Bob Proctor is known for his different inspirational books on success that has helped many individuals gather back their lives. He is primarily a business consultant as well as a personal development coach, and he has given his knowledge to different people in the form of books and even ebooks. He is one of the most celebrated writers of the New York Times’ best-selling book The Secret which caused quite a commotion for many people. You Were Born Rich is one of his most popular works so far.
In You Were Born Rich, Bob Proctor has done it again, this time taking you step by step to the surprising discovery that success is not always reaching out for something that you don’t have but rather only reaching over and rearranging the pieces already there. The great value of this book is that you can instantly apply the conclusions to your own life. It will begin to impact you long before you reach the last chapter.
You Were Born Rich tells of how success is possible not by reaching for what you cannot have but by looking at what you already have and rearranging them to suit your needs. The conclusions and different case studies of this book can be applied directly to real life, allowing it to further enhance your life one step at a time. All of these ideas are bits and pieces of different fragmented thoughts that Bob Proctor has masterfully put together in search for new and innovative ideas that he normally writes about in different books on success.Bob Proctor really knows how to help out people who are in need of advice.
Not only are his books on success popular as self-help books, they can also be tough of as inspirational. His works teach people about the different details in life as well as life lessons that will help any ordinary man stand out. Yes, it is true that success cannot be pulled out from a book, but reading good books can help you push yourself to surpass your own limitations.In one part, Proctor explains the “prosperity consciousness”: if you want to be rich, you have to “feel” rich. But before that, you have to identify how you really feel about money: the words you use, how your parents taught you – it all determines your beliefs about the money. Then look at the results your beliefs have brought you so far. You have to change your thoughts about money if you want to change your life.
An interesting point is that money needs to circulate, so if you want to get more, you have to give more, making room in your life for the abundance that’s coming. You need to give of yourself and your money, and it will come back to you. Proctor also gives some specific wealth recommendations, like to set up a savings account, get a life insurance, set up orderly debt repayment.This book of about 200 pages discusses how to set goals, develop a winning attitude, and how to develop a personality that is conducive to getting what you want, applying the principles of the law of attraction.
Chapter 1: Me and Money. In this chapter, the author teaches us what money really is – it’s not the master we usually feel it is, but the servant. We often think in terms of loving money and using people, but we should do the opposite: love the people, and use the money.
Chapter 2: How Much Is Enough. Take a careful look at yourself and your current situation. If you’re not happy with it, that’s the results of the negative beliefs you have about the money, which prevent you from developing the “prosperity consciousness”.
Chapter 3: The Image Maker. Proctor explains how our mind and our lives are governed by images, and how we should become aware of the images that our mind makes and uses, and create different ones in order to attract what we think of.
Chapter 4: Let Go And Let God. You don’t have to do everything by yourself; asking for help, whether you’re asking God or man (or woman), doesn’t mean that you’re week – it’s actually a sign of great strength.
Chapter 5: Expect an Abundance. When you believe that the abundance is coming to you, it is; you shouldn’t have a shread of doubt in your mind about that.
Chapter 6: The Law of Vibration and Attraction. This chapter is dedicated to how the law of attraction works: it explains the importance of focus, and why people attract the things they don’t want in their lives and why others get what they do want.
Chapter 7: The Risk-Takers. Playing it safe will only get you so far; you have to take smart, calculated risks in your life, if you want to get where you want to be.
Chapter 8: The Razor’s Edge. The author says that 97% of the people are scared to go to the edge. Insecurity, self-doubt, and other negative emotions stand in their way, and they attract only the people who think the same, thus preventing each other to achieve their goals.
Chapter 9: Don’t Think in Reverse. The chapter near the end of the book reminds the reader that he’s come so far, and that now is the time to take control over his life.
Chapter 10: The Vacuum Law of Prosperity. When you see your hard work paying off, you shouldn’t be afraid when you finally see the fruits of your labor.
“You were Born Rich” gives you the complete, proven system for using the potential you have locked inside of you to achieve financial, emotional, physical and spiritual prosperity.