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The Achievement Lie

Perhaps the biggest lie perpetuated in the self-improvement world is that achievement = fulfillment.  But we know well-loved, uber high-achieving people who were still unhappy and unfulfilled (Robin Williams for example).

Chasing and achieving success are not bad things, unless your happiness is completely contingent on them.

Define and chase fulfillment instead.

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