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Is ‘Productivity Dysmorphia’ Stopping You From Enjoying Your Successes? | Inc.com

Being successful is one challenge. Actually feeling successful is another.

Without context, success is a meaningless word. Does it mean a particular bank balance or fancy title? The admiration of others? A level of impact on the world? A state of mind? The ability to sleep comfortably at night knowing you’ve lived up to your own values? There is no way to independently answer these questions.

Find out more here in an article by Jessica Stillman: Is ‘Productivity Dysmorphia’ Stopping You From Enjoying Your Successes? | Inc.com

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