Wednesday, February 27, 2013


Ideas and babies have a lot in common when they are new born; they require a lot of nourishment to survive.  A new idea, regardless of its size, may not be able to withstand a beating when you first give it birth.
The next time you set out to do something that is completely out of the norm and the idea driving you is new, there is an important rule which should be followed.  Only share your idea with people who will encourage and support you.  Here is an added word of caution.  Contrary to popular belief, the individual who will offer the most support is not necessarily a great achiever.
History records that many of our greatest achievers were not always the strongest supporters of others.  Individuals who claim, that all things are possible … you can do anything … frequently sang a different tune when the idea was not one they had originated.
Here are a few examples.  In 1989 Charles H. Duell said Everything that can be invented has been invented. Duell was the Director of the United States Patent office that year.
In 1927 Harry M. Warner of Warner Brothers Pictures said, Who the hell wants to hear actors talk?
In 1923 Robert Milliken suggested, There is no likelihood man can ever tap the power of the atom. We gave him the Nobel Prize for physics that year.
This is not an uncommon phenomenon.  Think of how often one of your one superiors shot one of your suggestions full of holes, only to find out later the same idea earned great profits for your company.  If you believe in your own ideas that is all that is required.  You don’t need the approval of others.
The Wright Brothers were not swayed nor stopped by Lord Kelvin who was President of the Royal Society in 1895 when he said that, Heavier than air flying machines are impossible. And, Grover Cleveland would be shot on sight today by at least half of the population with the advice he gave in 1905.  Sensible and responsible women do not want to vote.
Many of these people did great things but they were often wrong when it came to others’ abilities.  Believe in yourself and your ideas and only share your ideas with those who will encourage and support you. -Bob Proctor

Monday, February 25, 2013


" There is a power under your control that is greater than poverty, greater
than the lack of education, greater than all your fears, and superstitions
combined. It is the power to take possession of your own mind and direct
it to whatever ends you may desire." -Andrew Carnegie

This is the very first step towards your riches; taking control of your own mind.
Think for yourself and listen to the ones who have already received their riches.
Many of them are mention in Napoleon Hill's book, Think & Grow Rich.

Hill made a life study of the most wealthy with the blessings of the first wealthy
American in his time, Andrew Carnegie.

Saturday, February 23, 2013


Everyday situations arise in our lives which we do not understand.  We are puzzled … why did this or that happen?  Many times these situations are very positive, but on occasion they may be catastrophic.
Possibly it would be wise if we studied the Laws of Life in an attempt to understand what happens to us.
One of my favorite authors, Emmet Fox, wrote the following:
There is no such thing as luck.  Nothing ever happens by chance.  Everything good or bad that comes into your life is there as the result of unvarying, inescapable Law.  And the operator of that Law is none other than YOURSELF.  No one else has ever done you any harm of any kind, nor ever could do so, however much it may seem that he did.  Consciously or unconsciously you have yourself at some time or other produced every condition desirable or undesirable that you find in either your bodily health or your circumstances today.  You, and you alone, ordered those goods; thinking wrongly about yourself and about life, the same sort of difficulties will continue to harass you.  For every seed must inevitably bring forth after its own kind, and THOUGHT IS THE SEED OF DESTINY.
Yet there is a simple way out of trouble.  Learn how to think rightly instead of wrongly, and conditions at once begin to improve until, sooner or later, all ill-health, poverty, and in harmony must disappear.  Such is the Law.  Life need not be a battle; it can, and should, be a glorious mystical adventure; but living is a science.
A science you and I can learn through study.
-Bob Proctor

Friday, February 22, 2013


We are gradually awakening to the fact that we live in a Universe of Infinite Intelligence which responds to our every thought, but only those who delve into the study of the mind really know what a mighty energy is set in motion with each mental impulse.
Thought not only molds our character but is responsible for the changes in communities, the building of cities, the shaping of nations, and all the great events that take place in the world.  THOUGHT IS THE SILENT SWITCH THAT SETS IN MOTION MAN’S DESTINY.  Every invention and worthwhile discovery was first a mental concept.  Every idea that has been backed with faith and effort has become a visible reality, and all seeming material obstructions such as poverty or physical weaknesses have only served to stimulate creative action by giving birth to inward resources and bringing out inherent abilities.
A while back I spent some time with Rick Hansen.  Rick is a young man who was left paralyzed from the waste down from an automobile accident.  He told me that his physical disability turned into a good thing.  Because his disability was physical, he could see it and overcome it.  Although he was virtually unknown and without money, he pushed himself around the world in his wheelchair and raised millions of dollars for spinal cord research.
It was Rick Hansen’s thoughts which liberated him from a dull, pitiful life.  His thoughts gave him a life full of adventure; a life full of service to thousands; a life which caused millions of people to look at themselves and think of what they were doing with their lives.
Thought is a tremendous power and you can use it to improve the quality of your life.
-Bob Proctor

Monday, February 18, 2013


"Most Great People Have Attained Their Greatest Success,

Just One Step Beyond Their Greatest Failure."

-Napoleon Hill

Saturday, February 9, 2013


What kind of world would this world be, if everyone in it lived just like me?  That is an excellent question to ask yourself.
Think about it.  If everyone held the same attitudes as you in their work, their family, their contribution to society, just what would this world be like?  Would every company be doing better?  Would every family be happier?  Would every community be thriving with pride, prosperity and friendship?
Albert Schweitzer was asked what the greatest tragedy was in life.  His answer was startling.  He said that life’s greatest tragedy was a human tragedy.  It is in the things we let die within us while we live.
When your head hits the pillow tonight, before you drift off to sleep, invest a few moments to make up your mind that you will give your best in all areas of your life for one day - tomorrow.  Fall asleep with that idea occupying your marvelous mind.
Henry David Thoreau was asked if he could give a definition of the word hell.  He answered, No, but I know who could.  Ask all those people who think about all the things they could have been, the things they could have done and all the things they could have had, yet did nothing about it.  Yes, ask them because they know what hell is like.
It is one thing to give your best and not quite make it.  It is another thing to give less than you know you can.
Yes, this world is a better place when everyone is giving and doing their best.

-Bob Proctor

Sunday, February 3, 2013


Since time began we have been told by the wise that giving is much more beneficial than receiving.  There have probably been many occasions when you had a good reason to question that advice but even in those moments your higher self would probably agree with the concept.  I came across something in a file I keep which suggests there is something you can give every day … that would provide you with great compensation.
It costs nothing, but creates much.  It enriches those who receive, without impoverishing those who give.  It happens in a flash and the memory of it sometimes lasts forever.
None are so rich that they can get along without it, and none are so poor but are richer for its benefits.  It creates happiness in the home, fosters good will in a business and is the counter sign of friends.  Your gift will provide rest for the weary, daylight to the discouraged, sunshine to the sad and nature's best antidote for trouble.
Yet, it cannot be bought, begged, borrowed, or stolen for it is something that is no earthly good to anybody till it is given away!  And, if it ever happens that a salesperson should be too tired to give one of these to you, you may want to give them one of yours.
For nobody needs one of these so much as those who have none left to give.
This is a bit of a riddle isn't it?  What on earth could provide so much for so little.
A SMILE - that's right, a smile.
Make up your mind to give a big one to every person you come in contact with today.
A smile … form ear to ear, and pay particular attention to the reaction you get from every person you give one to.  Professionals who train people on the proper use of the telephone will tell you to smile when you are using the telephone and it will improve your effectiveness.
-Bob Proctor

Saturday, February 2, 2013


Here is Bob teaching us about Paradigms...Also, remember he reads
Think & grow Rich, all of the time.

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