Society & Culture:Relationships
Leveling up is good news for you: you may get that long-awaited promotion, find your life partner, or find success in your business. However, it can leave friends, coworkers, family members, or other relationships you have with a "bitter taste in their mouths," so to speak. Jealousy, gossip, and victimization may ensue, making you wonder "what happened?" or "why are they acting so differently towards me?". In this episode, we talk about the reasons why this happens; as well as give you 4 tips to continue succeeding even with push-back from people we are close to.
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