A speaker, author, consultant, coach, and mentor, Bob Proctor was already a legendary figure in the world of personal development long before his appearance in the hit film The Secret. For more than forty years, Proctor has been one of the biggest names in prosperity and personal development, delivering talks throughout the world that help people achieve success and prosperity. Through his work with the Proctor Gallagher Institute, which he cofounded, he has transformed countless lives with his message of prosperity. Greg S. Reid is a filmmaker, motivational speaker, and bestselling author. He is also an entrepreneur and the CEO of several successful corporations, and has dedicated his life to helping others achieve the ultimate fulfillment of finding and living a life of purpose.
Praise for THOUGHTS ARE THINGS:
"Bob and Greg make a great team--Napoleon Hill's legacy lives
--Brian Tracy, international bestselling author
"An excellent observation on how people create their own reality."
--Dave Liniger, co-founder of RE/MAX
"This book has the ability to impact many lives around the globe."
--Dr. Denis Waitley, author, keynote lecturer, and productivity consultant
"When you're ready to change everything about your life, you have to change your thoughts, which control your actions and your results. This book is where you begin."
--Jim Stovall, bestselling author of The Ultimate Gift
"What a great book, I recommend it highly."
--Frank Shankwitz, co-founder, Make-A-Wish Foundation
Praise for STICKABILITY: Fans of Hill's model will find inspiration in the exhortations to fight entropy, overcome fear, have faith, and innovate.
--PUBLISHERS WEEKLY This book is worth its weight in gold.
--Richard Cohn, Beyond Word, publisher of The Secret
Another great release from the Napoleon Hill Foundation--outstanding!"
--Mike Helton, president of NASCAR "Every patriotic, free-enterprising American must read, absorb, and use this timely wisdom."
--Mark Victor Hansen, co-creator of Chicken Soup for the Soul A fantastic read.
--Lou Ferrigno This crisply written book full of admonishment and encouragement is presented under the auspices of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, which means it coincides with the principles of success first espoused by Napoleon Hill in his seminal self-help book, Think and Grow Rich. Reid's explanation of the components of stickability, which include maintaining flexibility, overcoming fear, and acting on a desire more than just a wish, are carefully articulated to apply to any reader's personal circumstances, so that all people can learn to develop the habits and practices that will move them beyond . . . limitations.