I’m having to swim upstream to read the book HERD, which I mentioned a week or so ago.

It’s a fascinating marketing book but so thick with ideas, theories and psychologies that I feel like I’m mentally drudging through quicksand.

So I was delighted to receive Steve Chandler’s new book, 100 Ways to Create Wealth.

As you know by now, I’m a fan of Steve’s writing. This new book is just as breezy, entertaining and enlightening as his others.

The book doesn’t so much reveal 100 “ways” to wealth as it offers 100 mind openers so you can spot and then receive wealth. 

Truth is, money is all over the place and the most unlikely people are finding it. (Watch Donny Deutsch’s TV show The Big Idea to get a real sense of this). Steve’s book, written with Sam Beckford, helps open your eyes.

One of my favorite parts of the book is right at the beginning, where Steve and Sam explain that they are writing this book so you can have wealth so you can help yourself and others.

I put that phrase in bold because I want you to get it.

Many people say money is evil and push it away. What they don’t seem to understand is the wealthier you are, the more good you can do in the world.

Money is a just a tool. When you have it, you can use it to build a lot of good things — for yourself, your family, and your world.

Get this book, 100 Ways to Create Wealth, and start expanding your mind about what is possible.

You deserve it.

So does your family.

So does the world.

Ao Akua,


PS – Steve’s site is at www.stevechandler.com Get all of his books.

PPS – Zero Limits is climbing the Amazon bestseller list — again! — yet I haven’t begun the promotion for it. The big day will be July 10. Stay tuned.


  1. June 28, 2007 at 3:50 pm

    Hi Joe,

    Ernest O’Dell here in Blanco, Texas. I was just sitting across the table from a new acquaintance I made today who could barely talk in a whisper. I told her about you and your new book “Zero Limits” and how it might help her. I called Suzanne and gave her a “heads up” about Priscilla and her situation.

    Your book is certainly going to be a big help to a lot of people. May you be blessed richly!

    Yours always,
    Ernest O’Dell
    P.S. German cooking at TLC is a lot better fare than what we had last November! 🙂

  2. June 28, 2007 at 5:00 pm

    I love the way you do reviews without adding affiliate links. That way I can be sure that it comes from your heart.

  3. June 28, 2007 at 7:04 pm

    Jarle Husefest wrote: “I love the way you do reviews without adding affiliate links. That way I can be sure that it comes from your heart.”

    Yes, indeed, my thanks to Joe Vitale comes from the heart. I don’t think it’s appropriate for one to put their affiliate links on blog posts, and if I were to be so crass as to do that on Dr. Vitale’s blog, I wouldn’t be surprised if it were removed.

    No… my main site URL should be sufficient should someone need to contact me. I have too many affiliates anyway, and I refuse to make my main site look like a flea market.

    When I was having coffee with this lady today, and I learned of the problem with her vocal chords, I immediately thought of Dr. Vitale and how he might know someone in New Braunsfels that could help her. She’s never tried anything homeopathic outside conventional medicine, and all her doctors are stumped why she can’t talk.

    About a year ago she had an ear infection and she lost use of her voice for a couple of weeks. It came back shortly for about two weeks, then disappeared again, and she has been talking in a whisper ever since.

    Right after the two week period, a dear friend of hers passed away, and all her friends basically dumped her during her time of emotional need. I could empathize with her as I lost my dad last December and it was a tremendous emotional loss. But as Dr. Vitale told me, “This too will pass.” (The emotional loss…)

    Time heals a lot of things. And had it not been for Dr. Vitale and his kindness, I don’t think I would be in much better shape than Priscilla. For I, too, have had a lot of people “get shuck” of me and abandon me. But I’m strong, and I’m well known in town. I’m a contributing writer to the Blanco County News, and occasionally (when Phil doesn’t have a problem with me doing PSA’s in the Wimberley paper) I’ll send my news releases to other papers.

    I write a lot. I keep a journal every day, and I’m working on some inspirational/motivational books. Dr. Joe Vitale has been such an inspiration to me and many others here in town that I re-discovered an old passion of mine: writing. While I still write a lot of blogs and articles, I try – as I may – to do something each day on my book.

    Subsidising my nascient business ventures with a W-2 paycheck hasn’t proved financially successful, and I find it difficult to “clear” my mind of debts and focus on wealth with the “hounds” on my doorstep. Ever since I returned after my dad’s funeral, I’ve been trying to catch up on finances.

    I don’t mind saying it: I need work. I like to work. I just want to get paid for what I do. Recieve a paycheck commensurate with the work I do. Which is why I basically promote my main site and try to pick up work for ad copywriting and web design. Sales pages and lead capture pages can cost a lot, but there’s a whole lot more to it than throwing up a page and expecting everybody to head over there like a baseball diamond in Dyarsville, Iowa. This “ain’t” the “Field of Dreams”. 🙂 Build it, and they might, or might not, come.

    I’ve probably rambled too much, but it comes from the heart to know that Dr. Vitale has been helpful to get his message across in his books and on his blogs. I am deeply indebted to him for being my guest speaker last November when – practically – the whole town showed up. We had a packed house!

    When Dr. Vitale mentioned Steve Chandler’s new book, 100 Ways to Create Wealth in his post, he said, “…Steve and Sam explain that they are writing this book so you can have wealth so you can help yourself and others.

    There are so many people in my town who have needs — some of them much greater than my own. But I feel “stressed” sometimes when I can’t help them, because I can’t even help myself.

    But knowing that Dr. Vitale always has his friends on his mind gives me assurance that tomorrow CAN be a much better day. I know some days are not always going to “attract” positives… I just have to learn how to adjust to it.

    Again, with all my heart felt thanks, I appreciate Dr. Vitale and Suzanne, his Executive Assistant. Whenever I call her on the phone and ask her if she has a few minutes, she always says, “Yes, I can take some time for YOU!” She’s so sweet, and I hope to meet her someday. She’s a jewel… a diamond! 🙂

    Warm regards,
    Ernest O’Dell

  4. June 29, 2007 at 7:30 am

    Dr. V you are always on and this review is a sweet one. Going to Steve’s page as we speak, and a prosperous day to you and yours. Dana

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