Comparison Is The Thief Of Joy

“Comparison is the thief of joy.” This quote from Theodore Roosevelt is short, but extremely impactful. It’s easy to fall into the trap of comparing your life with others. The neighbor has the new car, the big house or the fancy lifestyle. However, falling into this comparison trap is the very thing that rips away the joy and appreciation you should have for your life and your journey.

In this week’s moment of clarity, Chief Leadership Founder, Charles Celano, reminds us to steer clear of this by focusing on all that you do have and all that you have accomplished. Don’t let comparison steal your joy!

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Chief Leadership
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2 Comments
  • Brent Newbanks
    Posted at 10:51h, 29 March

    Great point Charles! A much needed reminder. Have a great week!

    • Chief Leadership
      Posted at 10:55h, 29 March

      Thank you Chief. I appreciate the feedback and you have a great week as well!