It seems like we’re always on the go, running to catch the bus or arrive at a destination on time. But why? Can’t we just slow down and enjoy life for once?

We are always on a race at one time or the other but we always forget that the people we are running with have a different pace as we do.

Often times, it feels like we compete with others, whether it is for a rise in pay at work, a promotion, or simply to be seen as successful.

While a certain amount of healthy competition can be motivating, too much of it can lead to feelings of insecurity and inadequacy.

It can really be tough to agree that we are doing our best and we are not missing out. However, a quick reflection on how far we have gone while focusing on those beneath us will give us a lot of reasons to appreciate our little effort.

It is also important to have a clear understanding of what your goals are and why you are working towards them. Without this understanding, it is all too easy to become bogged down in the daily grind and lose sight of what you are trying to achieve.

Another is to consider the people in your life who you admire and why you admire them. Ask yourself what admirable qualities does this person possess that you would also like to have?

In addition, it is utilitarian to think about your values. What do you prioritize? What are your core beliefs? Once you meditate on these things, you will more than likely begin to comprehend a clearer version of yourself and what exactly it is that you aspire to become in life.

If you find yourself constantly comparing yourself to others, it’s important to take a step back and remember that everyone is on their unique journey.

Instead of fixating on what others have that you don’t, focus on your accomplishments and what makes you special. By doing so, you will be able to silence your inner critic and live a happier, more fulfilling life.

Never get yourself involve in a rat race.

The rat race can be stressful and fast-paced, making it difficult to maintain your health and happiness.