Mike Dooley

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Mike Dooley (born 7 February 1961, Orange, California) is a New York Times Bestselling author,[1] speaker, and entrepreneur in the philosophical New Thought movement. His teachings contain the premise that our "thoughts become things," an expression he made popular in Rhonda Byrne's book and video documentary on the Law of Attraction, The Secret.[2][3]


Dooley graduated from the University of Florida in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.


Dooley worked in Florida, Saudi Arabia, and Massachusetts as an international tax specialist for Price Waterhouse Coopers[4] before co-founding TUT Enterprises, Inc. in 1989 with his brother, Andy Dooley and mother.[5]

TUT sold its own line of T-shirts and gifts from a small chain of stores and through a distributor in Jyoetsu, Japan.[6] In 1999 the company wound down retail and wholesale operations and Dooley became the sole shareholder, transforming the business into today's "Adventurer's Club" to celebrate the adventure of life. By August 2015 there were 700,000 members, all of whom receive Dooley's daily e-mailings,[citation needed] "Notes from the Universe",[7] which have spun off into books, calendars, greeting cards, and world tours.[8][failed verification]

Dooley's work has been published in 25 languages.[8][failed verification]

Books and other publications[edit]

  • Dooley, Mike (1998). Totally Unique Thoughts. ISBN 0964216817.
  • Dooley, Mike (1998). Lost in Space. ISBN 0964216825.
  • Dooley, Mike (2001). Thoughts Become Things (audio)|format= requires |url= (help). ISBN 0964216884.
  • Dooley, Mike (2002). Infinite Possibilities: The Art of Living Your Dreams (audio)|format= requires |url= (help). ISBN 0964216868.
  • Dooley, Mike (2007). New Perspectives from an Old Friend. Notes from the Universe. 1. ISBN 978-1582701769.
  • Dooley, Mike (2008). Life, Dreams & Happiness. Notes from the Universe. 2. ISBN 978-1582701844.
  • Dooley, Mike (2008). Dancing Life's Dance. Notes from the Universe. 3. ISBN 978-1582701868.
  • Leveraging the Universe (audio)|format= requires |url= (help). 2008. ISBN 978-0743571395.
  • Dooley, Mike (2008). It Couldn't be Easier (audio)|format= requires |url= (help). Manifesting Change. ISBN 9780976542070.
  • Dooley, Mike (2009). Choose them Wisely. Thoughts Become Things. ISBN 978-1582702339.
  • Dooley, Mike (2009). Infinite Possibilities: The Art of Living Your Dreams. ISBN 978-1582702261.
  • Dooley, Mike (2009). Thoughts Become Things (DVD).
  • Dooley, Mike (2010). Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Life ... but were Afraid to Ask. ISBN 978-0981460246.
  • Dooley, Mike (2010). 2012 – A Wrinkle in Time (DVD).
  • Dooley, Mike (2010). It Couldn't be Easier. Manifesting Change. ISBN 978-1582702759.
  • Dooley, Mike (2010). The Law of Attraction (DVD). Manifesting Change.
  • Dooley, Mike (2011). Leveraging the Universe: 7 Steps to Engaging Life's Magic. ISBN 9781582703145.
  • Dooley, Mike (2012). Perpetual Calendar. Notes from the Universe. ISBN 9780981460215.
  • Dooley, Mike (2012). A 60-Card Deck. Notes from the Universe. ISBN 9780981460260.
  • Dooley, Mike (2012). An Adventurer's Guide to the Jungles of Time and Space. ISBN 9780981460253.
  • Dooley, Mike (2013). The Path Less Traveled (DVD).
  • Dooley, Mike (2013). Dreams Come True, All They Need is You!. ISBN 9780981460277.
  • Dooley, Mike (2014). The Top Ten Things Dead People want to Tell You. ISBN 978-1401945565.
  • Dooley, Mike (2015). Coloring Book. Notes from the Universe. ISBN 9781401950514.
  • Dooley, Mike (2016). On Abundance: A 60-Card Deck. Notes from the Universe. ISBN 9781401950224.
  • Dooley, Mike (2015). Your Magical Life. ISBN 9780981460284.
  • Dooley, Mike (2016). Life on Earth. ISBN 9781781804018.
  • Dooley, Mike (2017). From Deep Space with Love. ISBN 9781401952822.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Hardcover Advice". books. New York Times. 27 September 2009.
  2. ^ "Teachers". The Secret. 2006.
  3. ^ "Life bookshelf". Lifestyle. thestar.com.my.
  4. ^ Campbell, Denis, ed. (2011). "Happy New Year". UK Progressive.
  5. ^ "unknown title". Canada.com. Ottawa Citizen News.
  6. ^ Patteson, Jean (27 April 1990). "Artistry Suited to the Wardrobe". Orlando Sentinel.
  7. ^ "title unknown". Blogs. Inspired Entrepreneur.
  8. ^ a b "Mike Dooley". Author biography. Simon & Schuster.