Life Change

When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.

" You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose. You're on your own. And you know what you know. You are the guy who'll decide where to go. " -
Dr. Suess

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Moral Compensation an Interview with Bob Proctor

Moral Compensation 

Interview with Bob Proctor 

 By John Milton Fogg 

 I've written (and said) many times that everything I know about Network Marketing I learned from somebody else. I love learning and I love learners-- those thinking men and women whose lives are devoted to knowledge. And I've never met a learner who didn't give more than he got. Such is the case with Bob Proctor-- he is a master student, and more, a master of a teacher.

 I take notes when Bob speaks (and I usually never do that), because there're always three or five insightful, thought-provoking, immediately useful things he says that I don't ever want to forget.

 Since the following interview is already written down for you, you don't have to take notes. But I'd sure recommend reading with a high-lighter in hand. As usual, when Proctor speaks, leaders listen. Enjoy

 -- JMF

Robert, you have an extensive background in corporate America, in teaching and training those people. What attracted you into Network Marketing? 

 A doctor I have tremendous respect for got involved with a Network Marketing company. It was seeing his picture in a Network Marketing magazine that brought the industry to my attention and caused me to take a look at it from a totally different perspective.

What was the basis of your respect for him? 

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

"We become what we think about."  -Napoleon Hill

To become what you think about, take Earl Nightingale’s 30-day test. It could change your life:

1.    Write on a card what you want more than anything. Make sure it is a single goal and it is clearly defined.
2.    Don’t show it to anyone, but carry it with you so you can look at it several times a day.
3.    Think about it in a cheerful, relaxed and positive way each morning when you wake up.
4.    Look at it before you go to bed at night. As you look at it, remember you must become what you think about.
5.    Now comes the difficult part: Stop thinking about what you fear. Each time a fearful or negative thought comes into your consciousness, replace it with a mental picture of your positive and worthwhile goal.
6.    Each day of this 30-day test, do more than you have to do.
7.    Take control of your mind, knowing your returns will be in direct proportion to what you give.