Episode 56 brings you another personal development great- Bob Proctor. I was first introduced to Bob back in 2006. Vic Johnson from AsAManThinketh.net, another person in the personal development space released a program called Claim Your Power Now. It featured Jim Rohn, Bob Proctor and a few others. It was while listening to these CD’s that I discovered the amazing teachings of Bob.
Bob showed up in my life in 3 significant ways. One through the Claim Your Power Now program, then with his collaboration with Mary Morrisey on the Working With the Law program based off of Raymond Holliwell’s book of the same name and then in the move The Secret. Even though Bob is going to be 87 next week, he is still going strong. In fact I just participated in a weeklong online seminar with Bob a few weeks ago!
“Set a goal to achieve something that is so big, so exhilarating that it excites you and scares you at the same time.”
So the goal of this episode is to share with you the magic of Bob Proctor and what he can do for you.
You will learn:
- A little bit about Bob’s background
- His teachings and work
- What he has studied intently for the last 50 years
- Some of the ways he has influenced my life
Bob is really a mindset coach if you will. He has spent the bulk of his career studying how the mind works and why people do what they do. Bob like me was greatly influenced by two books. Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich and Wallace Wattles book The Science of Getting Rich. It was Earl Nightingale who became his greatest mentor and really set him on the path of being a personal development great.
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Till next time-