'Subscribe to my blog for the low-low price of $299...and I'll show you why all blogs are worthless!'
Don't know about you, but I'm getting increasingly irritated with bozos like this, and their pitches that basically go, "All self-help is b.s....but here's a program (i.e., mine) that will really help you succeed!"
I'm reminded also of the proliferation of Secret alumni who, as the economy collapsed around us, began hawking second-generation Secret spin-offs of their own devising that either provided the missing "key" to the Law of Attraction, enunciated some sub-law that somehow got left out of the original, or otherwise explained why Byrne's Boondoggle didn't quite work as expected. (Our friend James Ray was part of that.) What colossal hubris! And what colossal stupidity on the part of any consumer who helped make such a program a winner.