About 20 years ago, around the age of 18, I remember walking through the aisles of my local bookstore, and buying a copy of my very first personal development book. I had no idea what I was looking for, but I knew that I needed to start thinking differently about my future.
As I scoured the shelves, one book grabbed my attention. It was called, The Aladdin Factor, and it was written by a guy named Jack Canfield.
That book set me down the path of personal growth and development that has shaped my life ever since.
Since then, Jack has become of the of the biggest personal brands in self-help.
His Chicken Soup For The Soul book series has sold over 500,000,000 copies around the world.
And now that I had him on the phone for an hour, I wanted to ask him how he did it…
When you look out at the world of personal development, there are thousands of speakers and authors who come and go.
And yet only a handful have been able to make the kind of impact that Jack has…
Tony Robbins, Brene Brown, John Maxwell, Wayne Dyer, Mark Victor Hansen, and Jim Rohn are some of the names that come to mind.
What have these individuals done in order to become the biggest names in their industry over the span of decades?
How can you or I become the next Jack Canfield?
Well that’s what we’re going to find out here today straight from the man himself.