It's Not About the Money

  • by Bob Proctor
  • Narrated by Bob Proctor
  • 5 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Unleash your unlimited potential, and apply the secrets to success that only an elite few truly understand. The valuable - and simple - lesson contained in this audiobook is that the best way to attract prosperity is to abandon the pursuit of wealth and allow it to flow toward oneself. The ancient laws of attraction are explained in plain language and applied in an economic framework that anyone can easily follow. Follow the path to prosperity, which is offered along with guidance for achieving harmony in both professional and personal spheres. Proctor offers strategies to overcome destructive thinking patterns and to sustain the flow of wealth while channeling it constructively. Profiles of individuals who pursued their passion rather than profit, and subsequently reaped immense rewards, will inspire all who seek to transform their lives. Proctor is a well known motivational consultant, advising corporations and business leaders for over 40 years. He is considered on of the world's greatest authorities on attracting wealth. He lectures throughout the world on overcoming our fears of money while teaching us how to attract it.

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What the Critics Say

My good friend Bob Proctor understands and teaches The Secret better than anyone I know." (Mark Victor Hansen, co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul)

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It?s definitely not about the money

After reading the ?Secret? Bob Proctor has always made me think of personal goals, self belief and wealth.

As my first download from Audible.co.uk ?It?s not about the money? is an inspirational piece of work and in audio format played over and over again helps in focusing your thoughts and actions to believe what you can achieve. Highly recommended and now listening to Napoleon Hill ?Think and grow rich? a book I should have read some time ago but thanks to Bob Proctor another goal has been met.
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- Colin

Gotta Love Bob Proctor

I've always loved Bob's stuff and I also really like this program, especially the format of being in chapters with bullet point lists at the end reviewing the key points of the chapter. The overall program is very comprehensive indeed, one of Bob's best.
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- Chris

Book Details

  • Release Date: 25-02-2009
  • Publisher: Gildan Media, LLC