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In The Attractor Factor, Joe Vitale combines principles of spiritual self-discovery with proven marketing concepts to show how anyone can live a happy life in and outside of business. He shares his own quest for wealth and success while leading you through the five simple steps that will make all your aspirations, professional and personal, a reality.


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In The Attractor Factor, Joe Vitale combines principles of spiritual self-discovery with proven marketing concepts to show how anyone can live a happy life in and outside of business. He shares his own quest for wealth and success while leading you through the five simple steps that will make all your aspirations, professional and personal, a reality.

30 review for The Attractor Factor: 5 Easy Steps for Creating Wealth (or Anything Else) from the Inside Out

  1. 4 out of 5

    Colleen

    Finally, a place I can warn people about this book besides Amazon (where negative reviews for this book are commonly deleted). Holy crap. I bought this book years ago. It was based off the highly rated reviews from Amazon. At the time, it was in the top 1000 of books being sold. Add this next to my bible. I'll tell you, I had to special order this and Barnes and Noble, as it was SOO popular on Amazon and got 0 traction at Borders and Barnes & Noble. No one had this thing in stock. So, I made a spe Finally, a place I can warn people about this book besides Amazon (where negative reviews for this book are commonly deleted). Holy crap. I bought this book years ago. It was based off the highly rated reviews from Amazon. At the time, it was in the top 1000 of books being sold. Add this next to my bible. I'll tell you, I had to special order this and Barnes and Noble, as it was SOO popular on Amazon and got 0 traction at Borders and Barnes & Noble. No one had this thing in stock. So, I made a special request to get this highly rated book with amazingly glowing reviews about it curing cancer. I read through it at the store to get an idea of it and read through the entire book quickly. It was easy, because a 10th of the book, starting at page 7, "The Proof" was full of crap. An entire 10th of this book was Amazon reviews for a previous book he'd written. Literally, copied and pasted with grammatical errors and everything. That is the "proof". Well, it just so happened that I delved in deeper on what this so called "proof" was and found that these were precanned reviews that were essentially, "I was given this book by ____ and I wanted ____ and it happened," but these were word-for-word with professions and other things changed, but word-for-word. Literally. The exact same scam review was used. So, I put a buyer beware review on Amazon, and DID NOT PAY FOR THE BOOK. I felt terrible, like a complete fool, and reluctantly told the worker at Barnes & Noble that I would be returning this book, unsold to myself. A day or two later, and "poof" my negative review was gone. Mine and others. I watched this thing happen in front of my very eyes. Poof, poof, poof... only positive reviews were allowed for this very book. Talk about internet marketing genius. This Joe Vitale had it sewn up. Finally, I put in my experience in the blog portion of this book when Amazon had that, but just checked today and it looks like they don't have feature any longer. Anyway... Amazon deletes negative reviews of books to sell more. It's sad, but true. Not just with this book, but with others (and from top reviewers, too). Hopefully, goodreads.com will be a safe heaven for those who would like to get to the bottom of things.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey

    OK, I gave this three stars for two reasons: antecdote overkill and lack presenting the real problem--HOW to get people to have enough belief that what they want will come to light considering life's unkowns. First, this book could've been cut in half, at least. Even at 201 pages, not a long book, it's too long. What the book contains is what is revealed in The Secret, which Joe Vitale was a part of; therefore, this book. According to Jack Canfield, also a motivational guru (he's one of the Chic OK, I gave this three stars for two reasons: antecdote overkill and lack presenting the real problem--HOW to get people to have enough belief that what they want will come to light considering life's unkowns. First, this book could've been cut in half, at least. Even at 201 pages, not a long book, it's too long. What the book contains is what is revealed in The Secret, which Joe Vitale was a part of; therefore, this book. According to Jack Canfield, also a motivational guru (he's one of the Chicken Soup for the Soul guys) the most difficult part of the power of attraciton (the method revealed in The Secret) is not knowing what you want, visualization, clearing of negative thoughts (probobaly the 2nd biggest challange), but the belief or faith or ability to let go of your worldly / controlling mind and give in to your intuitive impulses. THIS takes much time, patienc, practic, and coaching. This is something that I've done for years, and years, and years, way before The Secret and the law of attraciton came out. There are many problems with the content of the movie and the method that have yet to be addressed correctly. There are things one needs to do to get this method to work, things that I will reveal in time in my writings and through Inner Projection, Inc.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Paul Sutherland

