Most personal development and success stories are b.s., but they aren’t intended to be.
When you succeed, it’s easy to romanticize the process looking backward. You tend to smooth out the rough edges of your story.
I write personal development books. I’m in the business of giving advice through my experience, but I can only tell you what I’ve done, what I’ve learned, and what I’ve experienced.
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