What are the underlying reasons behind high achievers, the very successful, ex

  1. gmwilliams profile image86
    gmwilliamsposted 3 years ago

    What are the underlying reasons behind  high achievers,  the very successful, extremely ambitious, &

    people who are overachievers &/or multifaceted winners are viewed negatively, even seen as evil, materialistic, unscrupulous, greedy & less authentic/pure people while the low achievers, the least successful, & /or unambitious, on the other hand, are viewed as more authentic people, even viewed as less worldly & are more spiritually evolved?


  2. cjhunsinger profile image75
    cjhunsingerposted 3 years ago

    I would think that as one has a talent to become a pianist, one has a talent to be an independent thinker and absent the need for group approval. Most people possess an inherent need to live within the confines of the group, and most people will gravitate to that group that best defines their own character. The old sitcom Cheers says it best, "Where everybody knows your name."
    There are those, however, that will shun the group altogether and those who are  com pulsed to start there own group, as Sam when he bought his bar, the businessman, the independent thinker.
    The independent thinkers, high achievers and dreamers are  possessors of talents as rare as those of the likes of a Monet, Chopin and Einstein.
    Greed, insecurity and jealously always point a finger at the achievers.

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