Julius Caeser often felt inadequate. At times, he would compare himself to Alexander the Great who died at the age of 33. Caeser didn’t become a Roman Consul until he was 40. He crossed the Rubicon and eventually become emperor, but not until he was 51. The lesson? Do not trap yourself in comparisons to others, make your own path, and never get involved in Italian politics.

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