18 Burst results for "Bob Proctor"

"bob proctor" Discussed on On Purpose with Jay Shetty

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

05:58 min | Last week

"bob proctor" Discussed on On Purpose with Jay Shetty

"Welcome to the show bob proctor. Bob thank you so much for doing this. My pleasure jim absolutely. It's wonderful to finally be with. You have watched your videos for a long time and come across your work. And as i was saying that to you before you said to me. I've been around for a long time. I've always valued the insights and wisdom for people who've seen there been there done a lot of things. What's the biggest lesson that you learned in the last twelve months that maybe you haven't learned in your life. I think i'm becoming more familiar with the importance of the internet over the past twelve months. I sometimes feel like. I was guided. J i built a studio. It's actually a small t. v. station now. I say that. Because i had a couple of people from a tv station in the studio. And i said it's sort of like a tv station. They said no. Bob is tv station. We have multiple cameras here. We have our own editing. We broadcast all over the world from here. It's really put together. And i think the thing i've learned over the past year is that you have to learn how to communicate to different mediums. Or you're going to go out of business in our business anyway and we have been exceptionally well. Set up for this situation that we're all experiencing in the world today as a result we're able to reach a lot of people. A lot of people and a lot people need help today. There's a lot of mental nonsense going on in in the minds of masses that They've never faced before. A lot of people need a lot of help. And that's what we're trying to provide. What do you think's changed bob. Where since when you first started supporting and helping people and now you continue to do your work so effectively..

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"bob proctor" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"Well. If you keep thinking about it, you're GonNa hurt hear people talk about it. See that's what I did. I wrote it on a card. I. Still Carry The card in my pocket. Not that one but I've always carried one. This is my gold card. And I wrote on it. I would have twenty five thousand dollars. That was in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, one, I mean that would be like you and I say we're going to get a billion by tomorrow I mean it was just so far out of my reach. But what it did it got me thinking of earning money. Now, you say well, weren't you thinking of that before? No I was thinking of debt I was thinking of hard times troubles bad times at I got. Reading this Carta kept taking hurting money I. heard people talking about her any money. At I started to find ways to do it. Somebody said, there was good money cleaning floors. I, said, I'm not proud of clean floors. I ended up in five years, cleaning, TORONTO MONTREAL BOSTON Cleveland Atlanta London England. Now I was studying this stuff all the time. And I was studying early ain't ios recordings. then. I made up my mind. I was going to go to work for him. And I did. So I think we're a person starts. Joel gotta sit down. And write it out you're. Not just thinking about it. That's not good enough. You've got to think about it. And you write it down in the present tense I am so happy and grateful now that I have. And right of that, and then just think how you can go spend any time thinking of why you can't. Any dumbbell can figure out why you can't figure out how you can. Don't talk to anybody about why it won't work talk about how it will work. Yep. Yep this is this is so profound. Bob Eleven years ago I it a ten year vision for success I got really detailed about my future. And within six years I was living in my tenth year. Now, I travel the world and teach thousands, tens of thousands of people how to do the same and I have my students now on average achieving the third and fourth year vision within the first year. What's your advice around vision costing living in a vision? Oh. Wow. I, think I, think you start out with your purpose. And I have a purpose. My purpose is to live and work in a prosperous environment that encourages productivity and pleasure so that I can improve the service I render. To my family, my company, my community, my nation, and ultimately the world. So I've got a big vision to takes in whole world. I think that's very important. and. You have a multiplicity of that you want to do. That was my purpose by vision I see it as a long range. It's like a funnel coming out of your head and going away out a multiplicity of great things you want to accomplish and write them all down. Put them on paper. Then, your goal is taking a bite out of that vision. This I'm going to do right now. As. You're working towards it, other things keep coming. But you see What you did when you wrote dad no different than a narcotic sitting down and making a design to build a host I mean what the hell that's all houses built at how cars and boats are built. It's also lives are built. You sit down and you write out what you want. To See nineteen seventy-three Joel, I took a pan and I said I'm going to build a company that operates over the world. Are Company. Now operates in eighty nine countries and it's growing. It's all in division. What you're saying everybody should do it and they don't understand. That's why they don't do it. So you should study it study for goodness sake. You know I got this book you were born rich anybody can go online download it for nothing. Just go to Bob proctor dot com you'll find me and get the born rich book the idea behind it everybody's born rich most people are just a little short money this will show you how to do whatever I've done or whatever you're doing. Get the book, download it, and then start to do what it says. Yes. Yes. It's all available to us as no excuse, right? So Bob I would love to understand who you at fifteen years old. Let's climb into the mind of a young ball because I want to see it as a patent here we've interviewed a lot of successful people especially in the Self Development Speaking Coaching Space Entrepreneurial. Space and I'm starting to feel like there's a bit of a patent. Right. If you could share me who you have fifteen years old that'd be awesome. I was a mess I was scared skinny. Kid with this terrible self image. Getting Wyche anybody didn't like anything. Wouldn't do I always told. And quit school. Two months high school. Went and took dumb jobs. Joined the navy. Same thing came out worked in bars and in factories. I was a very, you know I've thought about I was always unhappy. I was never happy. People say well, you must have been happy as a kid. No, I wasn't. I was unhappy all the time. I think I had fun from time to time. But there's a distinct difference between Heaven Fun and Being Happy Fund is something that's very shallow and it's very short loot. Happiness is something runs very deep and long lasting. I was never happy. Did a fun from time to time. And it wasn't until I was twenty six. The man got me reading this book thinking rich. This book Joel is falling apart I've been reading it every day now for. Since nineteen sixty one..

