To millions of people across the globe, the name Bob Proctor is synonymous with success. Long before his role in the movie The Secret sent him into the realm of superstardom, he was already a legendary figure in the world of personal development.
His insights, inspiration, ideas, systems, and strategies are the dimes on which countless lives have spun — the sparks that have ignited career transformations, personal epiphanies, inner awakenings, and the creation of million-dollar fortunes the world over.
Proctor is a direct link to the modern science of success, stretching back to Andrew Carnegie, the great financier and philanthropist. Carnegie's secrets inspired and enthused Napoleon Hill, whose book, Think and Grow Rich, in turn inspired a whole genre of success philosophy books. Napoleon Hill, in turn, passed the baton on to Earl Nightingale who has since placed it in Bob Proctor's capable hands.
Proctor’s wide-ranging work with business and industries globally reads like a “who’s who” of some of the largest companies in the world: Prudential Insurance Company of America, Procter and Gamble, Metropolitan Life Insurance, Royal Doulton, and United States Steel, to name a few.
He has pioneered breakthrough work in the area of the mind and paradigms, prompting Dr. John Mike to assert, “I spent four years in medical school and five years in psychiatric training that included a two-year fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. I have learned more through Bob Proctor and his teachings about the unconscious or sub-conscious mind than in all my years of training.”
At 85, Proctor is a living testament to his own sage advice: we don’t need to slow down, we need to calm down. His company, the Proctor Gallagher Institute is headquartered in Phoenix, AZ and operates globally.