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Here are some key learnings from The Courage to Be Disliked:

Here are some key learnings from The Courage to Be Disliked:

We are all driven by a desire to feel significant and this desire shapes our behavior and personality. According to Adler’s philosophy, humans are driven by a deep-seated need to feel significant and meaningful, and this need shapes our behavior and personality. When we feel significant, we are more confident and resilient, and when we feel insignificant, we may feel anxious or depressed. By understanding this fundamental human desire, we can better understand our own behavior and find ways to cultivate a greater sense of meaning and purpose in our lives.

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