Self-Improvement Market Booms While America Gets More Overweight and Depressed!

Life Coach Devlyn Steele, Innovator of Social Media and Self-Improvement Markets Including, Available for Immediate Comment on Phenomenon That Is Undermining America's Health and Future

SANTA MONICA, CA--(Marketwire - July 23, 2007) - According to Marketdata Enterprises, a group that tracks major cultural trends, the self-improvement business is expected to hit $12 billion in the U.S. by 2008. But a recent IHRSA/ASD Obesity/Weight Control Report also says that "63% of Americans are overweight with a Body Mass Index (BMI) in excess of 25." Why the discrepancy?

"Most people see depression and obesity as a problem they need to accomplish by themselves," said Devlyn Steele, life coach, Tools To Life. "Traditional self-help programs lack support. It's only through guided self-help and support from others in the same situation that empowers successful change."

Inspired by life changes he has personally guided and a passion for the Internet, Devlyn developed Tools To Life (, the first and only free online guided self-help program that incorporates social networking to empower people wanting to change. With a growing number of users and hundreds of life-changing testimonials every day, Tools To Life offers forums, support groups, blogs and more to stay in touch with people across the world who are overcoming depression, anxiety, obesity, eating disorders, addictions, relationship problems -- with real results. Tools To Life also empowers those who are looking to create success or improve in all areas of their life, including career and relationship.

Contact Information: Devlyn is available immediately to address these and other life-changing issues by contacting: Brenda Christensen Terpin Communications Cell: 818/307-6722