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What are you reading today?

Published on 9/7/2018
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Many people who run their own business or have an interest in business, will usually be part of some sort of personal development. It is often said that the university on wheels, i.e. listening to really good positive material whilst driving to a destination, is a great way to learn something.

I for one, as a Certified Life Success Consultants with the Bob Proctor organisation firmly believe in the value of the two ways of learning.

Firstly, we learn through an emotional impact, be that an accident or illness. If we have an illness or that accident it does tend to focus the mind onto what we really want.. perspective I guess.

Secondly and the most common, is the constants spaced repetition, meaning that the way we REALLY learn is through reading, listening, watching something over and again. Now that does not mean that we are simply learning by Read,Remember, Repeat.. simply is not about learning, but preparation for passing exams!


Whoever is your favourite author and or mentor, all of the information is absolutely priceless. As mentioned I love Bob Proctor and I believe Bobs is the only mentor who teaches about the mind (not the brain, there is a huge difference)

Another brilliant mentor, the legend of Jim Rohn, of course sadly missed, however as he mentioned, I’m sure more than once, He legend, i.e. his teaching will live on long after he has passed on.

So for me, I listen to Rohn, Proctor, but the reading will always be ‘Think & Grow Rich’ as for me this is where all other teaching stems from.. so for me, I will always read, re-read Think & Grow Rich and learn from Napoleon Hills classical work.

So what are you reading today and what have you gleaned from it’s pages?

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