Coaching (The Matrix Dictionary)
How To Become A Life Coach (and make lots of cash).
A simple recipe in style with the Rumpology Hoax, which also show the main traits of the enormous number of websites offering life coaching. Not surprisingly the author uses the Law of Attraction coaches as a bogeyman. Law of Attraction is the worst example of what people will write about themselves and their results, as well as the methods they use in order to fool people.
The book the Secret is the famous promoter of the Law of Attraction. The Secret´s performers/followers manipulative sign themselves with all kinds of titles. Here is some examples from the book (which, by the way, also is quite revealing): “philosopher, lecturer, author and creator of true wealth, prosperity, and human potential programs,” (James Arthur Ray), “moneymaking and business-building expert” (John Assaraf), “philosopher, chiropractor, healer and personal transformation specialist” (John DeMartini), “metaphysician and one of the top marketing specialists in the world” (Joe Vitali), “a nonaligned, trans-religious progressive” (Michael Beckwith).
(Joe Vitale is the Danny DeVito of the Secret, who also signs himself Dr Joe Vitale, MSC.D. I wonder what these initials mean? I have never heard about them. Anyway: it is funny to follow his extremely self-exaggerated statements).
See my article The New Thought Movement and the Law of Attraction)
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