    I once had quite a bit of respect for Joe Vitale and even briefly mention him in my own book. For me this book said or did nothing more than regurgitate the things that are in many other books including his own. But he is the "author of to many books to mention here." Sooner or later people around the world will awaken to the fact that Mr Fire along with his cohorts like Proctor and Byrne are nothing more than pseudo gurus praying on the emotions of those seeking wealth by easier methods. One othe I once had quite a bit of respect for Joe Vitale and even briefly mention him in my own book. For me this book said or did nothing more than regurgitate the things that are in many other books including his own. But he is the "author of to many books to mention here." Sooner or later people around the world will awaken to the fact that Mr Fire along with his cohorts like Proctor and Byrne are nothing more than pseudo gurus praying on the emotions of those seeking wealth by easier methods. One other reviewer makes reference to Joe and this book saying "Full of things from other people's writings and thoughts." I have to say that I agree with this and I have awakened to the fact most of these writings are full of fluff and distract our attention from what we really need to do.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Agata Gorska

    Don't remember reading worse book in long long time... Full of crap, the guy sounds like conman and he preach / teach others to do the same! You can earn money like me, just became an online author - doesn't matter if you are not a writer, became a online teacher like me - doesn't matter that you have nothing to teach or say... Gosh, don't waste your time, it's pathetic even for the 'new age' standards. Don't remember reading worse book in long long time... Full of crap, the guy sounds like conman and he preach / teach others to do the same! You can earn money like me, just became an online author - doesn't matter if you are not a writer, became a online teacher like me - doesn't matter that you have nothing to teach or say... Gosh, don't waste your time, it's pathetic even for the 'new age' standards.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kelsey Jones

    Not my favorite book from Joe Vitale, but still useful and worth reading.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nura Yusof

    This book is about clearly knowing what you want, ask for it from Infinite Intelligence/Universe/God and then, let it go. In a nutshell. The part that I'm not entirely comfortable about is the clearly knowing part. I, for one, do not know for sure that what I want is really what I want. As humans, we have the unenviable ability to fool ourselves. We can have conversations with our inner selves until the cows come home, and we can still not arrive at a truthful outcome. The book, while reading it, This book is about clearly knowing what you want, ask for it from Infinite Intelligence/Universe/God and then, let it go. In a nutshell. The part that I'm not entirely comfortable about is the clearly knowing part. I, for one, do not know for sure that what I want is really what I want. As humans, we have the unenviable ability to fool ourselves. We can have conversations with our inner selves until the cows come home, and we can still not arrive at a truthful outcome. The book, while reading it, allows one to be filled with hope that the answers one is looking for are just in the next few pages. And that's how I felt. Doing the exercises did allow for some insights about myself to be revealed or in a way, made real by the fact that I'm compelled to write down within the pages. But once I put the book away, doubts come back. Are those things I wrote really what I want? The other thing was that all these kind of books seem to say that our goals must be made more noble, that there should some allocations made for the good of society. Here's the thing. I am not noble. And why should that make me feel bad to the point that I have to reconfigure my goals to fit into their definition of a noble goal?

  7. 5 out of 5

    Zoe Zuniga

    This is a good workbook with many ideas about how to break old habits of thinking and become more positive. There are some very mind bending ideas in this book that make for puzzlement, which is not a bad thing. The writer lists a lot of New Thought writers from the turn of the 20th century as well as current writers. I appreciate his candor, his enthusiasm and his way of throwing a lot of ideas out for grabs. If you do not like one idea for one of the steps he has another idea or approach you m This is a good workbook with many ideas about how to break old habits of thinking and become more positive. There are some very mind bending ideas in this book that make for puzzlement, which is not a bad thing. The writer lists a lot of New Thought writers from the turn of the 20th century as well as current writers. I appreciate his candor, his enthusiasm and his way of throwing a lot of ideas out for grabs. If you do not like one idea for one of the steps he has another idea or approach you might like. Vitale is very much an every man and is humble about his success. He admits that he is still working on himself, and reading and taking workshops all the time. There is no sense of egoism or that he knows it all and has arrived or finished with the creation of his life. He tends to play up his years of struggle and admits that his overnight success took him 30 years to produce. The style of writing is very conversational and personal and immediate. This is not a scholarly work but a fresh workbook full of things to try and a lose 5 step visualization suggestion for "technique". There is a lot of old information from other writers but Vitale gives credit where it is due and synthesizes some new approaches out of the mix.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ramona

