Law of Attraction Affiliate Programs??

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Hey warriors,

Anyone out there have any recommendations for a LOA affiliate program. I found a few on clickbank but im curious if anyone else is in this niche and if they know of a reputable product.

I'll end up buying the product but I'd rather not dish out a bunch of money trying to find a good product.

thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author HappyLuke
    Ray, I believe and preach the law of attraction. you can see a video on my youtube channel. I'm writing a success manifesto, just haven't finished yet...
    Thanks!
  • Profile picture of the author TopKat22
    Originally Posted by RayFinckle View Post

    Hey warriors,

    Anyone out there have any recommendations for a LOA affiliate program. I found a few on clickbank but im curious if anyone else is in this niche and if they know of a reputable product.

    I'll end up buying the product but I'd rather not dish out a bunch of money trying to find a good product.

    thanks
    Bob Proctor's Six (6) Minutes to Success Program you can check it out for a whole month for only $1. I am in it and have been for months. I also promote it and like it because it is a monthly recurring fee and once someone is in, the usually stay in for a year or two. It is a two year program. About half the people upgrade to premium too and it is monthly also.

    Here is an ebook that is only $10 and it is rapid action pay so you get paid 50% into paypal immediately upon selling every other one. Scroll down to the bottom to sign up as an affiliate. But you have to have a paypal account to get paid. Law of Attraction Ebook - How To Manifest The Life You Want
    • Profile picture of the author Michael Motley
      Here's something you might want to think about. Back when 'the law of attraction' and 'the secret' first came out a few years ago, I started really checking into them both to see what they were about, and do you know what I found? Both programs are 'thefts'

      Both of these programs come directly from a group of people around the turn of the 20th century called the 'New Thought Movement'. They were a few forward thinking people that sort of were involved as a group of peers that came up with all kinds of theories and points of view on various things that had to do with people's actions and state of mind and how it related to their overall success. Many people in this group put out all kinds of books and they were met with varying levels of success.

      Ironically, one of the least successful of the group at that time was a man named Wallace Wattles. It's hard to find a lot of personal information on him because he lived in relative obscurity. He wrote a book called The Science of Getting Rich. When Wattles wrote that book and it came out, the book did really well for about a year or so before he died, but later this thing became a juggernaut so he didn't get to see how massive his influence would be. The Science of Getting Rich is practically the dead sea scrolls for every self help 'guru' that has come since all the way up to Tony Robbins. You can look at their programs and see direct links to Wattles.

      When you read 'The Secret' it is practically a word for word copy of The Science of Getting Rich, as is The Law of Attraction. So I started looking into how that was possible that these people today were able to just plain copy someone's work and make money off it without even so much as a reference to that person in the book.

      Well, that is because of U.S. copyright laws. After 90 years, any book written becomes public domain. That means anyone can basically copy it and put it out as their own work. If you look around, there are a lot of very big people in the self help, and IM field that have done just that with Wattle's work.

      My long winded point is that a person..such as yourself...could take that book, 'tweak' it and have a book/program that you could wrap some IM around and make your own 'secret' or 'law of attraction'. The book really isn't that long, neither is 'how to think and grow rich' by Napolean Hill, which is also now in the public domain.

      just food for thought.
  • Profile picture of the author mrozlat
    Originally Posted by RayFinckle View Post

    Hey warriors,

    Anyone out there have any recommendations for a LOA affiliate program. I found a few on clickbank but im curious if anyone else is in this niche and if they know of a reputable product.

    I'll end up buying the product but I'd rather not dish out a bunch of money trying to find a good product.

    thanks
    the science of getting rich (bob proctor and friends)
  • Profile picture of the author MeetMe@TheTop
    I'm sorry but the law of attraction is promoting false hope. I can think and believe I'm going to be a supper star marketer while I dream on the couch but it all comes down to taking action. Dj Demarco talks about this in his book The Millionaire FastlaneThe Millionaire Fastlane . I've read a lot of books and this is by far the best one I've read to date.
  • Profile picture of the author RayFinckle
    Still looking for some recommendations


    Originally Posted by Michael Motley View Post

    Here's something you might want to think about. Back when 'the law of attraction' and 'the secret' first came out a few years ago, I started really checking into them both to see what they were about, and do you know what I found? Both programs are 'thefts'

    Both of these programs come directly from a group of people around the turn of the 20th century called the 'New Thought Movement'. They were a few forward thinking people that sort of were involved as a group of peers that came up with all kinds of theories and points of view on various things that had to do with people's actions and state of mind and how it related to their overall success. Many people in this group put out all kinds of books and they were met with varying levels of success.

    Ironically, one of the least successful of the group at that time was a man named Wallace Wattles. It's hard to find a lot of personal information on him because he lived in relative obscurity. He wrote a book called The Science of Getting Rich. When Wattles wrote that book and it came out, the book did really well for about a year or so before he died, but later this thing became a juggernaut so he didn't get to see how massive his influence would be. The Science of Getting Rich is practically the dead sea scrolls for every self help 'guru' that has come since all the way up to Tony Robbins. You can look at their programs and see direct links to Wattles.

    When you read 'The Secret' it is practically a word for word copy of The Science of Getting Rich, as is The Law of Attraction. So I started looking into how that was possible that these people today were able to just plain copy someone's work and make money off it without even so much as a reference to that person in the book.

