by Maxwell Maltz
When I was a teenager, my mother tried to get me to read this book. Because I was a bit rebellious, I refused to comply. Some years ago, I finally picked this book up, and read it. I then used it to repeatedly hit myself over the head (gently), saying “I wish I’d read this when I was a teenager.”
This is a great book to explain how the subconscious mind works, and how our success mechanism works. It is a classic that
never gets outdated. The author was a plastic surgeon who used what he called “self-image psychology” with some of his
patients. You may have already read this book. If you have, I encourage you to pick it up again.