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I went to a bookstore and asked the saleswoman, 'Where's the self-help section?' She said if she told me, it would defeat the purpose.
I do believe in self-help.
Self-help books are for the birds. Self-help groups are where it's at.
I've experienced several different healing methodologies over the years - counseling, self-help seminars, and I've read a lot - but none of them will work unless you really want to heal.
I am the first person to go to Barnes & Noble and buy the new self-help book. I like to fill out the surveys, then I get my friends' opinions on how I answered to see if I was being honest with myself or not.
The spirit of self-help is the root of all genuine growth in the individual.
I'm totally into new age and self-help books. I used to work in a bookstore and that's the section they gave me, and I got way into it. I just loved the power of positive thinking, letting yourself go.
I'd been very partial to Malcolm X, particularly his self-help teachings.
I'm not a fan of self-help books - how can something be 'self-help' if the book itself is purportedly helping you?
Any book is a self-help guide if you can take something from it.
Music is gathering. Taking our scattered thoughts and senses and coalescing us back into our core. Music is powerful. The first few chords can change us where no self-help books can.
When I look for self-help books for myself, I used to be scared that I was going to pick up a book that would depress me even more.
I think that there is a tragic misfit at the core of me, and I've just done a lot of work on myself. I love a good self-help book; I've read a ton of them. I love self-help seminars and therapy and all that.
So many self-help ideas are like meringue - you take a big bite, and there's nothing there.
I never read a self-help book except for the Bible.
I'm not that into reading. If I'm gonna read, I'm gonna read some cool sci-fi book or something, not some stupid self-help book.
Business coaching and the personal development and self-help industry is considered to be one of the booming industries today.
The Europeans had made two promises to the United States if Marshall Plan help was forthcoming. The first promise was maximum self-help on the part of every country; and second, maximum mutual aid.
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