    For anyone who is interested in the law of attraction, this is a must read. It goes into much more details then a book like The Secret, and gives many case studies and amazing little stories to drive his point home. One thing i really liked about this book was the idea of etting down to the energy we release, and attract. We are in a world of negatives, and Joe points out how society has beaten us down to thinking everything like life, love, and money is hard. It doesnt need to be this way. He a For anyone who is interested in the law of attraction, this is a must read. It goes into much more details then a book like The Secret, and gives many case studies and amazing little stories to drive his point home. One thing i really liked about this book was the idea of etting down to the energy we release, and attract. We are in a world of negatives, and Joe points out how society has beaten us down to thinking everything like life, love, and money is hard. It doesnt need to be this way. He also introduces the idea of energy blockages, and i believe this is hitting on the deeper points of what we attract. I loved this book. One idea i hope i will alwyas remember from his writings is the idea that criticism and negativie observtions take us to our lowest form or energy. W are at our highest when we feel grattitude, just another reason why grateful visualizations are vital. Loved this book. I am not in a place of creating big business oppurtunities, and that is a big part of this book, so it kept me from connecting completely, but still, a great instruction manual for cleaning up your life, your attitude, and what you attract.

  9. 5 out of 5

    David Hooper

    If you like Joe Vitale, you'll probably like this book. If not, you won't. Lots of personal stories, "hypnotic writing" (NLP), and links to various things you can purchase, but if you can get past these things, there is some great stuff here. Joe is a great communicator and knows this subject (Law of Attraction and "money mindset" well). This book was originally released under Spiritual Marketing. I read that one close to ten years ago. This one has added information and is more polished. Joe borr If you like Joe Vitale, you'll probably like this book. If not, you won't. Lots of personal stories, "hypnotic writing" (NLP), and links to various things you can purchase, but if you can get past these things, there is some great stuff here. Joe is a great communicator and knows this subject (Law of Attraction and "money mindset" well). This book was originally released under Spiritual Marketing. I read that one close to ten years ago. This one has added information and is more polished. Joe borrows from a lot of people, giving credit where it's due, so if nothing else, this is a good sampler of various authors and experts in this genre. Lots of lists, self-assessment tools, etc. The "Attractor Factor" is 5-steps, which are: 1. Know what you don't want. 2. Focus on what you do want. 3. Clear negative and limiting beliefs. 4. Feel what it's like to have, do, and be what you want. 5. Let go and allow things to happen. If you want more info on these in the form of mostly personal stories about Joe and his life experiences, you'll like this book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mike Ogilvie

    Horrible. Sorry Mr. Vitale, this book was definitely not for me. About mid-way through the 2nd CD I quit the book - a VERY rare occurrence. There could be some redeeming things in the remaining CDs, but I wasn't willing to waste more time on that slim possibility. To be sure there were some kernels of truth in the reading that had to do with being positive, not focusing on the negative, being patient, enjoying what you have, etc., etc. But unless you're REALLY into a new age or literal definition Horrible. Sorry Mr. Vitale, this book was definitely not for me. About mid-way through the 2nd CD I quit the book - a VERY rare occurrence. There could be some redeeming things in the remaining CDs, but I wasn't willing to waste more time on that slim possibility. To be sure there were some kernels of truth in the reading that had to do with being positive, not focusing on the negative, being patient, enjoying what you have, etc., etc. But unless you're REALLY into a new age or literal definition of spirituality, Joe leaps over the line of credibility. I grumbled my way past the "miracle" and "blessings" of luxurious material gain. I smirked past the idea that if you dwell on bills you'll literally get more bills. The final straw for me was the examples of beating cancer with positive thinking.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Polina