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"bob proctor" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on The Playbook

"That's where you've been given an imagination to get out of the box. It's with your imagination that you build images of what you want. And if you can build image, you can do it. You can hold it in your head. You can hold it in your hand when we understand that. Like I would imagine, this goes to a lot of athletes as Well they can take an anything they want. They gotta pay the price. And when it comes in, kick it out, you can afford the dote, and you've gotta understand. If you're gonNA, do it. It's repetition. Get the idea from someone who's already mastered at say, what should I do and do exactly what they tell you until you find out? They're lying or they don't know what they're talking about. The real pros are not going to lie and they do know what they're talking about. It's repetition. Repetition of the right thing will alter the paradigm. It'll change the behavior. That's awesome. We have Dave. Meltzer here with one of his true heroes mentors Bob proctor empower others to empower. That's the true proctor legacy I'm just blessed to call you a friend now. And I appreciate your time. Really enjoyed your you're. I mean you're doing good work I'm trying. And now you're doing, you're doing great work, and you're doing it all over the place. I appreciate it this day. MELTZER biggest compliment I've ever gotten hope. You enjoyed this episode of the playbook, but more importantly I want you to join my text community. I'm doing a lot of fun things there. One on one conversations, trainings giveaways, and is the first place I release all the information that I'm giving so join me at my texts platform, nine, four, nine, two, nine, eight to nine, zero five. That's nine, four, nine, two, nine, eight to nine five. Join my exclusive community..

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"bob proctor" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on The Playbook

"Will grow with just as great an abundance as the other, and that's the way your subject of mine works you put the wrong idea in it will grow. Put the right idea and grow. We have the ability to change. What's in there? We did not program it. It was programmed through genetic history where the. Confluence of genetic pool it goes back for generations that's at birth and then environmentally. And we have the ability to solve that. Up until around four, five were being programmed by our environment. Prior to that is genetic. that the programming is dictating results. When we change the results, we've got a gain an understanding that we've altered our own consciousness, but if we don't understand now that we will down towards him, it's her. It's it it's this. It's that we point to something outside. As the cause of what's going on inside as never what it is might have been someone that helped us shift consciousness, but we've moved and we want success. We've got to change. What's inside right so central, and it doesn't change until we do. That reminded me of two things. My Mom told me she was in real fan of of reading and especially history and I, said well. That's what. What You told me not to stumble on. The road blocks behind me. Why am I so? Is it so important to study history? She said because the one thing that never changes is human nature, and so I want you to learn about human nature. Your mother incorrect. He's amazing. What you teach to well yeah, and then the second part was Wayne Dyer was another mentor of mine, a good friend of yours power of and tension chain my life, but you the the one line change the way you look at things. The things look at change. There's no question about it. That's a Bob proctor and they'll in a nutshell. That's all you did in your life and someone asks you. That's what you did, she. The whole universe operates by law. Everything moves according to law..

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"bob proctor" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on The Playbook

"Training to register look forward to seeing you every Friday. This is entrepreneurs the playbook now I know that you're so humble and I don't embarrass you, but I'm with Bob proctor and he has so many not not pure speaker author but he's an inspiration to me personally and you've you talk about people that have changed your life, and there's those five or six people that you were talking about you. Not, embarrass you? But you are one of those people that changed my life and gave it a different direction. We're both thinking grow rich bands. I think we shared a part in the new movie that's coming out August fourteenth and fifteen. They're doing the premier but I thought the few viewers that haven't experienced or seen Bob proctor. If you give a little bit of background on who you are and some of your philosophy. Sure well. That's pleasure and I didn't know that told me the story. I. Could You well mine life was? My life was a mess. It was a total. it was in a state of chaos, absolute chaos. Until I was twenty six I wouldn't go to school. I didn't go to school I. Know Formal Education I had no business background. How parents feel about not going to school well. They didn't seem to. My mother raised three of us on her own Kosovo and my dad. I never saw him and mother was so busy trying to earn enough money I. Don't think he'd care. She cared. I was having trouble in school, so she was probably glad I was getting to work somewhere. And when I was twenty six, I had a man. That sat down with me. And he said. Why don't you change the way you're living? It never entered my mind that I could and looking back. And thinking about I think there's all kinds of people wandering the planet. All kinds of athletes. That are not getting the results they want and they don't know they can change them. Only, one person there's only one person in the whole universe that can change Bob and that's about. Yeah. There's only one person can change Stephen Esteve. Now. We get inspired by their people. We get helped other people, but we gotta do it ourself, and he gave me thinking go rich, and he said of you do exactly what. I tell you. You have anything you want. Why didn't believe that? But he was so adamant about I believed he believed. And so. I started to listen to him. And I set a goal. I wanted some money I. Want Twenty Five Thousand Dollars. This is in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty one, so it was more money than it is today, but I didn't even know anyone of twenty five thousand dollars, he said, listen right on on a card keeping the buck, keep doing right, tell you so I started to hear people talking about earning money and There was one guy said. There's good money cleaning floors. You should clean floors. Role I wasn't proud. I'd clean floors. And he's a bridge..

