Get a couple of them and give one to somebody you really like and then start brainstorming with them on it. “Leverage Your Love and Really Live.” We know that leverage is the key. Leverage what you love doing. “The time to start on the path to wealth is right now, this very minute. You don’t have to know everything; and you do not need a perfect plan. Everyone wants to know how to escape from his or her own prison of perception. We all want to set out on the path to freedom. You may feel like you are in prison behind solid steel bars” (I know I did at one time), “but the truth is, the door to your personal jail cell is not locked. It never was. Nothing binds you to the results you have had and are currently having but the chains in your own mind. You are completely free to choose a new and exciting path.” Now here are the high points of the last chapter: “You are completely free to choose a new, exciting path.”
Think about that. Do you know, we have had three people join our company that totally changed their paths. One was a scientist; one was an engineer; and one was a securities attorney. Our company has nothing to do with engineering, science or law and yet they all hold management positions and they love it. They totally changed their paths. If you are not excited about the path you are on, get off of it. Life is short. “Creating relationships is the key to creating wealth.” “Prevention is the best avenue for mending fences.”
“Practice forgiveness and let go of emotion.” Let it go! “Enlarging your perspective allows you to reduce the size of the problem.” Reduce them to the ridiculous and then throw them away.
Practice unconditional gratitude.” Just wake up every morning—you know, I have mentioned this before. The process of reorganizing, restructuring, and retuning in, is all tied up in one word: gratitude. If you really want to make it happen go right now to www.bobproctorsnew book.com and get It’s Not About the Money. Start studying with this, but for goodness sake—share it. Share it with other people. I have become very wealthy doing that and you can do the same thing. In fact the whole purpose of Six Minutes, was to share this with other people. Start a discussion amongst your friends about these ideas. Spend the next four or five minutes making a list of people you are going to invite over just for a wine and cheese party and some real good ideas. You will be glad you did. This is Bob Proctor and really—it’s not about the money