How come I’m not a millionaire or better yet a billionaire like Kylie Jenner?
Wait! Pause Let me stop right there. My inner self is telling me to stop comparing myself to others. But it’s so hard!!!!!! I have dreams of acquiring massive wealth at a young age. But every time I see my Instagram feed about how people are donating money to get her to 100 million it makes me cringe.
Let me make myself clear! I don’t want to be her! But I would be lying if I said that being worth 900 million dollars doesn’t make me jealous. That’s right I’m jealous and I’m not afraid to admit it.
Again my inner self is saying why do you care? Focus on yourself, you will be a billionaire too one day.
But I can not deny the feeling of jealousy, however I can redirect this feeling of jealousy into motivation. I have goals (a lot by the way) of my own that I need to achieve for my own happiness. Worrying about some else’s net worth will not make me a millionaire or a billionaire but it has definitely lit a fire under my a$$!
You have to give credit where it’s due.She is an entrepreneur, mother, and businesswoman. Regardless if she used her fame and family’s name to her advantage.
This blog post is not about Kylie Jenner, it’s about channeling your insecurities into motivation. Jealousy is an emotion that you will feel every once in awhile. Embrace it, and use it to your advantage. Whether you use jealousy as a motivation or as a inspiration, don’t let it stop you from achieving your goals. And don’t let jealousy stop you from being a positive individual.
I am choosing to use my jealousy as a positive motivator to be a better person for myself and emotional well-being.
FYI: jealousy is not my only motivation.
I’m just gonna say it.
I will be a millionaire before I’m 30! I will be featured under on Forbes 30 under 30! I will be the youngest black woman billionaire.
Anyway shine bright my beautiful gems! Talk to you ladies next time on Cat’s Candid Conversations!