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Old 01-03-2017, 05:12 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by GtrsRGr8 View Post
Real question: do you make any distinction between "self-help" and "self-development"? It seems like "self-help" leans toward psychology and "self-development" leans toward things that will create business success. Of course, there would be a lot of overlap between the two (Illus.--if Charles Manson were released, he'd probably have trouble getting a job. ha).
Nope - I lump self-help, self-development, leadership, business management, career skills, motivational, inspirational, and anything else to improve one's lot in life all in the self-help category.

I don't discount its value to others, but to me, it's all worthless.
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