The Aladdin Factor: How to Ask For and Get Everything You Want

The Aladdin Factor How to Ask For and Get Everything You Want Personal happiness creative fulfillment professional success freedom from fear and a new promise of joy they re yours for the asking Anything is possible if you dare to ask and The Aladdin Factor

  • Title: The Aladdin Factor: How to Ask For and Get Everything You Want
  • Author: Jack Canfield Mark Victor Hansen
  • ISBN: 9781559273657
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Audio Cassette
  • Personal happiness, creative fulfillment, professional success, freedom from fear, and a new promise of joy they re yours for the asking Anything is possible, if you dare to ask and The Aladdin Factor will show you how The Aladdin Factor is the magical wellspring of confidence, desire and the willingness to ask that allows us to make wishes come true Blending candorPersonal happiness, creative fulfillment, professional success, freedom from fear, and a new promise of joy they re yours for the asking Anything is possible, if you dare to ask and The Aladdin Factor will show you how The Aladdin Factor is the magical wellspring of confidence, desire and the willingness to ask that allows us to make wishes come true Blending candor and humor with philosophy, motivation and solid information, The Aladdin Factor explores every aspect of how and when to ask, including The 8 reasons people won t ask for what they want The key points to getting what you want Who to ask, and what to ask for The 10 benefits of asking How to deal with rejection The secrets of power askers.With inspirational stories about people who have succeeded by asking for what they want, this program shows you how to turn your life around no matter what kind of obstacles you face And with this knowledge, you can reap the riches of a truly well lived life, a treasure that comes not from an enchanted lamp, but from the heart.2 audiocassettes 3 hr analog, 1 7 8 ips, Dolby processed.Authors readers Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen.

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    1. Jack Canfield Mark Victor Hansen

      Jack Canfield is an American motivational speaker and author He is best known as the co creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series, which currently has over 124 titles and 100 million copies in print in over 47 languages According to USA Today, Canfield and his writing partner, Mark Victor Hansen, were the top selling authors in the United States in 1997.Canfield received a BA in Chinese History from Harvard University and a Masters from University of Massachusetts He has worked as a teacher, a workshop facilitator, and a psychotherapist.Canfield is the founder of Self Esteem Seminars in Santa Barbara, and The Foundation for Self Esteem in Culver City, California The stated mission of Self Esteem Seminars is to train entrepreneurs, educators, corporate leaders and employees to achieve their personal and professional goals The focus of The Foundation for Self Esteem is to train social workers, welfare recipients and human resource professionals.In 1990,he shared with author Mark Victor Hansen his idea for the Chicken Soup for the Soul series After three years, the two had compiled sixty eight stories.Canfield has appeared on numerous television shows, including Good Morning America, 20 20, Eye to Eye, CNN s Talk Back Live, PBS, The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Montel Williams Show, Larry King Live and the BBC.Canfield s most recent book, The Success Principles 2005 , shares 64 principles that he claims can make people successful In 2006, he appeared in the DVD, The Secret, and shared his insights on the Law of Attraction and tips for achieving success in personal and professional life.Jack Canfield was born on August 19, 1944, in Fort Worth, TX He is the son of Elmer and Ellen a homemaker maiden name, Taylor He attended high school at Linsly Military Institute, Wheeling, WV, 1962 He went to college at Harvard University, B.A 1966 University of Massachusetts at Amherst, M.Ed 1973 Canfield married Judith Ohlbaum in 1971 divorced, November 1976 he married Georgia Lee Noble on September 9, 1978 divorced, December 1999 he married Inga Marie Mahoney on July 4, 2001 children first marriage Oran, David, Kyle, Dania second marriage Christopher Noble He is a Democrat and a Christian, and his hobbies include tennis, travel, skiing, running, billiards, reading, and guitar.

    619 thoughts on “The Aladdin Factor: How to Ask For and Get Everything You Want”

    1. Loy Machedo’s Book Review – Aladdin Factor by Jack Canfield. I had purchased this book in the year 1999, when I think I was hardly 20 years old. At that phase of my life, this book was a total master-piece. I was amazed and marveled at the wisdom contained in these pages. It is nearly after 13 years, that I am re-reading this book once again to discover, what it was that gave me such a ray of hope, strength and courage. The book is in typical Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen’s fashion [...]


