The Biggest Reason Most People Don’t Succeed

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Envy. We all know the feeling. We see someone doing well. We should be happy for them. But we’re not. Instead, we wish we had what they have. Which is tragic, because we don’t see the hidden costs. At least, that’s certainly the case with me and my success. Listen, I’m not saying I’m hot stuff. It’s just that a combination of personality, age, and some success has made me a target of envy before. And every time…

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Businessman (myika.co), MMA fighter, poetry fan.<mika@myika.co>

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Mika Yeap

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Businessman (myika.co), MMA fighter, poetry fan.<mika@myika.co>

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