Season 1, Episode 10: When & Why Self-Help Fails

In this, our first Sunday episode, your host, Michael Neeley will take you on a discovery of the reasons why your efforts at personal development (self-help) have fallen short or missed the mark.

While the self-improvement genre continues to grow by leaps and bounds, do you ever wonder why people keep devouring the material? Wouldn’t it be reasonable to assume that if the books (or workshops or seminars) were working, that we wouldn’t ever need to buy another self-help book again?

YET, statistics have proven otherwise.

From my work in the development of my book, The Art of Forgetting, I have distilled the challenge down to three basic elements, which I share in this podcast episode.

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2 thoughts on “Season 1, Episode 10: When & Why Self-Help Fails

    • Thank you, Katherine!

      I appreciate your feedback and I look forward to sharing this conscious journey with you.

      Big love,