" I have many interests, but self help — or personal development as I think of it — is one subject I’ve read the most about over the years.
I’ve devoured hundreds of books and audio programmes by the likes of
Napoleon Hill, Steven Covey, Tony Robbins, Wayne Dyer and many others.
One thing you can’t help but notice if you study personal development to any level is the amount of repetition — the same concepts conveyed in a different manner.
Now that’s not necessarily a bad thing — after all someone once said “repetition is the mother of all skill”.
But one side-effect of all this repetition is that truly unique concepts really stand out.
And ‘Self Help Meeting’ certainly does that. It contains some quite provocative ideas (which have practical application) that I’ve never read or heard anywhere else.
Afterwards you may find yourself thinking and acting differently — and you may also stop ‘beating yourself up’ for things you’ve either done or think you shouldn’t do.
If you have any interest in self help/ personal development then I highly recommend you give this a try.
Let me know what you think about it.
PS. I’m not being paid to recommend this — and I won’t ever use this blog to
recommend anything that I have not seen, used, read or experienced first hand.
As published on Ed's Blog on the 24th of
July 2007 - used with permission of the author.