The Jackrabbit Factor: Why You Can

The story that will inspire you to dream bigger than ever Richard is at the end of his financial rope and disappears into the woods behind his home Where has he gone, and what is required of Felicity before she can find him Unlock with Richard the secret behind the voice of inspiration and find out for yourself how truly dependable and ingenious your own inner voice canThe story that will inspire you to dream bigger than ever Richard is at the end of his financial rope and disappears into the woods behind his home Where has he gone, and what is required of Felicity before she can find him Unlock with Richard the secret behind the voice of inspiration and find out for yourself how truly dependable and ingenious your own inner voice can be.
The Jackrabbit Factor Why You Can The story that will inspire you to dream bigger than ever Richard is at the end of his financial rope and disappears into the woods behind his home Where has he gone and what is required of Felicity

  • Title: The Jackrabbit Factor: Why You Can
  • Author: Leslie Householder
  • ISBN: 9780976531012
  • Page: 417
  • Format: Paperback
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    • K. said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      I read this fabulous book into the night last night. IT's a pity the copy I read isn't mine, I want to mark it all up and I don't want to give it back (but I will, JoDean!!)Every one of us has heard of the power we can harness with proper visualization and positive thinking, but this book really spells out how to realize your goals by such methods. The author put this in a nice story format (although the woman's part of it was a bit choppy) so it was easier to digest, as opposed to a bunch of pr [...]

    • Celeste Batchelor said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      This books is available as a free eBook on jackrabbitfactor. It is listed on the Thomas Jefferson Education for Teens reading list and it has been on my list for a few months now. A friend recommended that I read after I expressed my frustration with trying to get an online business going.This book is an allagory about how to change negative thinking to positive thinking in order to attract what you want in life. I have read As a Man Thinketh and so many of the things taught in this little book [...]

    • Rochelle said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      I love how excited this book made me. It totally motivated me to do better visualizing and manifesting what I want. Some of the more memorable parts:"if you want a rabbit to come to you, then you've got to take the time to visualize the rabbit already in your hands.""That which you want is looking for you."Christmas has reminded me that children know how to do this. They know what they want. They make a list for Santa. They share it with others. Then they patiently wait for Santa to bring it to [...]

    • Shelley said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      I get the idea of it, but I'd rather watch a presentation breaking down points than the story format. Go to her website and get the emails/breakdowns. That helped more than this book. (but then again, I'm a sucker for non-fiction and bullet-points). :)

    • Boni Peterson said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      I've never really read a book about the power of believing. It had me thinking.

    • Galene said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      I just started my reading journey again. I have Loved Reading as a home-school mom, but found after all my kids were through with that phase of life I got busy with other things. I found this book right there on a full desk at the top of many books to either put away or file away, and I think as I was getting ready to challenge cleaning the desk, and it was right there =DI decided to jump back into reading and what a TREAT!!! So much Wisdom in this book. I marked it up and loved many of the quot [...]

    • Cheryl Loveless said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      This book lived in my car for months and I would just pick it up when I remembered it was there. It has some great information and ideas on how to focus in on a goal and make it happen. I am not a huge fan of the type of book that is based on a metaphor, which this is, it felt tedious near the middle and didn’t hold my interest. It is an easy read.

    • Adelle said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      This is a book that makes you think. It made me think, anyway. It teaches that we have the ability to make our dreams come true. Just by believing in them, they will come to us.

    • Calvin Memmott said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      Fabulous book!

    • Charlotte said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      This book helps me think in new and different ways and I appreciate that. It's good to look around and see and imagine how I want my life to be.

    • Cindy said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      Great ideas but not an easy read for me at all! I found it very boring trying to wade through to the meat, or rabbit, whatever.

    • Lisa said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      The principles in this book are fascinating! I will now read another of her books to learn more!

    • Mary said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      Easy to read and great at making you think. It really helped me realize my views of abundance and my fears that hold me back.

    • Jannie said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      This was a fabulous book for learning about how we sell ourselves short in this mortal life. The entire book is an analogy. It's main focus is toward finances, but I gained so much more out of it than that. Fretting over insignificant or petty details is such a waste of life. The goods are found when you can look at the overall picture and find the details that matter, the little things that make life the miracle that it is. It was empowering. The story gives a simple analogy of how we can attra [...]

    • Shrikanya said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      I do not understand how this book can be classified as non-fiction. This is such a beautiful story. You cannot stop reading it and you cannot stop smiling while reading it. Its like onion, you peel one layer and you discover something new. People have been trying to teach us thing via The Secret, The LAw of attraction,etc. But this book incorporates everything by means of a wonderful story. The entire book is so captivating that you keep going back and forth with the story in the book and your o [...]

