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Stop comparing! Be the best YOU! | Rachel Smets | TEDxHarderwijk

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Published on Nov 21, 2017

‘’I wish I had a career like him’’
‘’I wish I had a body like her’’
‘’I wish I had a house like them’’
Do you recognize such thoughts?
How about now, when you are scrolling down Facebook, seeing all those dream holidays, watching seemingly perfect relationships, or fabulous achievements.
Can you honestly do that without comparing at all?

It’s OK. We all compare ourselves to others, it’s normal, in fact, it’s human nature.
However, often this results in feeling bad or putting ourselves down.
The GREAT news is that you don’t have to feel bad or quit dreaming. No! On the contrary, it’s important to pursue your dreams!
So, what can you do? I’ll tell you …in this video!
Rachel Smets is a bestselling author, speaker, Lecturer International Business, and Trainer.
She has been living and working abroad for many years. This has broadened her mind, her understanding in cultures, interactions, and enhanced her flexibility towards people and places. She has learned to turn every challenge into a new opportunity.
She helps people to understand cultural nuances, and build their confidence level to achieve their dreams and goals and become the person they want to be.
She graduated from the University of Maryland (US) with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, and achieved her master’s degree in management from the University of St Andrews (UK).
Rachel loves to inspire people and help them to become their best selves! ~Life changes, and so can you!~ This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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