- Paperback: 500 pages
- Publisher: Thorsons/Element - GB (23 February 2005)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0007195087
- ISBN-13: 978-0007195084
- Product Dimensions: 15.3 x 3.3 x 23.4 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 581 g
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
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Janet Switzer is a marketing expert and one of America's top speakers and coaches. She's counselled more than 50,000 companies and entrepreneurs worldwide and is founder and editor of Leading Experts e-news magazine. She has a particularly loyal following of women entrepreneurs.
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More importantly, I learned to unlock the potential that was hidden inside me all along. I learned to feel the fear and do it anyway. I learn to ask for what I wanted, embrace new opportunities, seek out and mentor others, and take 100% responsibility for my life. My only regret is that I didn't find out about and start reading this book much, much earlier in my life.
I read this book 5 years ago. My life will never be the same, but you cant just read it you have to apply the methods to your life and take action.
My results thus far thanks in part to this book:
Met and married a wonderful person
Quadrupled my income
Cut my time working in half
Started giving back to the community
Im closer to my family
Bought a new home
Paid off my car
This book can and will change your life if you apply what you learn in it.
The first three principles can be difficult to hear because they are about YOU taking responsibility for your life instead of blaming others for your circumstances. After that, they become more and more empowering; by the end, you really do understand how much you ARE capable of achieving, and you feel motivated to take action. I've listened to the book several times now and I plan on doing so periodically for the rest of my life.
I highly recommend this book for ages 14 and up. My daughter is 7 and she actually requests to listen to him sometimes, because the stories he tells are interesting and easy-to-understand. I've incorporated the principles into my daily life and share them with my employees as well. Both my husband and I feel that we are better parents, business owners, managers, and leaders because of The Success Principles.
But Jack Canfield takes this one step further. He writes about the Law of Attraction, saying we draw to ourselves what we most think about. Do we think about not being able to pay our bills? Then that's what we are drawing to ourselves. Do we think most about our bad health? Then that's what we are drawing to ourselves.
For those who do not accept Jack Canfield's point of view, (1) we cannot argue his success, and he didn't start out from any better position than anyone else, and (2) if the Law of Attraction really is a Law, like gravity, then it might be wise to rethink how we are responding to our world.