Best Self Magazine

Editor’s Letter: Issue 19, Lewis Howes

Kristen Noel, photographed by Bill Miles

Dear Best Selfers,

Let’s just put it out there. Sometimes we can’t help it, and our preconceived determinations about people, places and things get out ahead of truth. It’s called being human. We see something, we make a snap judgment, that ol’ brain of ours working overdrive.

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