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The penalty of success is to be bored by the attentions of people who formerly snubbed you
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"The penalty of success is to be bored by the attentions of people who formerly snubbed you"

- Mary Wilson Little

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This quote speaks to the concept that success can feature a price. When somebody accomplishes success, they may discover themselves in a position where they are no longer snubbed by individuals, however rather are swamped with attention. This can be a tough modification for some, as the attention can end up being frustrating and tiresome. It can be tough to manage the newly found attention, as it can be tough to differentiate between authentic adoration and individuals who are just attempting to get close to someone due to the fact that of their success. This quote works as a reminder that success can come with its own set of difficulties, and that it is very important to be mindful of how one deals with the attention that comes with it.

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Mary Wilson Little This quote is written / told by Mary Wilson Little between December 2, 1866 and March 25, 1957. She was a famous Writer from USA. The author also have 9 other quotes.

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