The Secret to change
Bob Proctor is my favourite speaker on personal development. His style of teaching has inspired millions of people to achieve their goals, fight their demons and enjoy the life of their dreams.
In the 1950’s Bob’s own life had changed dramatically for the better when he was recommended a book by a friend: ‘Think and grow rich’ by Napoleon Hill. With this book, he had been given clear instructions on how to read it. He was advised to read a few pages every day and to continue reading this book over and over again. The book teaches the psychology of many of the wealthiest people in the world at the time that the book was first published.
How can I change my results?
Before Bob had been given this life changing advice, he had been struggling in his own personal growth. Today Bob is now 82 years old and has never stopped reading this book. It is the repetition of reading about the concepts discussed in this book that brings about lasting change. The reinforcement of reading these ideas over and over imprints them onto your subconscious mind: the part of your mind that controls your success.
Why is his teaching so successful?
The mind is a magnificent instrument when used correctly. Bob’s teachings give you an understanding of the mind that will allow you to create your dream life.
In the animal kingdom, a tiger knows its role and what it has to do in the world; we have the ability to create our own reality.We have a choice in what we want to do with our lives. You could say we are creators of our own life experience.
Bob emphasises developing your own intellectual faculties: memory, reason, will, imagination, intuition etc and by understanding how the mind works, learning to set and accomplish goals becomes easier. Confidence comes when a new habit is created that replaces a habit that you want to give up. New neural pathways in the brain become stronger as the new habit is reinforced and the old habit dies away as it is left alone.
Changing your mindset
Change is not difficult: it just takes time to make a decision on what behaviour you want to change; and what you want to replace it with. It is easier to start making small changes. For example, give up drinking soda and replace it with water. The new habit can be formed replacing the old one in roughly 21 days. When the new habit is formed, it runs on autopilot.
Some people think certain things are not possible because they are blocked off to the possibility of change.
Change your story and take the time to invest in yourself.
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