We can often be our own worst enemy by creating false equivalencies about the conditions we face, writes Orchard Advisors CEO Elizabeth Crook. False equivalences come when you take a generally positive characteristic and overemphasize it, so look at your values and which ones you might be relying on too much, she suggests.
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