One of my habits – some people like it some don’t is to include at the beginning of every training some personal development info tailored to the audience. I am not a specialist in Law of Attraction but I am asked in many situations about it. I am a user of LOA as everybody else just that I am aware of the way it really works and how can we use it to work for us and not against us.
As I am connected with most (good) personal development coaches, trainers and teachers I’ve found yesterday an interview with Bob Proctor made by Natalie Ledwell. She is the founder of Mind Movies, best-selling author and host of the online TV show, The Inspiration Show.
But what’s even more intriguing is that in the video she tells the private insider story of how she and her partner, Glen, went from “down and out” down under in Australia, to living the life of their dreams in California. Actually I know them from 2009 so their story is real. Continue reading “The real reason we fail with the Law of Attraction”
Bob Proctor – one of America’s leading authorities in wealth and abundance – believes that the Law of Attraction is incomplete, and for the first time reveals the 11 Forgotten Laws that will finally uncover your true potential.
At the end of 2012, an announcement hit the papers that shook many Americans to their very core. The Legatum Prosperity Index, a highly respected global measure of abundance and quality of life, found that the US was no longer considered the best quality of life in the world – in fact, it wasn’t even in theTop 10 Most Prosperous Countries in the world.
Worse yet, their data showed that the US has been steadily falling behind in every major measure of prosperity for the last four years. And economists see no sign of change in the near future.
The major question on your mind right now might be:
“Is it really possible to manifest true abundance?”
Doug Wead, former special assistant to the President of the United States, best describes Bob Proctor:
“Zig Ziglar may be the master motivator, Mark Victor Hansen and Jack Canfield of Chicken Soup for the Soul, the master story tellers; Anthony Robbins may be the guru of personal development, but Bob Proctor is the master thinker. When it comes to systemizing life, no one can touch him.”