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Lisa Meiring, CEO of Radical Results Consulting, Provides Success and Mindset Strategies

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

08:48 min | 1 year ago

Lisa Meiring, CEO of Radical Results Consulting, Provides Success and Mindset Strategies

"I know you're going to be talking about mindset at ignite and why is this such an important topic to just start there. What does mindset in the mean to you. I love that. Yes yes while it's important because I have seen it. How impactful having the right mindset has been in my own life and certainly on my client's life and so many others so what does mindset I mean that it encompasses a lot so unlike the way I'm GonNa give you a little bit of an analogy and imagine imagine tomorrow morning waking up? You're getting out of bed and they're the foot of the bed. Is this beautiful goal deliberating boxed and inside the box is the most perfect mindset and when you use it you believe in yourself completely you're able to see obstacles as redirection and understand that Alia's air out you become stronger and grow. Oh and you're aware that Dow eighth year is there but you know you can overcome that because you're a bad ass in you know certain view that you're just so worthy league of your reign as gifts to share with the world so I started the Senate. Gorny analogies doesn't compass so much US US mindset is really about our thought. It's how and what we think and it influences every aspect of our life you know it. Wouldn't it be great. If we had a stocking cap like that that we could just put onto our head would lead our whole day right absolutely yeah yeah and it's you know I think the thing is we all know that our mindset is something especially as entrepreneurs that we have to work with on an ongoing only basis on a daily basis. This is so amazing over the course of the years that I've been doing extraordinary women radio. I've gotten to interview some of the most amazing women in the world doing the most amazing things and when I asked them about mindset they were like it's a it's an everyday practice. It's a journey an `social so that we're all kind of working on absolutely absolutely so listeners more about year. Let's in we'll come back back to more more about mindset but let's I want to hear more of your story. has there been a time in your life that just really a defining signing time or situation that just forever shaped your life something that change the path. You're on the journey. Were on. There's there's quite a few but I'll tell you candy. I started my career. Actually an education and I wasn't second third grade teacher. I keep me anymore sector teachers who have gone to the world launch your the CY. I met several women like that recently. It's funny yeah. I was just in a meeting at rise collaborative attend as well as you who became entrepreneurs. It might be something about that background. Absolutely absolutely it was something I wanted to be. Since I was a little girl I mean so I dove for several years I I was really good at it and he was so much passion I add around and so I moved into position and I became an instructional coach. Coach was teaching and training teachers so then the hesitation world between teaching in a as a coach for ten years and it was after that decade long journey when I started feeling drain and it just didn't bring me joy any longer which I imagine those you've met lately probably both the same way uh-huh absolutely absolutely I think as we get these little triggers that say something's supposed to shift and if we start to pay attention to it we we listen listen. We move we act on it or if we don't pay attention to very often what happens is that people is that the universe comes in and helps us gently move or not so gently only move in a different direction through yeah. Here's the generally or gently flush ourselves all in long story short. I'll share that I moved from education. I went to some several other jobs in positions in. I wasn't Louisville told them I was really struggling. I went into sales. I was county executive for awhile and over time. That was a whole dirtiness south of me. Shifting self-image imagine working by did become successful. I just didn't lay my soul on fire and try to all those things and I was struggling. If I might have purpose notifying what my passion wasn't who I was and I think during this sort of transitional period of the frustration and feeling stuck it became a really huge guests firmy. I opened me up a lot of waste of personal growth and development and reading bugs and attending seminars really learning mindsets and I think through that Change Might Aso's significantly and when I started becoming Herrera's Boehner Wall and hearing my authentic southeast has stock in the way that I wasn't navy others relay her same right like I should have the Dow team that my bank account wasn't where it supposed to hold on in that journey a mess like minded people. I ended up working on actually NBA Crocker's. Inner Circle was great phenomenal. He says that's cheap. General Roland human potential and success was a huge hat for me and I got so much to my radical results insulting business awesome awesome awesome was what was when. How did you decided to take the leap into starting your own business from that organization yeah. That's a great question. You ended as a leap. It takes courage. I it does take your so commute scary. Absolutely it was over time and it was it was under his behind the scenes. Hell Outta guidelines in it's essentially in so to be on my own antique took courage but just as you said earlier it was something that was tugging on my heart and no whisper of take this information and lock arms with rush and help them grow and learn and like if I didn't honestly I was I was playing small because my fear I had to. I knew new life the wings grow as I as I went nice and when you when you were in that space and so you had to you work on your mindset to to to work through the fear that was there the work through the uncertainty the doubt that can show up for us. How what what were some of the things oh you did to find that courage and to step into that. I did quite a bit of things I I ended. Adopt hindsight concede us a little bit more clearly ice. I made some some Rachel for myself. I think that was the biggest piece 'cause what can happen is fear continual kind of spiral you in all kinds of. I felt like the only way I can take control of this. I can create some rituals around my my day race starting small. What can I do in my data ensure. I started the day with intention to I was doing a lot of ice still do affirmations uh-huh visualizing. This is what I want and where I'm going. This is a daily practice that you do completely yeah yeah. I it a lot you know sometimes it's Sorta ball ends then but I read a lot of those pieces absolutely and what were some of the most important learnings that you check out Bob Proctor's doctors program to that you incorporate today asked how much a part of it were those rituals obey piece of in your attention. I learned so much from him about the conscious mind in a self conscious mind and how they were in won't get in to that too deeply. Don't know that we got time nine today. There's so much power and understanding our mind really works and the power of our Scott's me. Thank you understood how powerful your thoughts where you wouldn't have a negative one

