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You Were Born Rich by Bob Proctor

January 29, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 123

Bob Proctor is one of the best well-known self-development speakers in the world. He was the star and speaker of the hit movie, "The Secret". He has performed more than 40 years of research and is a perfect example of the fact that his methods work. You Were Born Rich by Bob Proctor was originally inspired by Bob Proctor's journey while reading the book, Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill.

Throughout Bob's first year of reading Napoleon's bestselling book, he made his first $100,000.00. The very next year, he achieved his first million. Think and Grow Rich is focused on the fact that everyone is entitled to the same amount of success. It is meant to help people achieve not only financial success, but success in the realms of a person's mentality, emotional health, and overall life in general.

This book brings a lot of attention to the belief that a person can achieve whatever they want in life if only they have faith that it can happen. It is about coming up with a vision, keeping that vision on your mind at all times, and then taking the simple steps toward achieving it.

Since most people have a difficult time knowing the steps needed to make their dreams a reality, Bob Proctor has created this book as a guide. It is designed for even the most inexperienced individual to follow and become successful as a result.

In You Were Born Rich, Bob Proctor discusses what he refers to as the "Acorn Analogy". It is focused on how an acorn can quickly fall from a tree, disintegrate, and then becomes covered and dirt and ultimately, "planted". From there, the acorn begins to attract the matter needed to grow. The matter can also be referred to as energy. If understand and utilized, the "Acorn Analogy" can help people to create success in their lives.

This book was designed to help people to "snap out of it" and get with the program. There is really no such thing as "meant to be" in the world of success. There are no "destined" results except for the one's you create for yourself. Before a person can really create a noticeable change in their lives, they must understand how to attract the right types of circumstances and energy to make that change necessary.

You Were Born Rich by Bob Proctor helps people to understand that no matter who they are, what types of degrees they have (as well as the one's they don't), how educated they are, or how horrible their past has been that they too can become rich by simply believe in themselves and understanding how their own personal beliefs about success influence their lives.

One of the most beneficial things about this book is that it provides everything you need to know about creating your own destiny. It is impossible to know what to do without direction. You Were Born Rich by Bob Proctor breaks everything down into easy-to-understand instructions that anyone can comprehend.

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