    2. Highlights:1. Write 101 wishes, that I want for myself. 2. Clarify your Vision: identify items that can be done now, write individuals/institutions I can ask, place a date to be asked by.3. Write Perfect Day Fantasy.4. Relax with a Partner - Have a partner record and repeat “what do you want?”5. Stretch your Imagination - Accomplish before you die? What is broken that needs to be fixed? Identify physical needs, contribution needs, learning needs.6. Visualize the Outcome: see myself “doing [...]


    3. I guess I'd give this 2.5 stars. Writers, they are not. They are more compilers of information. And the info in this book was delivered by chapter 2. Bottom line: Figure out what you want and don't be afraid to ask for it. The Aladdin storyline was lame, though there were some good principles relayed. I just thought it could have been summed up much more quickly. Also, I think the authors should have addressed giving back. People who keep asking but never give are annoying. And just because some [...]


    4. I hated the format of this book. It was like Canfield would make a single small statement like "Be Bold" and then would add some strange quotes and anecdotes from other people all in different fonts. If you can get through the rabble, there are some good ideas in this book, like creating your own wish list, and how to ask for what you want. But the format is terrible.


    5. Goodme wisdom and great storiesHowever, I don't truly believe just saying something will happen will make it happen. Yes, if we are positive we will notice the positive and gravitate toward the positive. If we believe we can do something, we can. I do 100% agree with that. But, he made the best seller list with Chicken Soup for the Soul, not because he visualized it, but because he compiled a lot of good stories. It wouldn't have mattered if he had said 'best seller' to himself before going to s [...]


    6. This book is wonderful. Basically, it's all bout being able to ask! How to ask, why to ask, when to ask and what will you get when you ask. I think the two bring together a very amazing book on this and quite frankly I took a ton of notes. What I learned:Rejection is not the end of the worldBe specific Ask yourself how would Jesus do this?Build anastrophic imagesYou have to feel worthyDo 1 good action per dayIncrease your capacity to love.


    7. For some of us it is so difficult to ask things. Yet, Canfield and Hansen use a humourous way to teach us how to always ask in order to receive.



    8. A good study into the importance of learning to ask for what you want. Not fond of the new age bent the material promotes however.


    9. Good concepts and practices. Nearly all of the principles, anecdotes, and examples in this book were better shared and explored in The Success Principles by the same author. I would recommend the 10th Anniversary edition of TSP over this.



    10. I never finished this book. Once you read the first couple chapters, you've basically read them all. It's an inspiring compilation, but a lot of rehash of other things I have read going on. It starts out wonderful and then sort of just fizzles out.


    11. The premise of this book is pretty simple: if you want something, ask for it. Many people are unhappy because they don’t get what they want in life; and the reason that they don’t get what they want in life is that they don’t ask for it. In general, others don’t know what you want if you don’t communicate to them what you want. You may believe that if somebody loves you, you shouldn’t have to ask for what you want, that a person who loves should give you what you want and will give y [...]


    12. I start this review with a warning: I generally abhor purely self-help books. The only reason I read this was because it was a gift from my mom, so read the rest of the review with that in mind.Overall, I thought it wasn't too terrible of a read. The anecdotes were entertaining and somewhat helpful in illustrating the point[1], though I did not like the general use of the fictional Aladdin as an extended allegory---most of its purpose seemed fairly forced and not really necessary. The book also [...]


    13. The principle of asking for what you want is a great one. The only way to ensure that you will *not* get what you want/need is to not ask for it. The author drives the point home to redundancy, and I was able to skip whole chapters that just didn't apply to me (re: children and their school situations). But the repetition wasn't ridiculous; it's a self-help book, and we all know how hard it can be to change habits. The first few chapters go into detail about *why* we might be reluctant to ask fo [...]


    14. “Ask and you shall receive” is the one of the core messages of The Aladdin Factor. The book instructs you on how to identify what you want, determine who can give you what you want and asking for it in a clear and concise manner.The book also looks at the reasons why people fear asking. The Aladdin Factor states that you have nothing to loss by making a request and you might gain something in the process. It teaches that you replace no with next until you obtain what you want.The book has pl [...]


