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Seeing things as “fit”

Is it better to rent or buy?  Start a business or get a job?  The better question is: What’s a better fit for me?

The truth is, your exes may never find anyone better than you.  But they may find someone better for them than you.  The company you applied to may never hire a better candidate than you.  But they may hire someone who is a better fit for that specific role, time, location, salary, interest level, motivation, capability, control of their calendar…

You’ll stop judging so harshly, and will see the abundance of opportunities available to you, when you view life through the lens of “better/worse fit for me” and stop seeing the world as though there’s such thing as universally good or bad, better or worse.

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