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"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"The best way you can get back to me is to subscribe to the podcast and leave a review. I don't care if you leave a one star review a five star review. I just want to hear your thoughts on what you enjoyed about this. Tell me how i can improve it and make it better for you and be of service to you at a greater level level moving forward. My whole mission is to serve you at the highest level and it doesn't matter if you think again one star five star just connect over there. Leave us a review. We'd love to hear from you as we like to share those with our team we like to share that with our audience and it's going to help us spread the message of even more so. This is your first time here. Go subscribe grab over on apple podcast again. Leave a review and to bring it back to the beginning full. Circle roomy said the universe is not outside of you. Look look inside yourself everything that you want you already are and bob proctor said thoughts become things if you see it in your mind and you will hold it in your hand. I love you so very much and you know a comedy is it's time to go out there and do something great breath they..

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"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"And learn more about everything there but you continue to show up and serve and give and i think it's very it's very inspiring for me and so many people to witness as a as a mentor and a role model. There's so many people that the more success you have you continue to give the more you continue to learn and continue to share and i want to continue to be that example like you of living for so long so i'm really grateful for you. I'm really the knowledge you for your gifts your wisdom and your humility in your sharing not just acting like you have all the answers but costly learning and constantly sharing now for for everything i listen. I really enjoy being here yeah but i love this so much. It's great. I mean i i would feel deprived when there's some reason i can't do this because i just love doing it. I love wake up in the morning and you mentioned refers started. I knew when i could change like i'm happy healthy wealthy today. I have have over world. I got wonderful. Friends all over the world is that when when i guide that was losing the way i can start winning antibody but he can't yeah so i mean i don't care i've gone into prison to assist own into she. Maximum security in canada and i had let a guy out that was warden. Consider my mad dog. Put him on special pro. I got the canadian government limited tear up his his parole and give them a passport to move with me. I mean i've seen situations that you wouldn't believe leap could happen. I've seen them happen. You miracles. I mean they're. They're happening every day right so i knew i could win. Anybody can win. It's just a matter of getting the radio formation from the right people. I think we get too much information from the wrong. People and personal development today is such a well known thing that for anybody not to be developing themselves personally is it is rather sad. I think we have to help them resolve we can like. I don't think person deliberately destroys himself. I think they're misguided. Yeah they're ignorant. They don't know they don't know how to shift. They don't they don't know they don't know they're lost and so i believe do responsibility help uh-huh yeah. That's great yeah. Well you share a lot of information on your website. Bob proctor dot com. You've got all the information for your books. You do conferences all over the world seminars. When are you doing one here in l._a. All the time it seems like you've got them all over the place where people can find you bob proctor dot com social media dan on instagram or twitter anything yourself offer..

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"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Brakemanship. I mean she was damn good. She by bank cell banks turned banks the public work in community banks but a lot of money and she came to a seminar around the time the secret. I kept hitting people. What are you really want. She'd been very successful. She graduated as the top banking lawyer in every a university in united states she was number one. She studied in europe in england and <hes> should never thought it what she really wanted. Her dad was is a banking lawyer. She sort of followed suit. She'd be damn good person free at interview sometime. Larry larry king interviewed her one time <hes> she's. She's really a breakout and i'm anchalee. She lives in a different frequency altogether. She's very very bright but we were doing a seminar. In phoenix. Six and i was leaving town and she was staying. She was doing and she said. Could you get together with me for a cup of coffee. She had some personal problems. I should share so are we sat down to coffee shop and she said could you keep me stay thinks i should do shower personal problems ensure again and tell her so. I took like you know how they have these napkins on june here rate down down ten things. You're grateful for that done any nia to send loved the three people that are bothering you while yeah hard thing to do somebody really obsessively audi. They assemble up to three people that are bothering you and then share it with somebody. She had peggie something like here's an iphone gina genucel thomas this is gina. Can you get a pad made and i told her what i wanted and i said she made a pat. She had it where <music> <unk> within an hour she went to cancer someplace inner computer and she had this bad with her name is and she was going to hawaii the next day with her mother and sister so she took a pad for her and the three of them every morning. There's really dumps it down every morning. Write down ten things. You're grateful so for the whole their lives changed well. It had such an impact on her mother and sister. We started to do it in every seminar now l. now and she she chews on their teachers if she doesn't the seminar and she's almost always in it and she tells the story about me doing that with her now she does everybody and so on then in this pad ponant there's ten things on the top and i have to read it with my left hand every day doing that for a year. That's a very powerful thing to yeah. Gratitude is everything is the antidote to all stress anger for the entire process of mental adjustment there it is that's a stress and it doesn't matter what your problem any you change perception you change your life like you said yeah and it might only be for a minute minute changes. Your whole world changes your vibration to attract more what you want chris. I want to acknowledge you for bob because you've been doing this for a long time. You've been doing this before. I was born or you know twenty years before i was born born the fact that you continue to show up with the same focus intensity generosity day in and day out on your seminars ars which i hope everyone listening goes to go bob proctor dot com.

