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This week we talk to Bob Proctor about thought and action
Bob Proctor is an author, lecturer, counselor, business consultant, entrepreneur, and teacher of positive thinking, self-motivation and maximizing human potential. In that endeavor, he follows in the footsteps of such motivational giants as Napoleon Hill, Earl Nightingale and Wallace D. Wattles.
He is the author on numerous book including the international best-seller You Were Born Rich, his latest book is called The ABC's of Success.
In This Interview Bob and I Discuss...
- The One You Feed parable.
- The paradigm that feeds the bad wolf.
- His feeling on the movie The Secret.
- The Law of Vibration is the primary law over the Law of Attraction.
- That positive thinking alone does not deliver.
- The belief that we get what we think about it is a myth.
- How a little bit of knowledge is dangerous.
- How whatever we impress on our mind, we express outwardly.
- That we must have discipline as our most basic attribute.
- Being able to give ourselves a command and then following it.
- That the real problem is that we do not understand ourselves.
- Changing the core paradigm.
- His view on psychotherapy and psychoanalysis.
- How we never learn about who we are in the formal education system.
- Whether there is more to a spiritual life than desire and wanting.
- That humans are creative beings.
- The two good reasons to want money.
- The devil's best tool.
- The damaging power of discouragement.
- Rising Above our circumstances.
- How we either react to life or respond.
- The space between stimulus and response.
- That when we re-act, the other person is in charge.
- Dealing with our emotions in a conscious fashion.
- The value of reading biographies of famous people.
- The room of windows versus the room of mirrors.
- Avoiding the obligation mindset.
- Dissatisfaction as a creative state.
- That grandma was wrong.
- The power of persistence.
Bob Proctor Links
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