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Self!sh: Step Into a Journey of Self-Discovery to Revive Confidence, Joy, and Meaning
Create your inspirational playbook for life.
Self!sh | adj. | taking time for oneself every day. Some might call that selfish. We say own it. This is your personal playbook for your mindset. Your tool kit to cope and grow. It’s unique to you. It gets you back to the best of You. Yes, it’s a good thing to take care of yourself. You’ll bring more of what you cherish and value to the world and those around you. That’s self(ish).
Chances are, if you’ve picked up this workbook, you are looking for a mind shift. You want more out of life. This book will guide you to develop a sense of worth tied to your intrinsic value, your character, and your principles. You will gain clarity on what is truly important to you, what motivates you, and what gets you emotionally charged to live the life you want.
“The selfhelp section just got a makeover and it’s courtesy of Stephanie Szostak! This is an interactive guide of evolution, mental health and wellness and self-exploration (though I am sure it could also be impactful if used as a couple!). We need this now more than ever- a book that is part diary, part story, part experiment in self. SELFISH is just what the doctor ordered! I started it excited to answer the questions, and ended it thinking in a different way. This book will help people, I am certain of that!”
—Dr. Jennifer Ashton, ABC News Chief Medical Correspondent and co-host of GMA3.
“We are living in the midst of a mental health crisis. Post-pandemic life has turned out to be much more difficult than we could have imagined and all of us have suffered in ways that we are now just realizing. Self(ish) is a practical, easy, accessible, step-by-step that addresses where we are, where we want to be, and how to get there. Enjoy the experience of learning more about yourself and becoming the person you deserve to be.” — Antonio E. Puente, PhD, 125th President, American Psychological Association and Board of Directors, Give an Hour