    Well, that is because of U.S. copyright laws. After 90 years, any book written becomes public domain. That means anyone can basically copy it and put it out as their own work. If you look around, there are a lot of very big people in the self help, and IM field that have done just that with Wattle's work.

    My long winded point is that a person..such as yourself...could take that book, 'tweak' it and have a book/program that you could wrap some IM around and make your own 'secret' or 'law of attraction'. The book really isn't that long, neither is 'how to think and grow rich' by Napolean Hill, which is also now in the public domain.

    just food for thought.
    Thanks mate! I wasn't aware of that, I'll definitely give one of those books away for free to my list.

    Originally Posted by MeetMe@TheTop View Post

    I'm sorry but the law of attraction is promoting false hope. I can think and believe I'm going to be a supper star marketer while I dream on the couch but it all comes down to taking action. Dj Demarco talks about this in his book The Millionaire Fastlane. I've read a lot of books and this is by far the best one I've read to date.
    You obviously haven't read or know much about the law of attraction, that's not how it works but most people think that's exactly how it works. You cannot sit and think your going to be a superstar and become a superstar, even if you do "believe it". If you're in alignment with what they call source and have trained your thought patterns and subconscious to think positive thoughts you will naturally take action. You will not sit there and dwell on the negatives or problems that you may run into. You will only think about the solutions and benefits to solving those problems.

    Forcing action does help because it gives you results, which in turn makes the belief about whatever you're doing stronger, in turn causing you to take more action. But if your subconscious it set to the negative, your destine for failure no matter how much action you take.

    I feel the false hope you're referring to has more to do with how people market the subject and how you can make all this money by just thinking. But what I've taken away from the LOA has nothing to do with money. It has to do with how you feel about yourself and the people around you on a day to day basis.
    • Profile picture of the author Ron Smith
      A lot of people have made money promoting "the law of attraction." For 99% of the world, it is total BS. For the remaining 1%, it is the gospel truth.

      You can decide where you land. There are a ton of people who believe the story. They drank the kool -aid and survived.

      There are universal laws in play, but the law of attraction isn't one of them. :rolleyes:
  • Profile picture of the author TheSalesBooster
    Oh btw your a couple years too late. at the time it came out you would of had no problem making money off it. I'm sure you can still find some people interested in it but the word has spread out on the internet that its a gimmick.
  • Profile picture of the author CouponPotion
    A little off topic, but in reference to the remark about it not being real... just through simple thought alone you can see how the law of attraction is in some way a real thing. Your thoughts/actions basically create the universe around you.

    One quick example is if lets say ...you pull up to your house at two in the morning after being out for a while and you believe your wife is going to be super upset that you came home late and you're certain it's going to be a humungous argument. The simple fact that you believe it will be a big argument, makes that big argument become a reality. Here's a few ways that could happen.
    1) maybe you sit in your car for 20 minutes dreading going inside. In turn, making yourself even later, which does start to upset your waiting wife even more.
    2) or maybe you go straight inside --- and your wife says "Have fun?" but because your expecting her to be upset you mistake her comment for being condescending and say "Dont act that way.." she says "what way?" .. you say "Let's not do this..i know im late..it's no big deal" and now she has a red flag going off in her head...

    It's simple.. the things you think, and the way you act, and what you believe, rubs off and pulls that type of behavior back towards you. If you're positive and really feel successful you could very well become exactly that because you may do things a successful person would do..

    You can call it the law of attraction, or simple reasoning....but if you think you're always broke...you'll always be broke...If you think today will be a great day, it probably will..
    • Profile picture of the author NZ64
      Dear Friends,
      Very nice posts on LOA both positive and negative. I have read a lot of books about positive thinking and self help. I have coming to this understanding that 2 secret distinguish all these info. Those books that promote take action and planning and the other category that just learning positive thinking which can be good of course but it will not pay your bills. I am personally very interested on subconscious mind (this software that control almost everything we do). I don't know if Steven Covey has any affiliate program for its products but if does go for it. He is just amazing!

      Thanks!


      NZ64
  • Profile picture of the author Viramara
    Try Anisa Aven's affiliate program
    It's instant payment through paypal
    • Profile picture of the author Global365
      We have a far more expanded affiliate program that covers LOA and more...check it out in my sig
  • Profile picture of the author jenntech
    Hi. I run an affiliate program for hypnotist Tom Nicoli. We also have a LOA product and an in house affiliate program. Please check us out. Google his name or there should be a link in my sig. We paid affiliates on average $1.25 per click last year.
    Keith J
  • Profile picture of the author Mr Nick
    Yes, I believe joe vitale(from the secret) has some affiliate programs for LOA on his website
  • Profile picture of the author jakecoop79
    Bob Proctor's 11 Forgotten Laws
    Amazing Self by Mark Ling

    Both of those programs you can check out on clickbank.
  • Profile picture of the author TheSuccessMethods
    The Global Information Network has allot of information about The Law Of Attraction. The affiliate program is free (It's MLM). If you are interested you can send me a PM for a sponsor code.
    • Profile picture of the author JacSavage
      BIG commissions as well as fantastic support in the Law of Attraction based GLOBAL INFORMATION NETWORK!

      Affiliate Membership is FREE as well!

      A sponsor code is needed to sign up, feel free to use mine- send me a PM for it.

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