Two motivational classics from the Chicken Soup inspirational masters. Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen deservedly rank among the world’s most effective motivators. Their secret is simple: a time-tested blend of equal measures of powerful how-to ideas and inspiring, touching anecdotes about real people. Like any recipe, this one’s success lies in the quality of its ingredients—exactly where Hansen and Canfield shine. These programs contain some of the world’s greatest teaching stories and methods.
The Aladdin Factor describes the eight reasons people won’t ask for what they want, the 10 benefits of asking, who to ask, what to ask for, how to deal with rejection, and much more.
In Dare to Win, Canfield and Hansen explain how to overcome the fear that may be holding you back. In this audio, you’ll learn to affirm your self-worth, and discover your true purpose and learn to fulfill it. Personal happiness, creative fulfillment, professional success, and freedom from fear await you. Go for it!
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Aladdin Factor rendition sucked
Having owned the book of Aladdin Factor (such a touching and amazing book) the audiobook copy of it was abysmal. It was condensed enough to become boring meaningless dribble that was a pain to get through, each concept was only touched on for a tiny bit of time, without ever getting into the depths of the concept enough for it to sink in, just nifty little anecdotes that didn't do anything justice. If you are wanting to listen to Aladdin Factor DO NOT GET THE ABRIDGED COPY.
The Dare to Win side was the complete oposite. Aladdin Factor is a book comprised of anecdotes that drill home a message, whereas Dare to Win is about the authors personal lesson and much more a book along the lines of Think and Grow Rich and the like. That being said, that content of Dare to Win fitted real well into the abridged form and the result was a highly motivating and moving short rendition. Highly worth it.
- Benjamin Lupton
Yes, because it brings a lot of very simple examples from everyday life of how we can ask for what we want. It is easier to ask than we think.
Jack when he said he resented his wife for not helping him with the groceries bags.
To ask, ask and keep asking!
It helps you to shift your paradigms about deserving and helps to let go the hesitation when you want to ask for something you really want