    Awesome down to earth manual for manifesting your dreams, includes a couple of important distinctions and missing components that are not presented in the Secret. Also highlights the importance of working with other people on getting clear and working on your limiting beliefs. In short, a very informative and practical guide, highly recommended reading.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Bronwyn Rykiert

    I liked this book to start with but it got a bit tedious along the way. It is easy to see how Joe can make some quick money, write a course and charge a lot of money for it and be lucky enough to get people to do it. Joe seemed a very lucky person but I guess I am a little negative on it so it won't work for me unfortunately. I liked this book to start with but it got a bit tedious along the way. It is easy to see how Joe can make some quick money, write a course and charge a lot of money for it and be lucky enough to get people to do it. Joe seemed a very lucky person but I guess I am a little negative on it so it won't work for me unfortunately.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    Not bad, not awesome. I like to read books like this for "maintenance." About 8 years ago I really had to focus on getting my mind right and looking at life in a more positive way. This book was available through the library and I needed something in a pinch. Definitely worth a read. I'm looking forward to reading Vitale's other works. Also, he's originally from Ohio... So that's good! Not bad, not awesome. I like to read books like this for "maintenance." About 8 years ago I really had to focus on getting my mind right and looking at life in a more positive way. This book was available through the library and I needed something in a pinch. Definitely worth a read. I'm looking forward to reading Vitale's other works. Also, he's originally from Ohio... So that's good!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Drew

    I hate this book. I've hated this book the entire time, but certain things were said that forced me to continue as I wanted to see what other things could be worse. I don't want to spoil the fun for anyone but here are the top 5 things that I hate about this book. 1. Positive thoughts can't cure cancer. Don't ever write that in a book. Don't ever say that out loud. (I can't believe I wrote that line). 2. If your book refers to a certain person giving you advice over half the time - I don't want to I hate this book. I've hated this book the entire time, but certain things were said that forced me to continue as I wanted to see what other things could be worse. I don't want to spoil the fun for anyone but here are the top 5 things that I hate about this book. 1. Positive thoughts can't cure cancer. Don't ever write that in a book. Don't ever say that out loud. (I can't believe I wrote that line). 2. If your book refers to a certain person giving you advice over half the time - I don't want to read your book. I want to read their book. 3. The majority of this book just refers to other books that he has read/written. Not expanding on them or providing insight, but mentioning them over and over. 4. Do you know how when watching youtube someone will cut into a segment that mentions their sponsor? While this book doesn't do that, it does list out the phone number and website where he'd wanted to have his stuff published to. I'm fine with the story, but for fuck sake just add it as a reference and don't mention it within the chapter. Also, why wasn't this book just a list of books and resources that he found helpful...that would have saved me the time reading this one. 5. Holy crap - the first chapter(s) were just a hot mess. I swear I had no clue what the purpose of this book was after the first few chapters. This is what almost made me stop reading, but the cancer comment happened and then I knew I had a calling. I was attracted to this hot mess! (see what I did there? cleaver, huh) I wish that was it and nothing else triggered me, but there was more. I am well aware that I'm in the minority as this manages to have nearly a 4-star rating. Obviously people get value out of what he has said, but I'm curious if they got value out of this book or another one and this reminded them of that experience. Joe VItale has many books, but I've decided to put this author into my "won't read" bucket. Do yourself a favor and don't read this book. If you did read this book and enjoyed it, please don't tell me.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    I checked this book out from the library after hearing a clip of one of the authors talks. It started out promising but the author lost me early on with his suggestion that North America is the more “successful” and prosperous America because settlers came seeking god, so for spiritual purposes. Meanwhile, settlers came to South America seeking gold, so materialistic purposes. Wow. Colonizing North America is a terrible example of a spiritual pursuit, considering the treatment of Indigenous Amer I checked this book out from the library after hearing a clip of one of the authors talks. It started out promising but the author lost me early on with his suggestion that North America is the more “successful” and prosperous America because settlers came seeking god, so for spiritual purposes. Meanwhile, settlers came to South America seeking gold, so materialistic purposes. Wow. Colonizing North America is a terrible example of a spiritual pursuit, considering the treatment of Indigenous Americans, African slaves, and countless others. I realize this book was published in 2005, but that is a huge blind spot.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Allen Mccormick

