The Real End Goal of Self-Improvement — And Why Most People Fail

What is the point of becoming better?

Photo by Jonathan Borba on Unsplash

At the age of 16, I became obsessed with self-improvement.

It all started with a gift from my older brother. One day, he gave me a book: The Game by Neil Strauss.

You gotta read this. If you don’t know how to flirt with hot girls, this book

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Jack Krier

Jack Krier

Writer. Photographer. Nomad. I write about entrepreneurship, remote work, and personal growth | Youtube Channel: https://bit.ly/3v1EOhN

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