How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others
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Do you ever find yourself feeling depressed after scrolling on Instagram?

Did a friend's promotion ever fill you with envy or self-doubt?

Are you comparing yourself to others and know it needs to stop?

If any of the above resonate, you'll love this quote - it pretty much says it ALL:

"The reason we struggle with insecurity is because we compare our behind the scenes with everyone else's highlight reel." - Steve Furtick

Bam.

In this Work Happier Weekly (on Facebook Live) I dived into the following:

  • The most important thing you can do to end the madness of comparison

  • My own shame around comparison and how depressed I got when a colleague of mine went on Oprah (and how I got over it)

  • A valuable (and FREE) exercise to help you get clear on what you should be paying attention to

You can watch it here.


Best,
Stella


What I've Been Up To

This summer I had the chance to speak at Dow Jones, The Wall Street Journal, Comcast, Happify, BizLibrary and Steel Partners. I ended the summer with a big bang, delivering the opening keynote to nearly 900 Corporate Wellness Professionals at the WELCOA Summit. It was electrifying!

Want me to come speak to your team or organization? I offer workshops and keynotes both in person and via webinar. Email me or let's chat to explore the possibilities. My 2020 calendar is already getting booked up!


Stella Grizont founded Woopaah because life is too precious to be bored or miserable behind the desk.

As a speaker and executive coach, Stella Grizont works with overachievers who are seeking deeper career fulfillment and with organizations who are dedicated to elevating the well-being of their employees.

In the last 14 years, Stella has coached over 1,500 individuals in over 24 countries. Some of Stella's corporate clients include Google, Johnson & Johnson, VMWare, and Genentech.

Her unique approach to being happier and more engaged on the job has been featured on MSNBC, The Today Show, NPR, Entrepreneur, and Vanity Fair. Stella was one of the first 150 people in the world to earn a master in Applied Positive Psychology (aka the science of happiness) from the University of Pennsylvania.

She lives in New Jersey with her husband and daughter, who continue to teach her what life is all about.

Want to work with Stella? Let's chat