Feeling down, alone, or confused about the direction you’re taking in life? Looking for some serious self-reflection? Imagination TV has the answer to your personal-growth needs. Built around the world’s most famous self-help motivators, educators and authors, the network’s 24/7 hosted programming is geared to both inspire and entertain people who need a bit of inspiration in life.

Imagination TV was founded by business man and self-improvement pioneer Steven Samblis. He’s has brought in top names from the self-help industry, and embarking on a serious project. The network is also beginning production on an impressive slate of original content for the network.

The channel is available free via FilmOn.com—the largest digital television provider with over 40 million unique users a month.

“In the $9.84 billion self-improvement market, more content than ever is flooding the market, and some extraordinary content is becoming lost in the noise,” says Samblis. “There needs to be a singular, free of charge, multi-media accessible point where consumers can experience the best messages on the planet. There needs to be a place where people that are true fans and believers in the power of self-improvement can find the best of the best. Imagination TV delivers this.”

Imagination TV joins FilmOn Networks massive content offering of 600 linear channels and ownership of the largest privately owned film archive on the planet.

“We are extremely excited to add Imagination TV to our offerings, ” says FilmOn’s SVP, Programming Kim Hurwitz. “Having hosts guide the viewer through Imagination TV’s programming will be a game changer for the self-help industry. It will do for the self-help industry what MTV at its inception did for music.”

Greg S. Reid is the author of over 45 books, including 28 best sellers such as, The Millionaire Mentor, Positive Impact, and Wake Up, Live the Life You Love. He is an entrepreneur and has produced five movies including Think and Grow Rich—Three Feet from Gold. (The film, set to air on Imagination TV, is based on the classic book by Napoleon Hill.)

Greg Reid said about Imagination TV… “I am so excited to a part of the launch of this innovated TV Network. A hosted Self-Help TV Network can offer a unique voice in the industry and help viewers gain a greater perspective about the shows they are watching.”

Simon T. Bailey is the former head of the Disney Institute, and current head of Brilliance Institute, Inc. He has authored seven self-help books, including Release Your Brilliance. His Imagination TV series, “Simon Says Speak: How to Win and Influence Audiences,” will focus on helping his viewers overcome speaking anxiety.

You can watch ImaginationTV and view its programming schedule at http://myimaginationtv.com/

  • Briar

    This is an interesting concept and something that could potentially help a lot of people. I never really got on the self-help bandwagon, but if someone gets a positive message out of it that helps them improve themselves, that’s great.

    • Maheni

      I don’t jump on it either but at the same time what if it is just another setup designed to keep people watching the “boob tube” and less time being outdoors and getting in shape? I see the good and bad that can come from this. It might be worth checking out but I do foresee some people getting addicted to it just as easy.

  • LittleButterfly

    Being a lover of self-help books myself, I will definitely check out this channel. I know that self-help books/gurus are not everyone’s cup to tea, and there are certainly plenty of charlatans out there that only offer stock answers to the most complicated problems, but there are also plenty of great authors out there that offer some great information and methods to really improve your life.

  • SelenaJ25

    I’m definitely going to check this TV programing out. I feel that there are a lot of people that could benefit from this kind of information and the fact that it is a free TV program makes it even better and more accessible to all individuals that it could possibly help.

  • Cuppycake

    I will definitely be checking out the show. I think that it is great that they are doing it and I am sure people will be able to learn something from it.

  • justphilip

    Though not really a self-help fan, I do really think we need more such channels especially considering the increasing number of suicides and shootouts. Programs aired by these channels might just talk some sense into those who are about to commit dastardly acts.