Bob Proctor Power of Mentors and a Positive Attitude

Bob Proctor Power of Mentors and a Positive Attitude

We each have infinite potential locked away inside of us, all we need to do is learn how to access it. America’s Greatest Prosperity Teacher, Bob Proctor, joins us to explore our endless possibilities, and set us on the right track to success; but how did Bob make it to where he is today? From clueless and directionless at age 26, to the great mentor he is today at 81 years old, we find out how following the advice of influential authors and teachers was the key to unlocking Bob’s true ability.


This isn’t something that only the talented mind of Bob Proctor can handle, though, we can change our lives as well! It’s all in our heads. Bob explains how a simple shift in perception, of ourselves, our lives, or the situations we find ourselves in can be the difference between knowing you can’t, and finding out that you can. While Bob is America’s greatest prosperity teacher, he lets us know that money isn’t everything. Find out how a little generosity and a big heart go a long way, and how paying it forward’ pays dividends in the end.


[00:00:00] Bob Proctor’s Science of Getting Rich
[00:04:37] Your Happiness Starts With You
[00:09:06] As A Man Thinketh, So He Is
[00:14:44] The Invaluable Influence of a Good Mentor
[00:20:33] Lead a Successful Life with Proctor Gallagher Institute
[00:27:27] How A Change of Perception Can Enrich Your Life


Discover more about segments and the guest below…

[00:00:00] Bob Proctor’s Science of Getting Rich

Best Selling Author, Bob Proctor, has helped many people get rich and written a few books to inspire others to seek the same results, including “The ABC’s of Success” and “The Art of Living”; but who are Bob’s greatest teachers and mentors?


“If you’ve got the right attitude it doesn’t matter what happens, and if you have the wrong attitude it doesn’t matter what happens. Attitude will make or break you. Your attitude is everything about you, it’s your thoughts, your feelings, and your actions.”


We have the ability to choose our thoughts, and those thoughts are very powerful and affect the world around us. Find out why Bob keeps Napoleon Hill’s book “Think and Grow Rich” with him wherever he goes, and how your attitude is everything.


[00:04:37] Your Happiness Starts With You

Einstein once said: “the intuitive mind is a sacred gift, and the rational mind is an obedient servant; we have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.” Bob Proctor explains why relying solely on our five senses can leave us to the whims of the outside world.


“Earning or having money has nothing to do with being happy. You could be the poorest person on the planet and be one of the happiest, or you could be one of the wealthiest and be one of the unhappiest.”


Bob informs us that the journey to living the life we want begins with freeing ourselves from reacting to our own five senses without intuition.


[00:09:06] As A Man Thinketh, So He Is

In 1903, a little known English man by the name James Allen wrote the book “As A Man Thinketh,” and in 1967 opened Prosperity Teacher Bob Proctor’s mind. Learn how to change your self image and not let the media, people’s opinions, or any other outside force control what you think and who you are.


“If a person takes control over their mind, they then take control over their relationships, their wealth, their health, and everything. We are a group of people who have been trained and programmed to react to life rather than respond to life.”


Bob shares how a conscious decision to adjust his self-image, thanks to an array of excellent mentors and authors, changed his whole life. Get more tips on how to make this transformation in yourself in Bob’s book, “The ABCs of Success.”


[00:14:44] The Invaluable Influence of a Good Mentor

If you need a little direction in your life, Bob Proctor’s “Six Minutes to Success” daily videos can change your life! These six minute bite sized chunks of information contain a themed idea that is designed to provoke you to think and then apply what you’ve learned to your day.


“If you sit down and have a serious truth session with your self, every one of us would come up with the fact that there has been someone that has had a real influence on our life.” Says Bob Proctor. “Everybody that does well has had someone influence them and put them on the right track. If they did a real good job, you usually stay on that track and keep getting better. I believe coaching and mentoring is extremely important…”


Bob Proctor was 26, he was unhappy, sick, and broke, but Ray Stanford turned his life around with a healthy dose of mentoring, and a push in the right direction. Bob shares his best strategy for success: Ask for direction from people who get results and do exactly what they tell you!


[00:20:33] Lead a Successful Life with Proctor Gallagher Institute

When Sandra Gallagher attended one of Bob Proctor’s seminars, she learned things she never found in formal education. Now, she’s a 50/50 partner with Bob, helping to build schools in Africa every two and a half weeks, with the goal of eventually building one a day.


“We can have anything we want. If we would spend our time thinking about how we will and not whether we can or not, we can do anything. All the great goals that have been reached, when the people set them as goals they had no idea how they were going to do it, they just knew they were going to do it!”


Bob describes how the Proctor Gallagher Institute teaches people to take control of their life by following the laws that govern our being. Get these, and other invaluable life lessons here!


[00:27:27] How A Change of Perception Can Enrich Your Life

Most people wade through this life with a potential that is being squandered. Bob Proctor explains that the only obstacle we have is weakness of attention and poverty of imagination, and a simple change of perception can help us navigate life’s circumstances to come out on top.


“I’ve learned that it’s all about giving. No one ever became poor by giving. Whatever you put out is going to come back. I never have to worry about what I’m going to get, I focus on ‘how can I give more, how can I help this person’ and I think that’s one of the greatest things I’ve learned.”

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