By Susan Baroncini-Moe Published Dec. 20, 2013 8:30 a.m.
“Comparing yourself to other people is always a losing game, because there’ll always be someone who’s more successful than you are. There’ll always be someone who does something better than you do. Where you stand relative to other people isn’t nearly as important as where you stand relative to where you could be standing if you realized your full potential.”
About Susan Baroncini-Moe | Susan Baroncini-Moe is a business and marketing strategist who consults with companies to help them gain visibility, improve the way their businesses are run, and train their staff to implement key marketing strategies. She regularly speaks to audiences of all sizes, and she and her businesses have been featured in Inc.com, Fast Company, Redbook Magazine, USA Today, MSN Living, American Express Open Forum, Social Media Examiner, Investor’s Business Daily, Chicago Tribune, and Yahoo Finance, as well as many other online and offline publications.www.BusinessinBlueJeans.com