It was in 2004 when Rhonda was having an emotional breakdown for personal and professional reasons alike that she discovered the secret behind her film and book “The Secret”. Rhonda feels that “The Secret” aims to make people realize that they all have a potential and a purpose in life. She instantly started research work on the most influential people of all time; the highest achievers.
The novel is now available in more than 40 languages.  It became a New York Times bestseller in November 2006 upon its release, reaching the top of the list for 146 weeks in a row. The fact that people responded and took the time to write me long emails, for example, just to thank me for my blog and the way it made them feel, showed me that what I do matters to others, too. Writing is a habit, it takes time and willpower, needs to be practiced and is like a muscle. I also showed myself that I can stay consistent in something if it really matters to me, that I can dedicate time every few days to get a little better, and that I was developing the great habit of writing. I believe that one day I can make a big income from my books, my blog can get a lot of traffic, and I can inspire and encourage people while working on my habits and improving myself at the same time. I had a vision since day one, but it was getting bigger and bigger with every little success on the road. My posts are all a result of events in my life, thoughts in my head and dreams and realizations of mine.
In the beginning, I was thinking too much before posting, choosing a category, answering a comment, the right picture, the perfect title, not making mistakes, etc. Most of the people who start a blog and stay consistent with it, are also the ones who have their priorities straight, have goals and dreams, have found their passion and are now working on it. Many times you’ll be looking forward to checking your dashboard, reading comments and seeing how many views your new post has. It was a secret that had been in existence since humanity, yet was not widely known or practiced.


It pleads both readers and viewers to recognize and grasp how they have power over their own lives. The world’s best scientists, theorists, artists, innovators, pioneers and musicians so on and so forth. I feel great every time someone tells me that a post of mine made him take an important decision, become positive about something, smile, stay motivated, etc.
Technology is still not my thing, but I’ve learned how to do some stuff for the last two years. And honestly, what I learnt at university is nothing compared to that through blogging, reading, writing and researching (as it’s connected to my passion, I’m motivated, and no one actually makes me do it).
People liked it, there was some traffic regularly, sharing in social media, readers were coming back for more. After that Lifehack.org accepted me as a regular contributor and my posts were read by a huge audience. But now I just write confidently, I try new things, I’m not afraid to email a successful blogger, or post something that will receive criticism.
That shows us that it’s possible to follow your passion, do the thing you love, inspire people with it, and grow as a person throughout the process. And you’ll never find the perfect blog name, post title, theme, font or color, picture, or else.
Rhonda found the presence of the very same law amongst all these successful people, even though they were successful in fields that were poles apart. She was motivated to write this book in response to the many letters she had received from readers of her previous book. I’ve been doing it for less than two years now, but it has changed me and my life considerably. I know much more about blogging platforms, social media, blog design, search engines, SEO, html and the Web in general.


That boosted my spirit and made me reach out to other big sites in the niche and offer articles of mine to them. The moment she came to this insight she just knew she had to dedicate her time to sharing and circulating this knowledge with everyone, deeming it to be her obligation to the world. By combining innovative scientific theory with ancient knowledge and mysticism, this book truly offers the reader a superior outlook on how they can be the masters of their own lives. She took this new-found wisdom to make her film “The Secret” and wrote a book with the same title as well. The Power talks about all the insight she has gained ever since the release of “The Secret”. And although it’s nothing compared to what people in the Internet industry are aware of, it’s a lot more than I was able to do before that.
She felt that she had unearthed a law that is relevant to each and every aspect of our lives, a law that is undying and eternal; the “Law of Attraction”. She also says that the “The Secret” was strongly influenced by Wallace Wattles novel “The Science of Getting Rich” that she borrowed from her daughter. It can be easily said that Rhonda has met with much success and fame – perhaps with the help of “The Secret”. I also learned about publishing platforms, eBooks, working with MS Word and editing a work according to the requirements of digital publishing, book marketing, presenting yourself, promotion, emails, finding influencers, guest posting, etc. According to this law one can use their feelings to make their dreams a reality.  She truly thought that this was a secret that had the power to change the courses of many lives for the better. Now I have some loyal readers that read and comment on each article of mine, and many visitors that find me through browsers.



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