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Find links to press releases about Self Help Collective, videos
and, er, not much else...

But first, a gratuitous YouTube video that kind of sums up the ethos of this website as voiced by Steve M Nash (that's me)


Press - what says...

Okay, here are the press releases written so far. As you'll see, I'm not that keen at writing press releases...

May 5th, 2009

A new self-help website is asking visitors to contribute their own self-help stories, to build on its principles that sharing life experiences and wisdom helps everyone. Filled with non-prescriptive self improvement tips and articles, the Self Help Collective site is the guru-free way of sharing the wisdom we all possess.

More detail of this press release here!


Press - what else you might want to know...

Well, the creator of this site is called Steve M Nash, if you didn't know already. (Yes, that M is important, even if you don't live in Canada!)

The site was actually conceived in Feb 2008 using an all-in-one hosting and site creation service called Site Build It! (now called Solo Build It!), and the first pages made their way online in May or June of that year.


I also edit a popular newsletter called the Weekly Wonder (& Monthly Marvel), where I discuss the meaning of an inspirational quote, usually shot from one of my favourite locations in West Yorkshire, England. Here's an example Weekly Wonder video, starring me, Harold Wilson (ex- British prime minister), the Huddersfield train station and the words of Leo Buscaglia...

Okay, that's pretty much it, I guess.

Oh, my contact details. Well, Steve M Nash can be contacted, via:

Contact form

Steve Nash Ltd
Huddersfield Media Centre
7 Northumberland St,
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)1484 660532

Email: Steve_hat_ selfhelpcollective_dotcom :-)

Thanks for reading so far, and for putting up with my (mildly amusing) British sense of humour...



PS You'll most likely find the latest site updates reflected in our self-help blog!

PPS And this is a link to the Self Help Collective YouTube channel