Reading Self-Help Books - Deepstash

Reading Self-Help Books

  • Pick at least three concepts from every book and put them into practice immediately.
  • Don’t blindly follow the author’s advice.
  • Question everything and ask yourself, how can I adapt this to work in my life?
  • Go in with an open mind.
  • Find three things you can test and find one thing that will stick in the long run.

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