Self-Help Has A Lot in Common with Religion, Including Fake Gurus

2 fundamentally useful concepts frequently abused

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I am not a religious person but I wouldn’t call myself an atheist either.

I do believe there is a higher power, or simply destiny or something beyond our control that also isn’t sheer chance.

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Thinker, finance professional, loving husband, a doting dad, fitness enthusiast! MBA in Finance & Marketing and Comp. Science Engineer. www.themaverickfiles.com

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The Maverick Files

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Thinker, finance professional, loving husband, a doting dad, fitness enthusiast! MBA in Finance & Marketing and Comp. Science Engineer. www.themaverickfiles.com

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