Learning Strategies is hosting yet another Mindfest that you can listen to online, and like their previous Mindfests, it’s completely free. They’re really on a roll with these…
This one is called the Effortless Success Mindfest, and it’s a streaming version of an audio program from Jack Canfield.
I listened to this full program on CD several years ago. I liked it and was considering recommending it on my blog, but at the time I felt the price was just too high. There were many LoA products that were introduced after the movie The Secret became a hit, and some of them were priced pretty high. If I recall correctly, this program was selling for $800+ back then.
I couldn’t see too many people in my audience paying that much money for a program like this, even though it was of good quality, so I didn’t recommend it back then. But now that it’s available for you to listen for free, I’m happy to suggest that you check it out. For free, it’s a no brainer.
Jack and I normally hang out at leadership retreats twice a year, so I’ve had the chance to get to know him a bit. One thing I can tell you about him is that he’s a seriously dedicated lifelong learner. He’s read thousands of books in this field — including mine — and he’s constantly refreshing his thinking with new ideas.
I also like that he’s a very heart-centered and playful guy. He clearly enjoys his work and has a lot of fun doing what he does. While he’s had a lot of success and fame, especially with his Chicken Soup for the Soul books, The Secret, and The Success Principles, he’s also very down to earth.
The last time we talked, he asked me about my motivations for doing what I do. I told him that I really don’t care about money or success or fame. What I love most is learning, growing, connecting, and sharing, and making a positive difference in people’s lives. I love seeing the ripples of this kind of work spreading around the world.
Jack told me his motivation is much the same. He also really likes to stretch himself. Many years ago he worked with W. Clement Stone, and Stone’s influence helped Jack to start setting bigger goals — like making the Chicken Soup books into one of the most successful franchises in history.
Jack is also a very authentic and laid back communicator. His style is very relaxed and mellow — about what you’d expect from someone who lives in Santa Barbara.
If you’re looking for a really hardcore, left-brained, step by step program, this isn’t it. This program is centered around sharing personal lessons, observations, anecdotes, stories, and success habits you can put into practice.
It’s been a while since I listened to this program, but one thing I remember about it was that Jack shares many specific habits that he uses to stay focused on his goals and moving forward with action, such as the Create Your Day meditation and the Rule of Five. You can see the full list of topics on the Effortless Success Mindfest website.
If you’d like to deepen your understanding of the Law of Attraction, learn practical success habits, clarify your goals and intentions, and get help staying focused, then I think you’ll really enjoy this program.
If this sounds good to you, you can sign up at Effortless Success Mindfest and start listening to your first lesson right away. You’ll also receive an email reminder to let you know when the other lessons are posted.
If you have any difficulties getting access to the course, just drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and they’ll be happy to talk you through it.