Business Tips: Don't Let F.O.M.O. Get To Your Head #Shorts

Business Tips: Don't Let F.O.M.O. Get To Your Head #Shorts

Awesome Tip: Don't Let F.O.M.O. Get To Your Head #Shorts



#Shorts Can we please debate FOMO … I get so many messages on people being sad about missing out on shit, even during Covid, where most people aren’t traveling or at festivals, I’m getting constant messages 1-212-932-5731 and DM’s of people being sad that they aren’t at this or their friends are that … enough… understand that many people do things for the “fit in” learn to be happy when yourself and by yourself, it will matter long term

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16 Replies to “Business Tips: Don't Let F.O.M.O. Get To Your Head #Shorts”

  1. Some people just want to live their lives to have a good time not to work all the time or chase money. Neither are wrong. Do whatever gives you satisfaction

  2. I have a life that I’m proud of, but I have fomo for not joining the military. Is this something I should potentially sacrifice a lot of what I have now in the hope that it will satisfy my sense of self? Or is it something internally that I’m missing, not the “SOF/mil” purposefulness

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