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"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Nothing the tables moving. It just appears to be still alive. Live is brazen decrease. Everything moves nothing resh well. When you think you put you onto a frequency you can only attract. What's on that frequency thing you you think about a personal. I just concentrated personal phone. Yeah we'll bump into them on the street you thinking about the law of attraction takes over. Are you could attract to you what you're in harmony with where when you set goals you gotta see yourself already there. It's called a mindset. People talk about mindset. They don't understand what it is. They set their mind on the frequency that they have to be an to attract what they have to attract and then south paul moves into farm you get emotion involved in your so intellectually and emotionally involved. The only problem is you don't have an unofficial plan yet but it will manifest invest in time. We just don't know what time is your guessing. At the time you reach your goal. I love his stuff. I love this. I live for all day with you. I wanna ask a few final questions. This is a question i asked i want to be and it's called the three truths this and that you get to pick the last day on this physical earth for you some point. You've got to go and it could be a hundred years. Three hundred years could be tomorrow whatever it is you want it to be. You get to pick the day imagine you've created everything you wanna create or close to it and you feel grateful before it. All you've done everything you wanna do. You've had the life relationships but for whatever reason you gotta take all with you everything of created gotta go with you when you leave. You've however you get to write down on a piece of paper. Three things you know to be true that you would leave behind for the world three lessons that you would leave behind and this is is all people would have to be remembered by you or your messages. I called the three truths. What would you say are yours. It's an interesting justin question. <hes> live in the now <hes> is this just my last day. I was doing what i wanted to do. I'd be right here doing what i'm doing right now yeah because that's i'm doing. I'm doing what i wanna do so. I think you have to do the same you wanna. Do you gotta be see if you ask the person to questions wary and what time is there are always going to give you the same answer. I'm here as now that's where we should live. Everything doesn't illusion. There's no such thing as time. That's lujan something we use fiscal benefit. Born of physical beings were spiritual beings and chime hair is now live in the now be grateful. All this waddles sites getting rich said gratitude on the first page of his. It's chapter seven read this. The entire process of mental adjustment and atonement can be summed up in one word gratitude so dead matter how i disturbed you identify. What's bothering you. You can solve whatever it is in be forgiven for whatever it is through gratitude just sick. What are you grateful and number three is give simple she in all the programs that we run a number a different programs and that's what it's all about that our companies about in this business that i'm in. I think you'd go one of two ways. You try nine for self-aggrandizement join a bigger star..

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"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Y. Y y so that's right so it becomes a new action the conditioning still there just on a higher level what are thoughts that we should be thinking every day. You give his habits learn study. Have mentor have a goal or multiple goals. But what out of the idea should we be saying to ourselves internally and did you have an affirmation it positive statement from yourself. You give to yourself and that has something to to do your goal. That's how you change the paradigm. The paradigm can only be changed. One of two ways one is an emotional impact which doesn't happen often and the other was example for that what's on the example for that would be nine eleven now. Nine eleven wasn't an emotional impact for me. It probably wasn't for you but for people people who lived right near there or lost somebody that was emotional impacting. Just something hit you so hard. Just knock you off your pins emotional impact act and repetition conscience-based repetition. She you take this affirmation of saying. I want to change and you've got to keep repeating to yourself. You're going to keep seeing it through the repetition asian of it pretty soon. It becomes fixing your mind then the thing you're afraid of becomes a habit. You just automatically do it yeah. They're saying do automatically today then you don't even give a thought to at one time you're afraid to do it sure so that's i think that's how you keep. Changing thought is a very powerful saad is the preamble to everything. Some waves are cosmic waves. They penetrate all the time and space. I could fortunate working with ed mitchell. He was the captain of the lunar landry montiel and one of the apollo flights and he did transfer. Its exercises neither side of the moon. Let's sherman and ford here on earth. They're all all gone now but here doing south transferred exercises all the time and we have not got to a point really understand that if i dial your number i'm on your frequency. <hes> i will never get tiffany's phone to ring right. Get your phone to ring if i take a picture picture of tiffany and i send it to a friend of mine in singapore simultaneous with me hitting sent here in los angeles. They've got it in singapore. You know that yeah well sought works same way. I could be thinking of you. I'll trigger cells in your brain and your cells. If you're not thinking go sales will start juggling your started thinking to me and maybe i'll phone say there's a damn thing was just thinking of you. How also uh well. We understand what's happening. You think on frequencies now this has to do with goals. When you set a goal you you have to flip your brain onto the frequency that the good that you desire or that you need for that goal. Is there so you most people don't make the decision because they don't know how to get it. You don't have to know how to get it. That's why von braun said when kennedy how to get to the moon the will to do it. You're gonna make the decision. You don't don't make the decision when you've got enough money. When you've got all the resources you make the decision. When you make the decision you flip your brain onto a higher frequency and then you're on the frequency you begin to attract everything on that breach of the law of attraction comes she the secret brought to the love attraction but it didn't explain it and then explain i didn't even extending you didn't get the time. Most people don't even understand it. You can only attract according to the frequency that you're operating on attraction is a secondary law. The primary law is the law vibration. That's a that's a primary the universe everything in this room is moving..

