I suggest you take a deep breath and dive into this book. Fogel’s hard-earned wisdom could transform your life. This book will help you put those debilitating inner voices to rest so you can reach your creative potential.
Stuart Gabriel: Director of Ziman Center for Real Estate, UCLA, and Arden Realty Chair and Professor of Finance, UCLA Anderson School of Management
Steve Fogel dissects and examines the human decision-making process and the mental barriers that prevent us from flourishing—personally and professionally. In My Mind Is Not Always My Friend, he outlines the importance of awareness and commitment to overcoming self-destructive, self-defeating behavior. Steve’s book is an important read for us all.
As a psychiatrist, I found Steve Fogel’s book to be a deeply honest and realistic guide to help you recognize how you think, feel, and behave and how the problems you face today are rooted in your past. It’s also a useful took that can assist you in making necessary changes to improve your experience