For years, Peter Voogd was the frustrated 20-something at the back of the room, listening to successful people speak and envying the characteristics he saw in the speaker. “I"d catch myself thinking there"s no way I could do anything he does. He"s a different breed. He"s born different,” Voogd says. That"s when he realized the detrimental comparisons had to stop.
“Comparison is the ultimate misery,” Voogd says.
“Most people spend the first half of their life saying they"re too young. And the second half saying they"re too old. Don"t do that. I want you to be 70 or 80 years old and look in the mirror with no regret.” —Peter Voogd
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