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If you want to move far beyond your current conditions and circumstances to live a life of both service and pleasure by helping yourself, your family, and your team to achieve virtually unimaginable greatness, you too should make a decision. Decide to check in with me right away! We will make an arrangement to clarify your vision, set your goals, facilitate your study, and assure accountability in order for you to achieve your vision and…
Chapter 4 of Thinking Into Results introduces us to a concept which allows us to finally see ourselves for what we truly are. See, the problem is that the vast majority of people have no idea of who or what they really are. Bob Proctor takes the first half of this lesson to explain the guided path he took from ignorance through bewilderment to understanding due to the aid of two of the most formative…
Chapter 3 of Thinking Into Results has you “Using Your Mind to Get the Results You Want.” Bob Proctor indicates this is the lesson for those who are ready to make a big change in their life, so pay close attention. Paradigms, our mental programing, define our logic. So, if we are going to do something which we have never done before we must be willing to do something that is considered illogical. It’s as…
Chapter 2 of Thinking Into Results introduces us to the concept of the “knowing/doing gap.” Bob Proctor starts by relating a few times in which he failed to follow through on instructions and whether given by a parent, employer, or spouse, in each instance though he knew and wanted to follow through, he failed. Why? It’s because while he consciously knew to perform the task, unconsciously his actions took him along an automatic path of…
“A Worthy Ideal” – Setting  and Achieving Worthy Goals is the first lesson in Thinking Into Results.  As the name implies, this lesson’s overarching aim is to teach people how to approach goal setting. Firstly, Bob Proctor points out that only a small percentage of the population that goes to the trouble to set goals at all. And of that small group, a much smaller subset go to the trouble to write their goal down.…
Above I have represented two stickpersons in conflict aided by the teachings of my mentors Bob Proctor and Sandra Gallagher of the Proctor Gallagher Institute. Both represent two parts of the mind – the conscious mind (represented by the upper half of their respective larger circles) and the subconscious mind (represented respectively by those halves below). Both also have a body represented by the smaller circles. Moreover, both instead of thinking positively are in a…
Thinking Into Results (“TIR”) is a masterful program designed to assist leaders and their firms to achieve extraordinary results in their professional and personal lives. Based on over a half century of the study and teachings of humans success and achievement, the program provides a straight-forward, methodical, step-by-step disection and reconstruction of the aggregated thoughts of the world’s foremost living practitioner and leader – Bob Proctor. Bob Proctor has now been studying and implementing these…
Have you ever wondered why some tech companies make it big while others never get off the ground? The answers are just as applicable to the individual as it is to the companies which reach for and grab the brass ring. Here’s the original idea. They call it the “Betamax problem.” Decades before internet streaming and YouTube, during the era of audio cassette tapes, there were a couple of companies which came up with the…
Again, I find myself doing the very unlawyerly act of lifting a post of a friend from his FaceBook account in which he indicates the following are the last words uttered by Steve Jobs on his deathbed as a billionaire at 56 years old. Upshot, not only am I failing to provide proper citation, this is totally hearsay. Regardless, the words are sufficiently poignant that they bear reflections … especially for those with more wealth…
Bob Proctor indicates that image above is the most important concept he has EVER encountered. It’s called “STICKPERSON.” And as is so seemingly important these days (at least here in Seattle) – you are more than free to attach the gender pronouns which you deem most appropriate to … IT. Why? Because one of the other main tenants to both the Bob authoring this piece and the Bob whose Chairs the Proctor Gallagher Institute –…