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Stop Playing the Comparison Game | Fridays with Kristen

April 16, 2010 in Blog, Uncategorized | 4 Comments

In all areas of our life it’s so easy to look around at what others are doing and wish that we could be doing that too. Whatever it is. Whether that’s being a full-time photographer, staying home with your kids full-time, going on that vacation that your friend just got back from.

It’s all too easy to get wrapped up in this negative cycle, ESPECIALLY if you’re in a career field like photography where you’re constantly putting your work on display for others to see. Stop playing the comparison game & hear what I think about it:

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Do you find yourself playing the Comparison Game? How do you think that it effects your attitude and your outlook?

  1. Gina says:

    Totally been there and constantly working through this. Thanks for sharing. It’s a great message and good to know that we are in the sameish boat.

    Happy Friday.

  2. This is a really good topic to cover…I definitely struggle with this as well. Thanks so much for sharing your insight and thoughts on the subject! :)

  3. The video was great! Thanks for the reminder!

    Just recently have dumped alot of photogs from my google reader just for the simple fact of clearing out all the clutter & noise so I can see more clearly what my vision is!

    -Josh

  4. Wendy says:

    HA! I just love your personality! I actually envy you! You are so outgoing and spunky. But seriously… thank you for the reminder! I find myself doing the same thing without realizing it. It can be so discouraging to compare myself to other photographers, but I do… not meaning to. So thanks for the reminder.

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