Bob Proctor - Create Your Own Economy
Bob Proctor - Create Your Own Economy
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EBook Description: For over 40 years, Bob Proctor has focused his work and teachings on helping people use the power of their mind to achieve wealth, rewarding relationships and spiritual awareness. He is the best-selling author of You Were Born Rich and It’s Not About The Money, and he has transformed the lives of millions through his books, seminars,courses and personal coaching. A Teacher for the wildly popular The Secret, Proctor is considered one of the living masters and teachers of the Law of Attraction.
What You Will Learn:
How getting what you want in life is no accident…finally discover why.
Why your comfort zone is a terrible place to be.
How to take positively charged actions to achieve the luxuries and beautiful relationships you dream of.
How to develop a fail-proof action plan for success.
Why your life is the way it is, and exactly how to improve it quickly and effortlessly.
The best way to insulate and protect yourself in turbulent times.
How to develop a self-image that works FOR you, not against you.
How to Create Your Own Economy for wealth…despite the “doom and gloom” in the media.
Turbulent Times Calls For Savvy Strategies.
Outside influences will always threaten to mix their opposing or discordant concepts with your own. If you allow yourself to get emotionally involved in these influences, then the dream of the life you are planning will evaporate into thin air. You must be steadfast to change your results, and incredibly determined to guard your mind from opposing forces. Create Your Own Economy will assist you to stay on the right road to a bright future.
* What you can think of in the mind - you can achieve in reality. You’ve probably heard of this a million times before, but I will explain the mental process of how to control your thinking. Understanding is the key.
* We are conditioned to rely on our physical senses: see, smell, hear, taste and touch. This puts your outside world in charge of your results. You will realize your dreams through the use of your “Intellectual Faculties.”
* Learn why the masses habitually continue with actions that produce failure.
* Eliminate all competition from your life by elevating your mind to the creative plane - amateurs compete, professionals create.
* Develop a self-image that attracts money-making opportunities.
* The one common error that keeps most people from succeeding - and how to navigate around it.
* Learn how to chart a course that takes you from one exciting goal to the next, and living the life you truly desire.
* Learn what separates the individuals who enjoy the good life from that large group who seems to be forever struggling.
* Learn how to finally break free from the past and begin achieving your goals.
* What happiness chiefly is and how you can attain it quickly and easily.
* Become aware of one Universal Law, which will guarantee success and fulfillment. Without which, an individual is doomed to live a selfish, unfulfilling life.
* Learn how ow to stop thinking negative thoughts - and get on the fast track to achieving the success you’ve always dreamed of.
* Learn how to control your thinking.
* Learn how to get rid of limiting thoughts just as quickly as they appeared.
* The role thinking plays in non-intended actions - and how you can quickly eliminate these harmful actions from your life once and for all.
* Why thinking is the cause of all that man is and all that he does - and what this revelation means in relation to how you should live your life.
* The four steps to all mental and physical actions - and how you can use this knowledge to achieve success.
The information in this program is transformational, and these are merely a few of the benefits.
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thinking and thoughts. I am grateful to them and record my thanks.
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the compilation of this book. And finally, my thanks are due to
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