode of Financial Freedom Friday I’ll tell you how to not get sucked down the comparison rabbit hole of despair and instead, how to use income discrepancies in your social circle to help you.
Click below to watch the episode.Comparison is the thief of joy. ~Teddy Roosevelt (Tweet it!)
Over to you:
Have you ever let comparing yourself to others steal your joy? How did you feel? Which one of the tips I shared in this video will you use next time – or do you have one of your own to share? Let me know about it in the comments below!
P.S. Did you miss my 2-hour online event, A Course in Having Enough, with Marianne Williamson, Barbara Stanny, and Amanda Steinberg last week? Don’t worry – it was recorded! CLICK HERE to register and get the mp3 recording so you can soak up all the #moneylove we shared.