Recently, a reader wrote:
In some of your past emails or blog posts (or both?), you've mentioned the law of reciprocity.
What exactly is that?
Whenever possible, when I release a new ebook or paperback book on Amazon, I'll offer it to my blog readers and email subscribers at a special, limited-time, discounted price. When I do that, I usually include this request for reviews:
"I need your help!! If this book leaves you feeling like 5 stars, I'd really appreciate your returning the favor with a 5-star review on my Amazon page for it. It'll help me, it'll help others, and, through the law of reciprocity, it'll help you as well."
Rather than reinvent the wheel, to answer your question, I refer you to an article I wrote awhile back and made publicly available that I recently updated and posted here titled "The Universal Law Behind the Golden Rule". Click or tap the link below to read it.
Click or tap here to read my "The Universal Law Behind the Golden Rule" article.
By the way, if you don't already have a copy of Mr. Wattles' book The Science of Getting Rich that's mentioned in that article, you can get one along with eighty-three other rare books and articles by Wallace D. Wattles on Amazon Kindle. Click or tap the link below to get your copy today.
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Note: Thank you to all those who've left me those 5-star reviews. It's helped me, it's helped others, and through the law of reciprocity, if it hasn't already, it'll help you as well. Why? Because it's the law!