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Lifestyle / Personal Development

Why the Key to Self-Improvement Is Not Complicated

If you want to get better or make a change, then be willing to put in the work.
- VIP Contributor
2 min read
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Entrepreneur and public speaker Ed Mylett sits down with Entrepreneur Network partner Venturer to share his self-confidence and personal development secret.

The secret? There is no secret. You can't wave a magic wand or follow some complicated formula to make changes. Instead, development is all about intent and follow-through. If you're willing to invest in the work and actively pursue your goals, you will eventually reach them. But, if you let yourself get tangled in complicated self-improvement concepts from so-called experts who have never actually done the things they talk about, you might never reach your full potential.

Click play to learn more of Mylett's views on personal development.

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