Maxwell Maltz was a pioneer in the self-help market with his revolutionary book, “Psycho-Cybernetics.”  Written in 1960, this book was a true trail-blazer to a generational audience of reflective people who were looking for alternate methods for coping with low self-image.  As a world-renowned plastic surgeon, Maltz’s patients were always working on their exterior which got him to thinking about the true rationale behind “repairing” oneself.  In his ground-breaking book, Maltz devised a methodology for examining and subsequently reviewing internal self-image as a means for a healthier, happier life.  In this discussion, host Chris Flisher discusses the re-issue of this important book with editor and writer, Mitch Horowitz.