From Publishers Weekly
"Underachiever, and proud of it," read millions of Bart Simpson T-shirts in the early 1990s. But lots of adults aren't proud of their underachiever status, and Kenneth W. Christian has written Your Own Worst Enemy: Breaking the Habit of Adult Underachievement to help them overcome this habit. People who have a fear of failure and commitment, organizational difficulties or a tendency to misjudge success's demands will benefit from Christian's 15-step program, which focuses on visualizing and achieving goals. Christian is the founder of the Maximum Potential Project, an organization designed to help underachievers, and his book offers case studies and tried-and-true advice.
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"Christian does a good job describing self-defeating behaviors and pep-talking readers through groundwork for defeating them..." -- Mike Maza, Dallas Morning News, November 17, 2002
"People who have a fear of failure and commitment, organizational difficulties or a tendency to misjudge...demands will benefit..." -- Publisher's Weekly, September, 2002
"This is a life-changing, life-saving book. [It] is the best self-help book I have seen in...20 years..." -- John Porter, Gallery, Virginia National Public Radio