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Isolation. Segregation. Seclusion. How to combat the dream killer.

In today’s digital world, it’s easy to feel isolated at times. From food to work, everything seems to be automated, making human interaction become less and less common for the average person’s day to day life.

Combating this is vital if you want to succeed, in any industry. Isolation is seen by many psychological experts as the “dream killer,” claiming that isolating yourself from people, no matter what you’re doing professionally, is a recipe for disaster.

That’s why it’s as important as ever to find support. Whether that be a class at a community college, or a support group with weekly meetings, it’s important to have a feeling of unity and community in your life.

Don’t know where to start? No worries! What’s important is to start with thinking about what your interests are. Do you like to paint? Try taking a painting class! Have a passion for music? Try joining a community band or choir.

Model Rosa Angélica for The Dream Killer feature in Merrymen Magazine Volume 5
The Dream Killer for Merrymen Magazine Volume 5 - Photos by John Harrison

The bottom line is that if you want to succeed, whether it be in a business setting or any other kind of industry, it’s important to have a support system to help you along with the many challenges and trials that you’ll face. If you find it harder and harder to connect or even communicate with people on a day to day basis, it might be time to find a new support system that will ensure that you do not fall into isolation habits.

Isolation. Segregation. Seclusion. How to combat the dream killer.

In today’s digital world, it’s easy to feel isolated at times. From food to work, everything seems to be automated, making human interaction become less and less common for the average person’s day to day life.

Combating this is vital if you want to succeed, in any industry. Isolation is seen by many psychological experts as the “dream killer,”…

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