What is it that keeps us from asking for what we want? So often, the things that we want in our lives elude us for one very surprising (and deceptively simple) reason. We don't ask for them. From a higher salary... to a better bargain... to a little more help around the house, there are all sorts of desires that we harbor but never achieve, when the fact is, we haven't taken the most important step of all. Now, from the brilliant team who created the best-selling Chicken Soup for the Soul series of books, Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen, comes an all-new audio program that addresses this perplexing yet universal condition - The Aladdin Factor: How to Ask For and Get What You Want in Every Area of Your Life.
The Aladdin Factor teaches you solid, proven techniques for blasting through roadblocks to reach the rewards that lie beyond. You'll learn how to shed self-limiting thoughts, and feel strong and deserving of the things you want. You'll discover how to ask and who to ask in different situations... at home, at work, in shops, on the telephone. You'll master "the technology of making an effective request," and get a tantalizing glimpse of how different life is when you start asking. Hansen and Canfield weave their sound advice together with inspirational stories of the "Masters of the Lamp"- people who have succeeded in getting what they want by applying the seemingly simple tactic of just asking for it. You'll recognize yourself in their stories, and realize just how much is out there waiting for you.
©1999 Jack Canfield,Mark Hansen (P)1999 Nightingale Conant
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I love books that push you and force you to see the potential God has place inside of us. I was taught to work hard and figure it out on your own. Ask opens up a whole array of possibilities for me. This book is straight forward practical and usable.
We generally don't have because we don't ask. The authors do a great job of teaching both the mindset and the process of asking to attain what you desire. They cover business, personal, and even consumer relationships.
It's a book with valuable insights.
"I wasn't going to buy this book...at first."
This book is a great book to listen to.
I adore Jack and Mark both.
I didn't think I was ever going to read this book because, who needs a book on asking? Well, I did. It was great motivation and information for me because in business and in life, asking is everything. Reading this book was eye opening.
"loved it !"
I couldn't be happier with this book. I have listened over and over and will keep listening. I get more out of it each time.
"Worth the Listen"
Classic Canfield and Hanson. Worth listening to due to their energetic and playing off each other reading.
"What is this? Certainly not a book"
This is terrible wish I could get my credit back! More like a podcast lol just 2 guys talking back and forth swapping stories not tying them in to the fundamentals of what they are trying to convey in a manner that is inspiring or interesting.
One of the most relevant books for today. I can honestly say it's life changing
"Easy listening and inspiring"
My headline says it all. I've been a long time reader and follower of Tony Robbin, Dr. Wayne Dyer, etc. and this book is along that similar vein. Except it's more easily digestible as the principles are taught through stories and anecdotes. Hence, you'll be absorbing the info even while you listen while doing to chores like what I do. Highly recommend if you're new to the motivation, self-help field. And even if you're a veteran of the teachings, it's a great supplement.
I read this book years ago but this was magical to have Jack and Mark share their stories and knowledge they Audible books. I will listen over and over and will highly recommend it to others
"I Love the Stories "
Loved it. I am very grateful for this book. I found it very informative and enlightened.
"Ask and it is given "
Ohh wow!! Honestly just ask, ask like you already have it! Thanks Mark and Jack x
This book has inspired me to ASK. When you ask you are given. I've never been good at asking and I know that because of this I've lost out on a lot. Having said that, it's never too late to begin. The bonus with listening to the audio is that you get to hear Jack Canfield and Victor Mark Hansen tell their stories in a way that only they can!
"Couldn't stand the talking"
It felt like listening to 2 sales men on and on. I just could not take it listening to it gave up after 2 chapters!
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