    • Nickie said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      This is another book that took we awhile to read but I'm glad to have participated in the journey that this author is sharing. This is not mainstream thinking.Recently I started using Tapping as a means to help my mind prepare for sleep. I was also introduced to affirmations to say repeatedly. So when I read this book I could see that it makes since. I haven't put all the concepts to testing yet but I'm starting and I trust this can work.For example: I told our kids to imagine what it feels like [...]

    • Andrea said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      This book taught me that I can create a solution in my mind and it will come to fruition. The format for this book is allegory -- so the author teaches a lesson through a story. I think allegories are particularly difficult because each detail is symbolic and so the details are somewhat contrived. A man goes into the woods and falls asleep. While sleeping he dreams he is on a path picking up paper bags. When he decides to get off the path he finds that other people are chasing rabbits but he doe [...]

    • Melissa said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      I've been fascinated with the mind ever since I was very young and heard that humans use such a small percentage of their brains. I wanted to learn how to increase that percentage and have read a lot on the subject. "The Jackrabbit Factor" is about using the power of our mind to achieve the things in life that we want and tells us how to actually go about doing it. It is amazing!There is unlimited possibility in this, especially since it keeps God in the equation, unlike another book on the same [...]

    • Bryan said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      This is perhaps the best book I have ever read on the subject of goals and how to accomplish your goals. For those of you who are fans of "The Secret" you HAVE TO go and get this book. It shows exactly how the secret works and it is told in the form of a story. This is one of the few "self-help" genre books I have started and could not put down until I read the whole thing. And then I turned around and read it the very next day again.Awesome!

    • Kelsey said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      This is a motivational book my husband made me read. I was surprised that I actually liked something he suggested seeing as how he only reads books for personal growth (He will rarely read a fictional ‘for fun’ book). This book put a different perspective on achieving your goals/dreams. It is a simple analogy teaching principles we can all use in our lives starting today. A quick read that I think is worth picking up.

    • Melanie said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      At the beginning of the book I wondered if I was going to enjoy it and what in the world it had to do with jackrabbits! But I kept reading and it was fantastic! This book provides a new mindset to how-to-get-what-you-want. It is particularly written for those who want to get ahead financially but can be easily applied to anything in life. This book is theoretical, not so much practical. But still a great motivational book.

    • Erin said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      This is really a 3.5 starts for me. I put it as a 4 star because of the last section of the book. The beginning of the story seemed too dramatic. Going off in the woods, falling asleep, his wife thinking he is committing suicide After finishing the book, I can see the need for the set-up. The last part of the book was really, really good. The mind is a great thing and more powerful than we know. Can't wait to read the next book. Hidden Treasures.

    • Karen said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      I really liked this book. I connected with the message, and it totally made sense to me. It's basically an allegory that explains the ideas behind "The Secret" (as seen on Oprah). The writing left a little to be desired, but I got the message that she was trying to convey, so I still give it 4 stars.

    • Jamie Duncan said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      I give it a 4 for content and intent of what it is teaching. It truly gives one an idea of how to harness the inner power inside of us, and how we can seek after what we truly desire. The writing isn't the greatest, simplistic, and even some editing errors throughout, but it's a great message of individual power regarding your placement in life.

    • Katie said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      I would highly recommend this book to anyone. It is kind of a corny story and not the best writing ever, but it gets a great point across that has been life-changing for me. It started with figuring out what I want and it just keeps getting better. It is a quick, easy read and very helpful for anyone feeling very "blah" in there current world

    • LuAnn said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      I've read lots of books about how to make more money and become a better person, but this one takes a new twist. Written more as a novel rather than a resource guide, the lessons I've learned before were renewed in my mind in a way that made me think more deeply than perhaps I had before. Well worth the couple hours it took me to read this one.

    • Anthony Mast said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      Normally I only read books that have been recommended, but this I picked off the shelf for a quick read. It's not real deep or frilly, but for me it has a good storyline wrapped around solid life principles to live by. These laws/principles are working for you, either positively or negatively, whether you know it or not. I recommend this for a quick read.

    • Megan Rasmussen said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      LOVED!! Really helped me to get life back on track and figure out what I really want out of life. Changed my way of thinking and I already know I will refer back to it often in my goal setting. Great read if your looking for some motivation & inspirations.As an LDS member-- really opened my eyes more to the process of receiving revelation and practicing faith.

    • Jessica said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      This is a great book explaining many universal truths, like the Law of Attraction, as an analogy. The writing is a tad cheesy, but it does a great job getting the point across in symbolic form, so I'd definitely recommend it to others.But the best part? You can download it in pdf form for FREE on the author's website! jackrabbitfactor/

    • Angela A. Christensen said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:12 AM

      This book was very interesting and a much different take on the power of how how we have so much control in how we live our lives and what we bring into it, people, love, success, to name a few. This book will help you understand and how to make goals to improve different aspects of your life. A quick and fun read, very inspiring! I enjoyed it!

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