The Attractor Factor

  • by Joe Vitale
  • Narrated by Joe Vitale
  • 5 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Here's a breakthrough practical spiritual guide to achieving all your goals. For the first time ever, one of the rarely discussed formulas for building wealth and achieving success in all areas is revealed in The Attractor Factor. Popular marketing and spirituality guru Joe Vitale argues that those who try hard and fail need to remake their inner beings in order to easily attract success, wealth, and happiness. Many people do the right things but get the wrong results; it's not so much what they do, as what they are inside. The problem for most people is self-sabotage. In five easy steps, Vitale shows anyone how to become happier and more successful by doing a few simple things differently every day. Part wealth-creation guide, part spiritual road map, part autobiography, The Attractor Factor offers inspiring, effective answers for anyone who wants to feel better, be happier, get wealthier, and get ahead in life.


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Read the Second Half First

Read/listen to the last half of the book first, then read/listen to the first half.

I did enjoy this book, but my expectations for the over all content of this book was not met, hence the 3 star rating. I got this book because I had seen Joe Vitale on The Secret. First I would say that over all I found the book well written and interesting. Perhaps I was looking for something more enlightening to come from him, but this was not really in the early part of the book. The early part of the book covers his time where he positively intentioned his OWN email seminars, and how he was able to convince many people to enroll in his training seminars on line for $1,500 so that he could get the BMW of his dreams. That seemed to be manipulative to me, as he covers how he got his BMW and not how his course that he was giving changed the lives of the people he charged $1,500. Again I would have been more interested in how the lives of those who attended his seminar were changed. Otherwise he is just how to sell things to people who have self esteem problems and need someone to tell them what to do with their lives.

Then he talked about how he applied the same principles on how to get his country estate. If all I wanted was a fancy car or country estate, then I would have satisfied, but I wanted something more, life changing, which was covered later in the book.

The later part or second half off the book was MUCH BETTER when he discusses the principles on positive spiritual prescriptions on creating positive intentions. He should have skipped all the personal stuff on how he acquired things and rather on how he changed the lives of people who read his work on making positive change in their lives. There again the later part of the book was much better.

I guess I don’t need to know about his divorce and how he is now much in love with a new partner. It doesn’t provide anything to the work, but seems rather being self serving.
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- Clydene "So many books, so little time..."

Beware--this book is an advertisement

I ordered this after listening to The Secret and was so disappointed. I wish Icould give it no stars. It was little more than a personal brag-session and promotion for the books and seminars he publishes. He even ridicules someone because they don't want to pay $100 for one of the seminars he markets (that's how he attracts money btw). I was turned off immediately by his narcissistic and self-serving manner. The book was poorly written and poorly read--in fact, he did some of it in "dialogue" fashion which was excrutiating to endure. Stick with The Secret or someone interested in actually helping you live a better life. This man seems greedy to me.
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- Jennifer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-22-2006
  • Publisher: Gildan Media, LLC