I'm currently reading 'The Big Leap' by Gay Hendricks(You are not allowed to view links.
Have you ever had a feeling of things going your way, just for circumstances to abruptly shift polarities? Making something unexpected happen that turned your good times into bad times? Be it a seemingly external influence or you sabotaging yourself?
He writes about how to stop yourself from self-sabotaging, and getting into your 'zone of genius'. He claims to never have had a truly bad day for the last couple decades of his life - nor having an argument with his wife. I believe him. Writing about and touching upon the same core truth that Kevin Trudeau, Stuart Lichtman, Napoleon Hill and others have written about before him, but from a therapist's perspective. His writing gives you a fresh take on the old classic, although now rehashed, new-thought, law of attraction type of philosophy. He writes about something he calls the Upper Limit Problem, which he basically sums up as "An upper limit problem is if you don’t know it’s OK to feel good and have a
good time, you’ll do something to mess up when things are going well"
Check it out if you feel inclined.