The Prison of Good Reputation

Happy Thursday!

Welcome to another video episode. I’m trying to make my videos less like, “Hey, look at me, I’m so awesome. Don’t forget to like, subscribe, comment, and share,” and more like, “Hey, this is something I learned that has helped me. Hope it helps you as well.”

Let me know if it’s working :)

The Inner Scorecard

Which would you rather? To be the most intelligent person on Earth but considered the stupidest? Or the stupidest person on Earth but considered the most intelligent?

Human beings are, in large part, driven by the admiration of their peers.

We seek to satisfy a deep biological need by acting in such a way that we feel praise and adulation; for our wealth, our success, our skills, our looks.

It could be anything. The trait we are admired for matters less than the admiration itself. The admiration is the token we dance for.

But, this can have some serious ramifications in your life.

Warren Buffett says, “The big question about how people behave is whether they’ve got an Inner Scorecard or an Outer Scorecard. It helps if you can be satisfied with an Inner Scorecard.”

Enjoy this episode, and if you learn something new, don’t forget to tell me about it.


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