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SELF IMPROVEMENT

No, Self Help is Not Selfish

People don’t use self-help to become self-absorbed

Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash

There’s a little bandwagon going around right now bashing self-help for being selfish. The argument seems to be that it’s all about your ‘self’ – the clue is in the name after all – and that working on yourself doesn’t provide any value to the world besides you. Therefore…

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Alexander M. Combstrong

Alexander M. Combstrong

Research-backed ways to change your life for the better. Out now: The Confident Introvert’s Handbook. Actor/screenwriter. Forge, Better Humans, Mind Cafe.

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