The Best Self-Help is Free

G. Stolyarov II
First Edition Published in 2008
Second Edition Published in 2013
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The Best Self-Help is Free - Second Edition - by G. Stolyarov II



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Public-Domain Cover Art by Albert Bierstadt (1865): Looking Down Yosemite Valley

The Best Self-Help is Free is not your conventional self-help book. Instead of leaving you poorer for purchasing it, this book can only benefit you at no monetary cost to you and with no strings attached.  G. Stolyarov II – author, actuary, philosopher, and rational individualist – presents common-sense, reason-based approaches to improving quality of life, enhancing productivity, and clearly perceiving fundamental realities in the face of widespread obfuscations, fallacies, and illusions. Unlike many self-help books, this one will not attempt to diminish you, break you down, or build you back up in the author’s image. Rather, it is written as a set of respectful deliberations on self-improvement from one fundamentally decent, intelligent person to another, based on the author’s own experiences and discoveries of approaches that truly work to achieve results.

This is the Second Edition of The Best Self-Help is Free, made available (of course) for free. The majority of this 85-page treatise was originally written in 2008. The Second Edition includes five new chapters, written in 2009 and 2012.

The Second Edition of The Best Self-Help is Free is available in PDF, MOBI, and EPUB formats.

 

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