Programmed, hammer-blow injunctions to ""reject the illusion of autonomy,"" ""acknowledge the true roots of your behavior,"" recognize ""the six basic robot roles"" for which your parents have programmed you--and, via ""a short dose of self-analysis,"" dispel desires ""predicated upon infantile illusions"" and depend on yourself. The positive example is Dorothy in The Wizard of OZ--as contrasted with Judy Garland in real life. . .and such ""classic"" or ""archetypal"" cases of preordained self-destruction as James Forrestal Jr., Ernest Hemingway, John DeLorean, Judas, and Jesus himself. ""A web of unconscious forces, beginning with beliefs imprinted upon his brain as he lay in his crib, caused him to seek a prophetic family destiny."" Out of elements of of Freudianism and behavioralism, Wareham (Secrets or a Corporate Headhunter) has constructed a simple, rigid, all-encompassing scheme--with some of the allure of all such. But persons who take it seriously are likely to be left angry at their parents and angrier at themselves: the ""short dose of self-analysis"" won't root out basic personality problems and Wareham's change-your-life remedies (""Take a new job,"" ""Pursue a new interest,"" etc.) won't alter deep-seated drives.