Addicted to Self Improvement Programs?

Published: 23rd July 2007
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Are you a self improvement junkie?
Do you do have more than 3 of the following self help addictions:

Are you on more than 3 self help newsletters?
Do you peruse the self help section of your local bookstore?
Do you know "The Secret"?
Are you a loyal follower of Dr. Phil? Dr. Laura? Any self-help guru with a Dr. in front of their name?
How many self improvement books do you own?
How many audio self help programs do you have?

Do you pay for the latest program or book but don't use it consistently for at least 30 days?

I feel your pain. I've been there too. Okay, I'm STILL there.

Fortunately, I've been able to take my addiction and develop a business out of it by reviewing self improvement products. Now I get fresh products and books sent to me on a regular basis to critique and include on my website or newsletter.

You may not be so fortunate. But don't despair. I am here to tell you that wanting to enhance yourself is not a bad thing. In fact, man has been searching for enlightenment since the early eastern philosophers like Siddhartha and Confucius.

The person that is not looking to enhance themselves probably has very limiting beliefs and is not willing to change. They are the type of people that would benefit most from self improvement. So don't regard your pursuit for self improvement as a bad thing.

The answer is to take action or apply the new insight you are aquiring so you will really see some self improvement. That is the key difference between a self help junkie and a self help performer.

If you are looking to get started in any self improvement course, start small. Sometimes trying to devote a whole hour a day to meditation, or brainwave entrainment can be too much to fit into your day.

For information about a brand new program that only takes 7 minutes a day to work self improvement thoughts into your subconscious, click on the link below. You'll be taken to a review site for a free 30 trial of this simple yet highly effective program.

Remember, self improvement is an ongoing process but something that requires action - everyday. Use this chance to create some change in your life.

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