Isn’t it draining how you can’t tell a lot of people your plans?
Because they might pray on your downfall?
I’m the type of person that gets very excited when I have good news.
I tend to want to tell everyone I love because I feel like they should share the moment with me.
However, I’ve started to notice that a lot of people believe telling others your plans or good news isn’t always a good thing to do.
Below, I seen this tweet on Twitter and I started to think.
Nowadays, people are saying it’s best to just wait until your good news becomes reality in order to share them.
I guess this way it won’t matter whether they want you to win or not because you already have.
Wouldn’t it be nice to show your struggle, so when you win, it’ll feel like a big victory?
Wouldn’t it be nice to show others that you CAN start from the bottom and still win?
I don’t know how I feel about just coming out on top.
It doesn’t feel authentic and relatable to me.
What do you think?
Am I missing the point?
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