Personal Growth

Personal Growth: The Right — And Wrong — Way to Share It With Others

May 28, 2013

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You have gifts to share with the world and my job is to help you get them out there.

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Ever experienced something like this?

You: “Mom, you should read this book. It’s totally life-changing. It’ll help you be happier and less negative and judgmental.”

Your Mom: “Who the heck says I’m negative and judgmental?! Maybe if you listened to me more and actually did something useful with your life…”


When you find yourself growing by leaps and bounds after discovering self-help, it’s natural to feel an urge to share it with everyone — especially people you think could really use it.

But as you may have discovered, spreading the good word ain’t always welcomed.

In fact, sharing anything in the realm of personal development can spark fights and cause some major relationship problems.

If you’ve ever tried to share your new “lifestyle” with someone you love and gotten a less than optimal response…

You’re gonna love today’s episode of MarieTV.

Because in life, there is a right — and wrong — way to share ideas that can help others. Especially if those ideas come anywhere near the land of self-help.

Watch now to learn two vital keys to being true to yourself and the positive impact you can make on others without coming across as pushy, preachy or annoying.

Now, of course, I’d love to hear from you.

Have you ever tried to “show people the light” and had them resist?

Did you change your approach and how did it go?

Leave a comment and let me know.

Remember to be as specific as you can because your share can make a real difference to others.

Thank you, as always, for watching, reading, sharing (wink wink) and adding your genius to the discussion.


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