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Are you too ambitious?

“Healthy” ambition develops personality, builds a spirit, does not agree to go back to what we have, but it urges us to strive for what we want, and it is disastrous when it becomes obsession and addiction.

By definition, ambition is a desire for emphasis, success, recognition … and as such has a positive connotation, it is stimulating and constructive. However, psychologists argue that ambition is good only when it is in accordance with the capabilities of a person, when it is real and not directed against someone else, because in this case it becomes a destructive force that can completely destroy our lives and make us petty, unhappy, mocking, ever-dissatisfied people. It is also important to develop the competitive spirit, as well as the rules of fair play, to stimulate the child intellectually in all possible ways and allow him to explore his curiosity. If you “kill” curiosity, the ambition will eventually become weaker and eventually disappear.

  • Do you have a competitive spirit?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Are you a fair play player?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Are you too ambitious?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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  1. at my age & all I’ve been through in life I have learned not to expect too much
    I just go with the flow & except what comes from it cause things just happen
    when you work at them & learn how to except things the way they are in life.

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