Sorry you disagree about having your uniqueness showing through to others as a way towards your own success. It’s not the typical ”be happy and you’ll be successful” advice that you’re seeking, and has been written about ad nauseum. To disagree with the article is one thing, fine. But to give a blanket statement that it’s ”bad advice” is a bit over the top. I see nothing wrong with encouraging a person to express who they are to the world and show themselves in their true essence. If you want to argue semantics on wording, then you’re just being nitpicky. Thanks for reading!