By Morty Lefkoe
How many times have you attended a personal growth workshop, or listened to a self-help audio course, or viewed a set of DVDs designed to change your life? Given the type of people who usually read my blog, probably most of you.
And how many times did you get a high when you completed the program … that dissipated shortly, leaving you almost where you were before you started?
Based on what many of you have told me, an awful lot of you.
Why don’t these courses that usually offer such valuable information produce lasting change?
Based on everything we know about change, they should.
But what if our assumption about what produces change is wrong?
> Continued: Why Self-Help Often Doesn’t Work … And What Does