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Find a champion to help you stay engaged and to encourage you when you struggle. Your champion could be someone close to you in your personal life, a professional development coach or a trusted mentor at work. The idea of this tip is to make sure you have a strong support mechanism in place to help you stay focused and engaged in your personal development goals.
Ask your friends and family for honest, positive feedback on your character. Earnestly requesting feedback is much different from simply fishing for compliments. Explain that you need help discovering things about yourself that make you a good friend, or what you could work on to become a more reliable and supportive friend.
Therapy is the answer for many with serious problems. Self-help books can be useful for many small problems, but they won't help you tackle the bigger issues which could be haunting you. For some people, they have much more success when they can talk openly about their problems. Reading a book won't let you have a dialog the way therapists do.
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