Success can often feed into our egos and get inside our heads. We achieve something awesome in life, and we begin to feel a toxic sense of superiority that can last for days, weeks, months, and even years.
There’s the old saying that “success changes people,” and for many people that may be true. We commonly see successful athletes, musicians, actors and celebrities act in reckless and immoral ways simply because they feel their success entitles them to whatever they want.
Don’t let success bring out the worst in you. Learn to manage it and keep yourself grounded even when you’re out there doing amazing thing. Here are the key ways you can avoid becoming intoxicated by your success.