Useless self-help tips that don’t really work
Change your perception: Even when confronted with new facts, people are reluctant to change their minds.
Learn a new skill: Learning a new skill is simply an experience.
Cry it out: If crying comes natural to you, then do that. But don't force it.
Use meditation or yoga to bring you into the present moment: While yoga and meditation have their benefits, they're not the only way to bring you into the present.
Do what you love and the money will follow: The problem is people love the same few things, such as arts and sports.
Express your feelings through a creative outlet: You shouldn't add more things to your to-do list when you have to maintain your life.
Don't say you don't have enough time: If you have a full-time job, or you're a single parent chances are you won't have much time to work on your side business.
Focus all your energy on something you can actually control, and don't dwell on what you can't: You can't focus your energy on anything if something is eating you up.
Give yourself a rant window: You don't need a window for this. Let yourself vent for as long as your system desires.
Never give up: This is one of the worst pieces of advice. Sure, you shouldn't quit something with great long-term potential.