Don’t Be Self-Centered

Me-ism is the grand slayer of countless billions of relationships. Being self-centered is usually viewed as one of the most unappealing personality traits in a potential friend, lover, or business partner. Self-centered people typically put themselves first, only care about their own wants, and often are incapable of seeing another person’s perspective and needs. For any type of relationship to endure the test of time, it must be mutually satisfying and beneficial. Successful relationships are always based on an even balance of give and take. It does not make a difference whether it is a friendship, love, or business; everyone involved must have something of value to bring to the table so to speak. Our society seems to be headed in the wrong direction in regards to this ugly trait, so take an objective look at yourself. If you focus on self-improvement in this area, you’ll definitely see improvement in all of your relationships and even in your business dealings.

This is an excerpt from the book:

199 Ways To Improve Your Relationships, Marriage, and Sex Life

By L. B. Sommer



199 Ways To Improve Your Relationships, Marriage, And Sex Life

6" x 9" Paperback $12.99

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