Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 3, 2009
Help yourself to the first podcasts to offer self-help for those who've had about as much help as they can stand. 30 Wasted Years, a popular web community for the frustrated faithful of the self-improvement gurus, will begin twice-a-week podcasts in February.
Generations have believed in the American Dream, and the evangelists of "success through personal development" have prospered in those years. You will make money and be happy, they tell you, by doing as we say. 30 Wasted Years later, those generations have come together to create a podcasting "mastermind" on self-motivation.
The concept of a "mastermind" was defined by Napoleon Hill in his seminal work, "Think and Grow Rich," as a small club of like-minded subject matter experts who meet to brainstorm about their mutual interests. Modern masterminds apply Web 3.0-enabled human interaction in a "cloud computing" concept to generate alternative thinking and thought leadership. The 30 Wasted Years mastermind was formed to question the long-held precepts of the self-motivation industy.
The weekly podcasts that result are critical, but still hopeful, discussions of the possibilities and pitfalls of self-improvement theory, presented from the pupil's perspective. The goal is to inspire subscribers to contribute their ideas to the 30 Wasted Years mastermind by unraveling their personal philosophies and revealing the tangled webs woven through their psyches by the mesmerizing self-motivation marketeers.
Subscriptions to the 30 Wasted Years podcasts are free of charge through the web site. Shows can be accessed online or downloaded to a portable device for mobile self-motivation and personalized personal development. Success can be yours, you can make money, and there is a lot of truth in what the self-help gurus tell us. The 30 Wasted Years podcasts cull reality from the myths of those popular self-improvement media stars using the combined knowledge of industry experts and every site visitor.
From millions of people offered a lifetime of advice by hundreds of self-motivation experts, 30WastedYears.com has created a community of self-help realists. The web site provides in-depth information on personal development and living a balanced life to help and encourage visitors to become part of the conversation. Visit http://www.30WastedYears.com to listen, learn, and be heard.