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EXPECT MIRACLES

May 12, 2017 - Comment

EXPECT MIRACLESRate this post Manifesting one’s dreams and wishes is not as hard we we think it is. Vitale’s practical, easy to apply psychology involves attracting one’s life desires by understanding and accepting them. This book enables readers to show results on their own quickly and easily. Miracles are neither impossible to experience nor difficult

EXPECT MIRACLES
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Manifesting one’s dreams and wishes is not as hard we we think it is. Vitale’s practical, easy to apply psychology involves attracting one’s life desires by understanding and accepting them. This book enables readers to show results on their own quickly and easily. Miracles are neither impossible to experience nor difficult to achieve if we allow ourselves to make them possible.

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Robert Kirk says:

High expectations, somewhat met I have read a lot of “self help” books and have enjoyed many immensely from a scholarly angle. The thing I like about a great self help book is explanations from the authors about “how to” to achieve the level of success we readers are looking for. This book does have a small amount of the “how to’s” but it’s mostly a collection of readers submissions about their real lives. I appreciate that and I’m happy for the submitters but this book just simply wasn’t my cup of tea. If you are looking for…

Troy Duke Siwchok says:

Expect A Miracle Is Definitely No Miracle This audio program has nothing new to offer. It is very reptitous. Joe Vitale mentions “peeling the onion” more times than I can count, as if this is some new, enlightening terminology. 

William Aakhus says:

Annoying self promotion This book is filled with self promotion for Vitales other books and has very little original content. The self promotion got so redundant that it was nearly unbearable to read but I have this strange thing about reading every book that I purchase from cover to cover thinking that perhaps the good part will reveal itself sooner or later. It didn’t happen in Expect Miracles; it was a let down from cover to cover. What you will learn from reading this is that the author was once poor and…

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