Have you ever felt the nudge to compare yourself to someone else’s life? As an entrepreneur, they don’t tell you about the part where comparison likes to creep in at a moment’s notice. Comparison is the process of constantly evaluating our own behavior, thoughts, emotions, relationships, businesses, houses, clothing, looks, and lives to each other. Whew! It’s one of the most damaging internal narratives we can have. With comparison comes fear of failure and fear of not being or doing enough. It can be so debilitating.
So, if you’ve ever gotten caught in the comparison trap, know you are not alone! I hear you, I’ve been there, and so has my guest, Tess. I’m so thrilled to share Tess’s story and insights into her own comparison experiences, how it affected her as a photographer, and what steps she took to create a shift.
Enjoy this chat amongst friends! Tell me have you ever compared yourself to someone?
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About the Guest:
Tess is a documentation photographer based in Austin, Texas. She graduated from UT with a degree in Journalism and Cultural Anthropology. Tess knew she wanted to share diverse stories through photography, so she pursued her venture as a documentarian photographer in 2014. Tess is passionate about capturing the important moments in life: from weddings to your typical day in a life.
Follow Tess Rolli on Instagram, check out her website here.
Book: Atlas of the Heart by Brene Brown
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