New Book is a Real Mind Trip

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Readers travel through their own mind field to discover "Who Are You Really"

Hard economic times take their toll on more than just people's wallets and 401(k) accounts. Self confidence, self esteem and drive rapidly erode away as people lose their jobs, or stress about losing their jobs. "Who Are You Really: How to Take It Out of You," aims to curtail this mental and emotional erosion and rebuild people's determination for personal freedom and success.

This new, nonfiction book, by Tyler Seamons, outlines a process that equips readers with tools to explore their own mind. These tools empower the reader to overcome the depression, doubt and self destructive habits that shackle their potential in careers and relationships.

"My inspiration is to change lives, to see people move beyond what they think is possible and transform into something amazing," said Seamons. "I am trying to reach anyone who may be stuck, feel deflated by habits they can't seem to overcome, have goals they can't seem to reach, or behaviors they feel enslaved to."

"Who Are You Really" uses relatable scenarios to show how people internalize situations their mind and how these internalizations can negatively or positively affect careers, relationships and personal growth. Seamons peppers the pages with personal anecdotes that make the book readable, and mind exercises that make the goals attainable.

"When people read the book, and are willing to do the process outlined they can bring about positive changes," said Seamons.

"Who Are You Really: How to Take It Out of You", is now available in paperback at and


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