Sara Haines | Overcoming the Comparison Trap

09 Jul Sara Haines | Overcoming the Comparison Trap

Join my conversation with Good Morning America’s Sara Haines to help you avoid the comparison trap on this episode of the DREAM. THINK. DO. podcast

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There are many reasons why we don’t pursue all of those awesome dreams that we have, but one of the biggest happens when you compare yourself to others. You see how incredible your friend’s life looks on Facebook, believe you don’t measure up, and get sucked into a downward spiral of negativity. It’s time to stop! And here is where you can discover how. Joining me on this episode is my hometown gal pal, the amazing Sara Haines.

Through lots of hard work and some conquering of fear, Sara earned her way up a television network to become one of the most adventurous contributors on Good Morning America. She’s here now to give you her personal techniques on how to combat comparisons and fight fear.

“I think the second you believe … you’re entitled to something, you’ve just lost it.  You’ve lost the magic.”

Discover a day in the life of Sara Haines (sneak preview: it involves the Rock). Then learn her strategies for stopping the comparison game, including the importance of staying humble and how to put on horse blinders. Sara also dives into the pitfalls of fear, and how she overcomes her fears as a regular part of her dream job.

“The thing that reminds me I matter is the reflection back in someone else’s eyes.”

Comparing yourself to others is a temptation that we all face, but that doesn’t have to bring you down. Find out how to fight the temptation so your dreams can thrive. Listen now so you can gain the confidence to do all of the cool stuff you were put on this planet to do. They are YOUR dreams, and only YOU can accomplish them!

2 Comments
  • Patrick Parker
    Posted at 19:33h, 10 July Reply

    Another great Sara Haines interview. Keep her coming in for these.

  • Jan Chappell Davis
    Posted at 18:18h, 08 August Reply

    Enjoyed yalls’ interview. Very impressed with Sara’s humbleness and her positive attitude towards her work no matter what her job title was. So many people today tend to only apply themselves just enough to do the work and nothing more. Great job guys!!

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