New eBook: 26 Ways To Be Selfish A Guide to Living A Selfish Lifestyle
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New eBook: 26 Ways To Be Selfish A Guide to Living A Selfish Lifestyle

New eBook: 26 Ways To Be Selfish A Guide to Living A Selfish Lifestyle

When I tell someone the title of my book is 26 & Selfish I get a range of responses.

Some people are automatically drawn to the title

While others give me blanks stares and looks of confusion.

Then I am met with the infamous question

“What do you mean when you say Selfish?”

I can admit the word selfish has had a negative association. Being Selfish, by my terms, is a positive self-fulfilling experience.

 

I want people to stop feeling as if they have to meet everyone else’s needs and expectations. I know I’m not alone in neglecting my needs and it’s time to take your life back; shift your focus back on self.

The next question that follows is;

“How do I live a Selfish life?”

 

I have so many responses to this one question. I was inspired to I write an eBook dedicated to guiding others on the path to living a selfish lifestyle. My new eBook entitled, 26 Ways to Be Selfish, gives  26 habits to live selfishly. Trust me you’ll never question the term Selfish again.

Here are three things you can do to start living a Selfish life starting today:

1. Stop Thinking Being Selfish Is A Negative Thing

Selfish doesn’t have to mean you’re an egomaniac. We sacrifice a lot, but taking care of yourself should not be one. Do not let someone make you feel bad about you doing what’s best for you. When you put yourself first everything else will fall into place.

2. Self Talk

Talk to yourSELF! It can be out loud or mental notes.As human beings we naturally talk to ourselves, the majority of the time being in our minds. While we are self-talking we have to be aware of the things we are telling ourselves. So whatever words I’m feeding myself, whether positive or negative, will affect my attitude, focus, and work ethic. What does your conversation with yourself sound like?

3. Find a Mentor

No matter what your line of work may be, find yourself a mentor! The purpose of a mentor is to help you develop your strengths, and weakness, both personally and professionally. A mentor provides you with the constructive criticism that is necessary for growth. Yes, you may know yourself to a T, however, you do not always see your own potential and having insight from an outside source will only lead to growth.

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New Ebook: 26 Ways To Be Selfish A Guide to Living A Selfish Lifestyle

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Thanks for reading. Stay Selfish.

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