Here's the scene: A forbidden part of your psyche (the eel) spills the beans and tells you the truth about self-sabotage. Hearing the incredible story, you begin to see yourself in a new light. The motivation behind your negative thoughts and behavior finally makes sense. We've all asked the questions: • Why did I do that? • Why is my inner critic so bad? • Why doesn't self-help work for me? On the surface, self-sabotage can't make sense. Why would people get in their own way? Life is hard enough! Still, we somehow manage to be our own worst enemy. And knowing this isn't enough to fix the problem. Your Achilles Eel is a self-help book with one purpose. Like a good engineer, it defines the core problem well before attempting to solve it. If you wonder what causes self-defeating behavior, this book will tell you. When you understand, solutions present themselves. Don’t expect magic. Expect an aha-moment that reveals a clear path forward. "A well-defined problem seeks its own solution." ~ Engineering maxim If you're frustrated with yourself, but can't change your mindset, you're missing information. The real problem lurks beneath the surface. This book will reveal it. Fascinating and potentially life-changing, Your Achilles Eel explores a psychological phenomenon that sets many of us up for chronic negativity and unhappiness--and offers a simple solution to overcome it. I wish I'd read this two decades ago. It's brief, but powerful! Lori Deschene Founder, TinyBuddha.com Have you experienced problems that won’t go away no matter what you try? Do you make decisions knowing they aren’t in your best interest? The simple concept in this quick read could be the aha-moment you've needed. After reading Your Achilles Eel, ask yourself: • Do I understand self-sabotaging behavior in a new way? • Do I know what to do now? If you answer no to either of these, you can email the author for free advice.