I've read many a self-help and psychology book in my time and this has to be the absolute worst I've read. I picked it up because of all the 'wonderful' and 'marvellous' reviews it gets, but when I read it I began to wonder if those reviewers ever actually read the books they rate. It is fair to say that this one has some underlying sensible ideas such as positive thinking, pushing yourself out there and 'just doing it' - all good and sensible ways to help oneself, but the authors manage to wrap all the basic advice up in a sugar-coated American evangelistic 'secrets of the stars' wrapper, presumably to pad the pages out and sell it to a gullible and needy public. I got as much out of the Amazon summary as I did from the book, without having to wade through the unnecessary BS and thinly disguised religious overtones. Save your cash and choose something else.