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The answer to ALL your problems is YOU!
If you want to change your external circumstances, be they your finances, your relationships, you health, or your business situation and more, the changes MUST begin within. Beginning on Monday – March 21st, 2016 – is a new series of daily mentoring tips from Darren Hardy, CEO and editor of Susccess Magazine.
I think I can safely say without fear of contradiction that Bob Proctor is the grandaddy of personal development on the world stage today. During a career as teacher, guide, author, coach and speaker, spanning half a century, Bob, who is now in his 80s, is probably best known by the masses outside the arena of personal development as one of the stars of the film “The Secret”.
A millionaire many times over, and the head of a number of highly successful businesses worldwide, life wasn’t always a bed of roses for the Canadian. In his youth he dropped out of school with no qualifications and went from one dead end job to another for some years before finally settling in the fire service.
Jack Canfield is a bit of a personal hero of mine, and though I’m not someone to put people on a pedestal, once in a while you have to make an exception.
In early 1968 in Chicago, a chance encounter with a fellow student at Chicago University was to spark in Jack Canfield a lifelong interest in the possibilities of human potential which would in time have a far-reaching and positive impact on the lives of many hundreds of thousands of people worldwide, if not millions.
During that early period he was teaching children in inner city schools, had fairly low self-esteem, and some inherited negative views towards wealth and the wealthy; but soon after the encounter an opportunity presented itself to work for the W. Clement & Jessie Stone Foundation, and all that was to change for ever.
One of the most significant lessons he learned from Stone was to seek to uncover the opportunity in every situation and in every encounter. Change is one of life’s inevitabilities whether you like it or not, so you may as well embrace it rather than resist it. With that attitude you will begin to see opportunities where others see only adversity.