Bad Advice that Sounds Good in Self-Help Books, TEDtalks, Podcasts, and Motivational Seminars

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There’s a lot of bad advice that sounds good in most of the media we consume.

It sounds good because the job of the people who create this kind of content is to inspire people who consume it. If you package and promote anything this way, it’s easy to convince people that it’s good advice.

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