    15. this was actually a great book, for a moment i thought we go , another one of them 'good feel self help books' but the message behind this is very clear and important, ones ability to simply ask. This has been especially difficult for me in life, whether it be due to ego, martyr or wanting to show independence or self made successbut sometimes in life, when all the dust settles and is all set and done, we just gotta take a step back, relaxd have confidence to just ask and not feel like a you vs [...]


    16. buku ini q baca waktu kuliah, pinjeman dari kawan.buku bagus yang sangat kaya akan makna tuhan sisi dan sudut pandang yang lain/seandainya kita punya tuhan spt kita punya lampu aladin, yang padanya kita bisa meminta apapun, kapanpun, dan dimanapun. dan setiap permintaan kita itu, akan dikabulkan secepat mungkin sesuai permintaan. hebat bukan.karena tuhan maha berkuasa dan memiliki segalanya, tentu saja permintaan mahkluknya bukanlah sesuatu yang muskil. intinya hanyalah pada bagaimana cara kita [...]


    17. This book drew me in from start to finish. I even read parts of the genie and life lessons to my 10 year old daughter who loved it. Applicable knowledge for all ages. Especially in areas where fears often appear real. It opened my eyes to how to ask the right way so that I have the best results. I especially needed to hear the chapter on Asking at School. I applied the guidelines given and received the support I needed for my special needs daughter otherwise in my ignorance she would have been b [...]


    18. I Love this book in the sense that it made me realized that asking isn't a bad thing if you feel that you deserve something and are willing to work for it to get it. The author explains the art and magic of asking as that of aladdin and the genie in that we have to be specific in what we have to ask to get it and to be clearabout it. Truly an uplifting book as only the author of Chicken soup of the soul can do.


    19. I didn't care for the format of this book. Now I know why professors never wanted you to use too many quotes in your writing! I was expecting to hear more from the authors and less in the way of other peoples' stories. However, the main point (that if you want something, ask for it) definitely is something I need to hear. I like the philosophy and I hope I can do a better job of applying it to my life. Glad I read it.


    20. Decided to check this out,but found it a little bit boring, this has some motivating factors in it, but I was left wanting something more. It is written like you will have some great gem if you read to the end, but there is not much there. Took me long time to finish it, because in the meantime I was reading more interesting books.


    21. The heart of this book is simple: ask for what you want and you just may get it. The way it was written -- with lots of stories and anecdotes -- didn't suit my preference. But it is filled with some helpful advice on identifying what to ask for and having the courage to ask for it. I'm glad I read it.


    22. The name of the auther say it all, Jack knows exactly how to hook the reader and his books are organized and always vivid with lot of stories to clear his point.I think this is a first draft for his later book success principles but somehow i love this one more,maybe because its not 500 something page.overall a good book.


    23. Another amazing self development book that made a huge impact on my life. It's funny how many times we don't get what we want simply because we don't ask for it.If you have ever felt submissive and scared to ask for something you really want, this book will turn your life around. After reading this book you'll be asking for things you didn't even know you wanted simply because you can


    24. AS the Bible says Ask and it shall be givenis book just proves that it is true. The book is truly about asking. Asking at work? Home? School? Everywhere. It also has examples of how people asked in their life and received it promptly. Really useful for people who are afraid to ask for things in their life.


    25. Having written, "Chicken Soup for the Soul" books, the authors pen a brilliant book with a simple premise: in order to get the things you need, you must first ask for them. Through marvelous examples and stories they illustrate and teach how to do just that. Everyone should read this book; what a treasure trove of ideas!


    26. I have read this book over 15 years ago. Then, it has opened for me several doors of understanding of how important it is to go for what you want. I remember sharing this to my mates back then. And I still want to recommend it for others to read. I would like to recommend myself reading it again.


    27. I would actually give this 3 and a half stars. It's a good follow up to "The Secret" and has some useful lessons. Still, it leans toward the "Chicken Soup" format, filled with a great deal of anecdotal stories and quotes.


    28. This book literally changed how I ask questions and how I relate with others in my reality. This is definitely a good read.For more information, go to: nightingale/prod_detai


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