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Discussion on: Powerlifting has made me a better developer. (Part 1: Interpersonally)

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khansameer295

True that Kayla.
Photography has helped me in a similar way. Whenever I go on the streets photographing, it makes me feel that no matter what we do, how hard we work, there will always be someone who is a great deal better than you in some way, you are just one from the millions. Thinking too much about this race to always stay ahead takes you away from your goal, takes your focus away from working on your own self and what you are doing instead is worrying about all the things you have absolutely no control over. Working on my hobbies has taught me how to love what you do without worrying about the external factors I have no control over.

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Kayla Sween Author

Absolutely! We’re all different and are at different places in life. It’s so easy to get caught up in thinking there are people better at you, but it’s important to take a step back and try to look at it from the outside.