    Quick Read. Enjoyed hearing and then using Chi Kung examples in the book. Enjoyed hearing about the authors passive income projects, many I will contemplate(I know, I know). I have already recommended the book to another friend who originally used the term passive income on me. Also enjoyed the authors deep dive into PT Barnum. The author quotes the grave of PT Barnum,"Not my will but thine be done". Which aligns with a Deepak Chopra quote , "All we really need is clarity of intent. Then if we c Quick Read. Enjoyed hearing and then using Chi Kung examples in the book. Enjoyed hearing about the authors passive income projects, many I will contemplate(I know, I know). I have already recommended the book to another friend who originally used the term passive income on me. Also enjoyed the authors deep dive into PT Barnum. The author quotes the grave of PT Barnum,"Not my will but thine be done". Which aligns with a Deepak Chopra quote , "All we really need is clarity of intent. Then if we can get the ego out of the way, the intentions fulfill themselves." Which is authors key ultimate secret, let go on the intuitive impulses and allow the universe to manifest

  17. 4 out of 5

    Hung Nguyen

    This is a very helpful book with a lot of motivation. It helps you see through what is the most important factor which affects you the most in your decisions, your life. It contains many useful excercises that help you find that factor. It helps you find peace in your mind, and to do things with less effort. Even though, in my opinion, the remain half of the book is not interesting compare to the first half.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Bookala Online Book Store

    The book of Attracting Factor written by dr. Joe Vitale presents the law of attraction in five steps. Attracting Factor tells us how we can control our mind and our thoughts. Following the five steps presented in the book, you can achieve beyond your dreams. try it. The book of Attracting Factor written by dr. Joe Vitale presents the law of attraction in five steps. Attracting Factor tells us how we can control our mind and our thoughts. Following the five steps presented in the book, you can achieve beyond your dreams. try it.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Well, it only took me 6 years to finish reading this! There are some good reminders in this book around setting intentions, visualizing, clearing beliefs, etc, but none of this is new information. I feel that there are better resources out there and that the length of this book could have been cut in half.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Dottie Resnick

    Reading this book brought more understanding to positive thinking, identifying goals and passions more clearly and wisely and intentional meditation. Interesting, eye opening and profound if able to incorporate into everyday life.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sylvia

    Very basic book if you're already familiar with law of attraction and creative visualization. But, some good reminders and action steps. Felt too long for what it offered. Don't read it if you are looking for new insights or material but fine for a refresher. Very basic book if you're already familiar with law of attraction and creative visualization. But, some good reminders and action steps. Felt too long for what it offered. Don't read it if you are looking for new insights or material but fine for a refresher.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    It was better than most LOA books and did offer some specific suggestions on what to do. But Joe can often come across as money hungry and using the energy just to further his collection of material possessions... 3.5 stars but I rounded up to 4

  23. 5 out of 5

    Karoline Fischer

    Life changing This book was amazing. I did all the exercises in the book and it transformed my life. It was so practical and also explained the theory and workings behind it. I enjoyed reading it and want to recommend it highly.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Homeless Homeless

    The first book I’ve ever actually thrown in the garbage. What a masturbatory hunk of crap. A guy Mr. Magoo’s his way through life and then writes 200 plus pages of vague regurgitation based on the concepts of other people. Why not just read them?

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ucheka Anofienem

    Highly interesting, ennobling and invigorating new thoughts

  26. 5 out of 5

    John

    good on the audible by the author...liked his vibe, even if it wasn't the same as mine : ] good on the audible by the author...liked his vibe, even if it wasn't the same as mine : ]

  27. 5 out of 5

    Devon Aguirre

    This book was a little too spiritual for me. It was interesting to read but very hocus pocus in my opinion. Lots of I wanted it so I worked hard and it came ooohhh ahhhh

  28. 4 out of 5

    Carlina

    This book is easy to read. The most enjoyable and thought provoking parts are when he quotes someone else. He is sickeningly concieted and obsessed with being rich. I can hardly stand it.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nour

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Is a nice book

  30. 4 out of 5

    Rich Girl

    Easy to read, full of useful information and tips.

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