“Why does it seem to work some times but not *all* the time?”
“Why is there at least one stubborn problem in my life that just won’t go away, even when I throw all the self-help methods at it?”
“Is The Secret hope or hype?”
I keep hearing those questions.
Maybe you are asking them.
I’ve addressed all of them in my latest book, “The Key: The Missing Secret for Attracting Anything You Want.”
Promotions for it begin this week.
But before you rush out to get the book today from www.unlock-the-secret.com/ or from www.amazon.com or www.bn.com/TheKey or from your local book store, let’s look at why “The Key” is important to you.
Truth is, “The Key” explains what I regard as the fundamental error in virtually all self-help programs.
In short —
*Anything* will work when you are in alignment with your goals.
*Nothing* will work until you get in alignment with your goals.
“Alignment” means your conscious and un-conscious mind want the same thing.
Most people are not in alignment with what they say they want, so they end up blaming their lack of results on everything from the movie they watched, the book they read, the therapist they saw, the self-help program they tried, and so on.
But the real problem isn’t out there.
The real problem requires inner “clearing” work.
How do you get in alignment so you can have, do, or be virtually anything?
How do you get your conscious intent and your un-conscious counter-intent to agree?
How do you “get clear” once and for all?
With “The Key.”
“The Key” is the missing secret to knowing how to consciously co-create circumstances.
It’s the final piece to the puzzle.
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If you know you can achieve more but can’t seem to make it happen, “The Key” reveals the psychological and unconscious limitations that are holding you back.
Inside every person — yes, even you — are subconscious “counter-intentions” that can sabotage you and prevent you from getting what you truly want.
Why else would you declare on New Years Day your intention to go to the gym more often but by the third day of the new year you can’t recall where the gym is located?
Your un-conscious counter-intention was stronger than your conscious intention.
“The Key” reveals ten proven ways to remedy this situation, aligning your conscious and subconscious beliefs once and for all.
Actress Jessica Biel (pictured) said, “For those of us who loved The Attractor Factor and The Secret, Joe has done it again. The Key is the how-to book that makes the ‘law of attraction’ come alive!”
Actress Cathy Lee Crosby said, “Joe Vitale’s energy and enthusiasm for life jumps off every page of his new book, The Key. He leaves no stone unturned in explaining exactly how to attract everything you want in your life. The words ‘I love you’ have taken on a whole new meaning. Bravo!”
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Still not sure if you should go get the book right now?
Then let me be a little more in your face about this, so you truly get how important this book is to you.
As you may know, I’m in the movie “The Secret” as well as “The Opus” and “Try It On Everything.”
I’ve been on Larry King’s television show twice.
I’ve been in The New York Times and Newsweek.
I’ve stood my ground and declared that the Law of Attraction is a law, and that everything you are getting is coming to you because of what *you* are doing inside yourself.
You may be doing it un-consciously, but you’re doing it.
Many people don’t like to hear this, because it means you are 100% responsible for your life.
But if you want to change, if you want to attract more of what you prefer, then it’s time to wake up.
My mission is to awaken the world with the message that there is a missing secret to success.
It’s “The Key.”
“The Key” is for YOU.
Please get it, read it, and use it.
Use it to help yourself…use it to help your family and friends…use it to help the planet.
Or don’t get it and don’t use it and keep wondering why some people are reporting miracles using the Law of Attraction and others think it’s all nonsense.
Who is right?
Find out for yourself.
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PS – “The Key” is also available on audio, read by me and guests, including Bob Proctor, Mandy Evans, Brad Yates, Mark Ryan, Jennifer McLean, Dr. Larina Kase, and Peter Michel. Search itunes, www.audible.com or look for the CD set on http://www.amazon.com or http://www.bn.com/TheKey It should be in book stores now, as well.
PPS – The Key would make a great gift for family and friends, too. You can get a good bulk rate discount at www.bn.com/TheKey
These seven pictures are rare. They were sent to me by Elaine, a reader of this blog. The photos are of Steven Tyler of Aerosmith with the 1998 Panoz AIV Roadster he autographed and I just bought. Pictures are probably from around 2004, when Tyler himself put the Panoz up for auction. Neither the Panoz family or the man who sold me the car have ever seen these shots before. Enjoy.
Dinner tonight was amazing. Hanging with the great Vic Conant of Nightingale-Conant fame was a wonderful moment. The man is humble, wise, and full of stories about the legends of personal development. I urged him to write a book about his life but I doubt he’ll do it. Still, you never know. I need to make this short as I need to get up early and get back into the studio. More soon. Wish me luck.
I’ve been in Chicago all week recording a new audioprogram for Nightingale-Conant. I was here ten years ago to record The Power of Outrageous Marketing, which has been and still remains a bestseller. This new program will have little to do with marketing but everything to do with the “missing secret” to success. This new program will come out mid-November. You know I’ll tell you when it’s available. 🙂 If you’ve never browsed the famous Nightingale-Conant catalog, you’re in for a treat. Go see www.nightingale.com Meanwhile, I’m off to have dinner with friends in the beautiful windy city.
On January 1st I wrote about a climbing rope I bought from John Wood and set up on a 15 foot tower outside by my gym. (See http://blog.mrfire.com/uncategorized/on-continuing-a-rocky-story/ for that original post.)
My goal was to climb it, of course.
I couldn’t do it growing up and my gym instructor humiliated me for my failure.
I didn’t try as an adult.
But it was unfinished business in my life. I wanted to succeed at this personal challenge and goal.
So virtually every day I tried to go up that rope.
There were several setbacks along the way, including an emergency appendectomy.
But I kept trying.
My trainer Scott York was patient and encouraging.
He’d climb the rope as if he were a monkey and then do chin-ups on the tower at the top.
I wanted to do that, too.
So I kept trying.
And yesterday I climbed the rope!
Fifteen feet straight up.
No one was there to photograph the moment but now that I’ve succeeded, I know I can do it again, and even more easily than the first time.
I’m sharing it here to inspire you to set goals that are meaningful to you and work at them every day.
Persistence is a secret to success.
And it’s something you can practice every day.
If I can climb a 15 foot rope after 53 years and nine months of failing at it, what can you do?
PS — What’s “the rope” in your own life?