Yea I’ve grown to dislike any article that offers an opinion disguised as a fact, which is very common in self-help. Writers will write like “10 habits to do every morning”, throw in a few quotes, stock images, a study or two, and BANG the claps roll in, but meanwhile I have no idea if the writer has taken his own advice. What was his own experience? There should be a cultural rule imposed on self-help. If a writer hasn’t practiced what he is advocating for… for at least a month then he shouldn’t advocate for it.

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