The Forbidden Book of Getting what You Want – Dantalion Jones/JK Ellis
Never heard of The Forbidden Book of Getting what You Want by Dantalion Jones?
You’re not allowed to possess a copy alright!
But don’t let that stop you from grabbing a copy HERE.
Promoting The Forbidden Book of Getting What You Want = Affiliate Suicide
Yep, I’m breaking all the rules here that Gurus are (quite correctly) shoving the down your throat.
Here’s what they are all saying with regards to promoting Amazon products, the rules that you MUST follow if you are to be a success at selling Amazon products on the internet…
- Look for best selling products
- Look for products with great reviews
- Promote high end products
- Promote products that people are actually looking for
Broke ‘em all, (must be why Amazon is my weak point. ) and I’ll tell you why. I have read this book and loved it! IMO it’s one of the best motivational books I have ever read.
Now… It’s ranting time…
Here are some of the main points in the negative reviews: (oh.. God No! He’s pointing out the negative reviews! Lord have mercy on him!)
- This book is the most appallingly written book ever–there are elementary spelling, grammatical and factual errors that any real publisher would have spotted straight away, on every page.
So what! It is written intelligently and with obvious passion. The author obviously knows his subject well and the reviewer has allowed his high and mighty self to pick holes even thought the information needed is there and set out in a great structure.
- The author has just shamelessly stolen the most cliched parts from other pop-psych books such as Greene and Covey and has presented them (poorly) as if they are Earth-shattering revelations. There’s more insight on the Oprah show.
Nope, Dantalion Jones/JK Ellis actually gives reference to whoever he quotes. And then brings their ideas into his own system.
As it goes, anyone who has read The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene will know that his book is quite a collection of quotes and stories from others. Why is the Forbidden Book of Getting what You Want any different for quoting Greene? (The book is actually dedicated to Greene btw!)
Jesus, Anyone here think the movie/book ‘The Secret’ wasn’t filled with rehashed stuff? They just had the backing to make it work. The author of our particular choice here gets my vote over the production of rich peoples offerings anytime.
The guy has gone out and done it alone. No backing, no proofreader (Obviously! lol) and little experience in publishing or marketing when he got his book out there IMO.
But… And this is a big but! He got out there and did his thing and, (likely against the odds) got his book(s) into print.
Who do you want to listen to when it comes to a self help book, the guy who goes out and achieves like this or million dollar setups that are selling you rehashed shite themselves and have likely never been in the position of starting from ground zero?
Ahh… Ranting, I love it! Next complaint please…
- For the price, I was disappointed with this book. I suppose I should have known that the quality of the book was questionable by the cheesy cover and title.
That “Cheesy cover and title” sold you the book. I think just from that revalation we can assume that the author knows a little bit about the way people think.
As far as the price goes…
It all depends on whether or not you put into practice what is in it, if you are buying it to test your proof reading skills rather than to put its ideas into action, you have likely wasted your money.
Who is The Forbidden Book of Getting What You Want is NOT Suited to…
- English teachers
- Proof readers
- Jumped up tossers
- People who got rich reading Think and Grow Rich
Who it is Suited to…
- People who didn’t get rich after reading Think and Grow Rich
- People who want an in your face, no bullshit set of instructions
- The average guy, who doesn’t want to read spiritual related stuff and would rather get to the ACTUAL nuts and bolts of successful thinking rather than be fed a bunch of drivel which says you have to believe in some sort of higher being.
This book is about nothing loftier than getting what you want. This book is not about spiritual ideals, abundance thinking, manifestation consciousness, prosperity awareness, or any of the usual crap that fills the self-help shelves of a new age book store.
This book is simply about getting what-you-want.Whether you want to get rich, get laid or get even, this is the book to read.
There is no honor in poverty and self-sacrifice unless it moves you in the direction of your destiny.
“The Forbidden Book of Getting What You Want” proposes that there is no greater spiritual achievement than to become a living force of nature to whom it would appear that even the gods would bow.
Of course, this book is forbidden.
Now that’s what I’m saying!
If your abuve pickin out mis-spellings and grammer errors and yer lookin for a book that gives it to ya wiv no bulls shite then I wud suggest chequeing this out for your selve ERE.