I bet you are like me. Somewhere in your home or office there is a large pile of self-help books, cds, and dvds. In addition to this physical pile of resources there is a folder on your hard drive full of ebooks, pdfs, audios and interviews, also filled with amazing information…and you have never looked at over 90% of these resources
They looked enticing. They looked valuable. They looked like they would improve your life.
Somehow we never get around to using to them.
This is a common problem. (So much so, at one point in my notes this interview was entitled “Are you addicted to self-help resources?”)
In this interview I talk with EFT Master Maggie Adkins about how we can best do self-directed improvement work. The issue is not concerning having access to tools (we all have too many tools and resources), but instead about how we approach the process.
Maggie shares many practical ways to show us how we can take advantage of the materials we have, using them in a constructive way to ensure that we are moving forward and not just creating a pile of resources that are collecting dust.
Guest: Maggie Adkins
Contact: web @ MaggieAdkins.com.au; email @ firstname.lastname@example.org;
About Maggie: Maggie is an EFT Founding Master and also now an AAMET Master Trainer of Trainers as well as a certified TBT (Trauma Buster Technique) practitioner. Maggie’s full bio