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6 Simple Success Secrets

If you want to be happier, do better at work and have richer relationships, make these emotional tweaks

Charlotte Haigh MacNeil

Do you have an idea of the sort of person you want to be but keep slipping into bad mental habits? It can seem daunting to keep trying to be more assertive, diligent, open or confident. But making some small, practical changes can be all you need to do to transform your outlook – and the way the rest of the world responds to you, says Nigel Cumberland, author of 100 Things Successful People Do (John Murray Learning, £9.99). Here are some of his top tips.

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