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The Aladdin Factor Paperback – October 1, 1995
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Be forewarned, you will need to read this book several times in order to absorb all the wonderful, practical, and life altering information presented within it's pages! Who knows, maybe you'll follow suit and find a partner to work with you through the book the second time you read it. A friend of mine and I have each read the book and plan on starting our New Year off right by doing the exercises and sharing our self-discoveries with each other - chapter by chapter week by week. If you are serious about applying the information in this book, YOU will not be sorry! However, this book is so rich and so informative that if you read it at least once, you will see changes in your life if you apply the material AND you will learn how to ask for and receive the things that life holds for you!
Now on to the content of the book, throughout the first two sections of the book the authors creatively include their wisdom and the lessons they wish to bestow upon the reader hidden in the story of Aladdin and the magic lamp with the genie.Read more ›
But it goes much more than that. Jack Canfield's story about himself (right in the begin of this book), shows you that even asking FROM YOUR OWN WIFE, needs to be done is a proactive manner.
Anyone who has any issue with asking, whether from your employer, your employees, your peers, your family and even yourself! Should read this book today! You don't have to live your life being afraid to ask. There is another way. This book shows you how.
Zev Saftlas, Author of Motivation That Works: How to Get Motivated and Stay Motivated
From the contents:
- The Five Barriers to Asking: Why we don't ask for what we want - Knowing how to ask, who to ask, what to ask for - Ask at home, at work, at school, the world, yourself, a higher power
After reading this book, I boldly asked where I would have been silent before. It is amazing how much you can create for yourself if you're willing to ask for it. I liked this a lot!
The book talks about asking questions in your life. If you're not happy with the way things are ask questions to get to where you want to be. It shows that people aren't used to you asking questions and that's a lot of the reason things happen in our lives.
I saw my life take a new and completely different direction after reading this book. It wasn't that hard to implament either. Well, at first it was. But then, I remembered the book and what it was saying. IT's okay to ask questions... so I would push forward in a business situation and it amazed me how many doors open when I pushed a little harder!
I guess also since it was told in story form it helped making it a faster and more enjoyable read. That's why I've always enjoyed the Once Minute Manager stories and Ken's newest ones about Raving Fans, et al.
This book along with Feel the Fear and do it Anyway, The Richest Man in Babylon and the Wealthy Barber are the books that I would recommend to anyone asking me: How should I start my OWN personal library.
This is the type of book that I plan to hand out to people that I feel can appreciate it. Along with: The Wealthy Barber; Feel the fear and do it anyway; the Richest Man in Babylon and How to get Filthy Stinking Rich and Still Have Time for Great Sex!
A great way for a young starter to get a GREAT library started for themselvs... or a person whose gotten things going but is stuck in the mud and can't move forward. This book will help.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a timeless book. I've pulled it off my shelves and a moral booster for 8 years or more.Published 3 months ago by lmkb
This book should be put as #1 on your reading list. It's a great book full of amazing quotes and wonderful narratives. Really love it!Published 3 months ago by Luke Myers
Not a great book. I was reading it and at first, it was great. Until page 134 is where I lost interest. Author just gives stories of others in this book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by noel
Great seller. Not as big a fan of the book. The "Ask for anything" approach to life isn't for me.Published 4 months ago by A_Guy_Named_Guy
I gave this book to my son that is 28 and a bit lost in his life. I was really inspired after reading this book and felt it may help him. Read morePublished 6 months ago by VicLan
The first few minutes were not very engaging but I may find time laterPublished 7 months ago by Craig Roberson