Lessons from the "Seinfeld" school of self-improvement

10/25/2011 | Harvard Business Review online

If your flaws are standing between you and success, the good news is that the solution is simple -- do the opposite of whatever hasn't been working for you, just like George Costanza did on "Seinfeld," writes Scott Edinger. "But if the path is simple, mustering the will to follow through consistently often is not," Edinger writes. Doing the opposite will take a long-term commitment, and you will get better with practice, he writes.

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