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"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Your subconscious mind. It's both genetic and environmental controlling your behavior. Everyone that can hear my voice knows how to do better then they're doing. They may wonder why they do. It is because your program to do what you're doing and until you change the program nothing's going to change. Paradigm has to be changed. I love that what would you say are the if you could share three key habits for people that if they want to continue to grow every day be more prosperous be more abundant happier joyful healthier in their life. What three key things habits every did not talk about morning routine just overall overall habits every single day. What should people be focusing on consistently. They should study every day study. They should have a mentor someone that has already accomplished what daydream about it might not even know the person they could get introduced to them and i asked them what are half a dozen things. I should do everyday they know. Most people are getting information. People don't anymore themselves yeah yeah and the statement. You've definitely gotta have a goal and when you're right it you've already got it intellectually. She operated intellectually intellectually emotionally and physically well your intellectual mind a second you say second you decide on it. You've got it. It tells you in the bible before you speak here you because thought always precedes a word the second you get emotion evolving. You've got an emotionally. You've got an intellectually got an emotionally. It's only a period of time to physically be do have yeah that's right but the have comes in a period of time. It's not overnight. Every seat has stationary nick obation period there when a woman gets pregnant with a child. It takes two hundred and eighty days yeah. The husband doesn't come home a month later and say come on. Where is it right. He waits james allen said as one who understands ends suggest -ation period where i come from a few panacea for a carrot it takes approximately seventy days for it to manifest and all physical seats have adjusted incubation period. We know that now but we didn't always know that we weren't always aware no one knows what the station period i spiritual seed and an idea is spiritual seed but we do know that operates by the same laws and the laws of the universe precise they can be studied. They can be understood. We operate by law. Our life is governed by laws like we know it's gonna get dark tonight. We don't wonder if it is you know when the tide goes out. It's coming back. Winter never follows winter. We know these things. That's all expression of law well when we bring our life into harmony with the laws. We're gonna enjoy more of life if we fight it. We're gonna lose yeah this amazing. What is something that you are proud of. The most people don't know about you. Yeah really annoy spend all my time singer hundred teach..

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"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"I was afraid. I was very shy very sell. It's fair yeah very insecure. I had all this knowledge. I was earning money in there air. I did well outside of their forget. It and gilles tapes on the recording. Come on the magic word on attitude. It's a familiar familiar with oh. Let's check it out. You got it. I will get an original original copy and send it talk. We got it. You got all this. I will send it well. He said no right. There's an attitude. He said no right here. We come to rather strange fac back. We tend to minimize the things we can do. The grocery can accomplish and for some equally strange region. We think other people can accomplish things that we cannot. Is you want to realize realize that you have deep reservoirs accountability within you now if you'd asked me you understand that i'd say of course anderson. I've listened to it a thousand times at least well. I was in the back corner of the room at the o'hare hiatt bill g-o-v speaking speaking to a thousand people out in back corners rim now is watching him bill go the fraction speakers one of the best speakers in the world and i watched him he come off. There was a thousand people about five hundred bank here five hundred another essential. He got this corner corner. Get a handhold mike and his hand up. You said if i want to be free i've gotta be me not to me. I think you think i should be not to me. I think my wife thinks should be nothing. I think my kids think should be if i were to be free and i was watching him. Nothing my cut this guy so good and if only i could do that i could never do that all of a sudden record rural starting to play in my head a right here we come to a rather strange fact. We tend to minimize the things we can do goals. We can accomplish cam. That's what romains remains and i suddenly realized i haven't listened this thing for years. If both could do it i could do and i made up my mind. I was going to learn how to speak like he did. I was going to get him to teach meanwhile and so he became a mentor of mine. I paid him a lot of money just to sit down and talk to him for a few minutes a number of times now. I speak nothing like i mean. I'm nothing being like him. He speaks totally different than meeting. Although i'll speak to people same time what he taught me was wish to be relaxed in front of the audience that was big lesson. <hes> if you're not relax in front of an audience the audience will know it. How do you relax in front of an audience when you're terrified. You've got to think of the audience. You've got to think of how you're going to get what you're helping. Oh you're going to teach them something. Another mentor monica years ago told me because i was i've been training and toastmasters had coaches is and how to overcome a lot of my fears was speaking in front of big crowds and i got pretty good. I was getting paid big fees and things like that but i've still nervous a little bit before four and felt a little insecure. I remember calling him about fifteen minutes before being like. Can you give me some grounding can he is smoking and he said don't making about you. Make it about them. You're gonna mess up. Be okay with it. You're not going to remember every word you wanna say. Don't beat yourself up focus on them and how you can serve served. Don't focus on yourself and that's when everything started to shift. Just when you said focus on service to the audience you gotta fall in love with helping that audience helping giving <hes> doing it every campus serve you stop worrying about everything the way you look. It's the same thing when you're having a interaction with a group of people and you're listening and you're not worried about what people think about you just being interested and then you kind of a very confident.

