Focus on Your Successes as Well as Your Shortcomings

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Many people struggle to receive praise. We might also not speak about or take credit for our successes. Either we’re shame-based or we just don’t want to be “that person” who never shuts up about how great he or she is. But it’s actually OK to talk about your successes — especially if you’re willing to acknowledge others who’ve contributed. In fact, this is recommended if you want to get ahead in your career and life. To learn more, check out this interesting article by therapist Stephanie Woo Dearden.

Don’t Let This One Habit Undermine Your Career and Mental Health