How to Become the Best in the World at What You Do
Benjamin P. Hardy

Benjamin P. Hardy love your posts and their content, but these typo-laden articles give me an off-putting impression of carelessness which ultimately detracts from your oft-inspiring messages. Am I the only one who sees the irony in his work — considering it’s from someone who self-proclaims to be “on of the top writers on” on his linkedin?

If you’re giving advice about how to be the best, please act like it — if you want to be taken seriously, that is.

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