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"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Me reading the book or reading. No read the gold card carrying two thousand goal card radio card. I'm i'm so happy and grateful now that i have twenty five thousand and i learned something very important from it. All i thought about prior to that was debt because people are always phoning me. We're gonna pay me if you think about debt. You're going to be in debt forever. Yeah you become what you think about well. This gold card got me thinking about earning money. I never thought of earning money before celebrating data all the time and it got me thinking of earning money so i started hear people talking about or any money because i heard them talking about it. He's trying to be thinking about it and some guy said there's good money. Cleaning floors clean floors. I was prepared to do anything. I wonder i wonder so i started clain one office and by the end of the year ear. I was earning fourteen thousand five hundred dollars a month. What i was on the fire department. The chief was only earning eleven thousand five hundred a year ear earning fourteen thousand a year from to start. I started clain one office candidate starch. I'd watch the floor twice a month fifteen dollars a time thirty dollars then i got another one kirby construction get sixty five a month in less than five years. I was cleaning office in toronto montreal boston. Cleveland atlanta london england saint going like a rocket and i was listening to your bills recordings..

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"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Into the menu view there's a special special bob proctor in there where they had me do about thirty or forty five minutes. I did it. My office on a green screen. Screened just started talking about it and stop. They never edited it and they put that so. That's in there is a yeah and i think that's online for. I don't know two three a billion viewers on it. Yeah wow inspiring yeah it was it was a great. It was a great hit guy and you but you already had a successful business you. You were teaching doing seminars. I've been in the business since that was in two thousand and six. I'd been the business since nineteen sixty eight. Wow i started in nineteen sixty eight. It was nice job conan. Okay yeah yeah wow and you didn't go to high school in two months. Is i went to high school for two months john. They kicked me up. Why kick you out while i was useless. I was just going. I was going nowhere doing nothing. I mean i was a useless human being really i i had the word goal. I would think of a hockey game or soccer game was not something person would work toward. I i've been in the navy in factories and working in bars. I mean i was going nowhere and i was twenty six when i woke up but prior to that nothing was happening. I think very effective at what i do because i always figured if fish fish worked for me. It would work for anybody. I was such a loser and my world changed so dramatically that i've never it never ceased to be fascinated with what happened to me and i wanted to happen to other people and again. What do you think you're such a loser because i feel like we're brothers then well light. I've thought about that many times. I was born during the depression. I've been around a long time eighty five next week. Wow so it was born during the depression listen and the war the second world war broke out. I was just five six years old. My dad went overseas. I never really knew my dad. Had i had a brother and sister sister older brother younger so is in the middle and i had my grandmother's buddied up with my brother and my mother was my sister and i felt like i was sort of lost and your dad was gone yeah well. There was no father. I mean he come home after the war and then he was gone again so i didn't have any real direction as a kid and i i was very sin as always underweight. I has had very low self esteem. I knew nothing about who i was. Nobody ever taught me anything about that. See in those days. I mean things were tough for everybody. You know during the war during the depression your parents i guess my mother was happy just to be able to feed us and put a roof over yeah yeah now mind i just she was really a phenomenal woman because she did everything on her own and she made it happen and so my brother and sister and i talked about it we always say god bless mother because she kept going and so we look back and i think we'd good gene there. Wow what was the biggest lesson your mom tell you i think basis she taught me was to be generous. She was she was a great chooser. Generous person. I give a lotta money away. I give a lot i give i'm considered a very generous person. I think i think i learned it from her. I remember we were kids and there was a family on the street..

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"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Thank you to our sponsors today and i'm so excited about this so without further ado let me bring to you the one and only bob proctor welcome back to the school of greatest podcast. We have the legendary bob proctor in the house. Is there going to be super. We're glad you're here. You've been an inspiration of so many people since the sixties really i learned about you from the secret which i think a lot of people learn about you in the mainstream world and we're just having a conversation off camera about how you almost missed being in the secret some curious if you could tell that story how you can it was an interesting story. I had a message on my phone but the message was very garbled. I didn't delete it. I hit pound in just this. This is a recording morning box voice message yet record and yeah. I was in an airport and a message thing was full so iphone gina gina ed's been my assistant. She'd been with me for thirty three years next week. Wow anyway. I said gina my phone's fo- help me clean it up. I was in an airport and so i said i think this is a number. That sounds like an easy number and i said i think this is the person's name glenda was rhonda. Byrne made sacred glenda was her sister and she was doing the heavy lifting. I guess any rate gene and i said and they said something about a movie but i said everything. I'm telling you could be wrong well. She phoned me back in and she's no in your telomeres right. She said there's a film crew in there doing this film from australia and they really wanted to him but they haven't been able to get a whole year and and <hes> they couldn't have been trying to they phone my phone they did have they found the number and <hes> but she said they're gonna actress trillion next week. They've been trying for a month to reach you and they're shooting an aspirin all weekend and genus says isn't that strange bumps during the seminar aren't aspen this weekend. I hadn't been aspen for two or three years wow and so. I just walked next door. I was working in a hotel next door and walked into a little room was much bigger than this and they had cameras and of course it was no air and his sweaty. The lights was terrible. I mean you wouldn't believe the way that was set up and they had two cameras. One that was real one fakes and that's the story so i answered it cillian questions for them and they got a role on and i just started to talk and they loved what i was saying because it was long they were looking came for and so i opened my computer and i put a page of powerpoint sub to trigger my mind on different things so they had me in there for a a couple of hours and i never heard anything from them. Then i think that was in the summer until the next spring or something really and i got a c._d. By fedex now you get a lot of c._d. Sentiment i there were back then and this is what the ninety s or two thousand well. I don't know your before promoted two thousand six okay yeah and i put it on my coffee table table and i said to my wife. You know we got to watch this thing. I didn't even know how to start the senior unit up and anyway she put it on. I looked and i i said my god. This is gonna rock. It was because i saw the trailer and it was a trailer. They're sold the secret and it just took off like a rocket. You guys were everywhere for years. Yeah yeah and you were one of the main people that they focused on a lot of your you'll i was i was <hes> i think i'd probably studied their subject more than anybody right and then they had me do a section if you go into the c._d..

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"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Thank you to our sponsors today and i'm so excited about this so without further ado let me bring to you the one and only bob proctor welcome back to the school of greatest podcast. We have the legendary bob proctor in the house. Is there going to be super. We're glad you're here. You've been an inspiration of so many people since the sixties really i learned about you from the secret which i think a lot of people learn about you in the mainstream world and we're just having a conversation off camera about how you almost missed being in the secret some curious if you could tell that story how you it was an interesting story. I had a message on my phone but the message was very garbled. I didn't delete it. I hit pound in just this. This is a recording morning box voice message yet record and yeah. I was in an airport and a message thing was full so iphone gina gina ed's been my assistant. She'd been with me for thirty three years next week. Wow anyway. I said gina my phone's fo- help me clean it up. I was in an airport and so i said i think this is a number. That sounds like an easy number and i said i think this is the person's name glenda was rhonda. Byrne made sacred glenda was her sister and she was doing the heavy lifting. I guess any rate gene and i said and they said something about a movie but i said everything. I'm telling you could be wrong well. She phoned me back in and she's no in your telomeres right. She said there's a film crew in there doing this film from australia and they really wanted to him but they haven't been able to get a whole year and and <hes> they couldn't have been trying to they phone my phone they did have they found.

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"bob proctor" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"bob proctor" Discussed on Before the Millions

"Energy. What's one of the best or most worthwhile investments ever made it yourself? Yeah, I'll tell you it all started when I was about say twenty years old. I found a in old mentor, and I'm sure you guys know who he is Bob Proctor. I don't know if you anybody falls Bob Proctor, but I recommend the sternly look into him and you were born rich is his book now I started following him because I needed personal development. I had some holes in my life that I needed to kind of fill in need to expand my mind. So I started falling Bob Proctor, and that was probably the best investment I ever made. He has a system set up where. Is like local associates where you can go get mentored by them. They have to be certified. So I actually paired up with a a teacher, I should say, and I invested in in her teaching me for about six months program. What that consisted of his meeting her every week. There was like a booklet that goes over paradigm in how you're able to process things and how to expand your mind. And I started to dig deep into myself in what my paradigm were. There was a lot of things shown around wealth, or, you know, I wasn't good enough and and things like that of autzen ideas of which I grew up with a the issue as I started to eliminate those end or recognize them. I could then understand where all my thoughts came from and wishes I was able to do that. Then I was able to then grow that then put myself in a position where I was able to take the opportunities like real estate into grow in. To be able to take that next step of my life. So if you haven't gone to a Bob Proctor seminar or picked up one of his books or watches, YouTube channels is great place are the air, but that's an absolute great, great person start with once again, it's one of those things where you have been able to propel your journey. You've been able to super supercharge fast forward your success because you went and learned from people who already either had some of these failures were experts in the field you're trying to get into or who may be done, which we're looking to do before they can give me some advice tips, tricks strategies, simply the best way I know to be able to grow is the best way. I think that people can invest in anything and suites start, so beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. Now you're focused on these options. Why would you consider your primary area of expertise today? Yeah, I primary expertise is either lease options owner. Financing is definitely my face. But I think my biggest wins is far as deals have always been with donor financing answer subject to Beal's as well. I'll we tend to be in that realm because you don't have to put up much cash. If any, choose your own credit personally signed eight thing like that and or go solicit investors. So anybody's looking for easier entry. That's certainly the way to do it. All you gotta do is understand how to position your scripts in how to talk to people in order to acquire in siphon out the information that you need to figure out if you're a good, a good fit for them. 'cause you're certainly looking for certain sellers in certain buyers. So my specialty in what I coach heavily on his scripts buying and selling properties on the terms market, and then being able to basically be able to create your business and be able to scale it a Benchley to a point where you you.

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