(July 5, 1934 - Present)
Bob Proctor, born in Ontario, Canada, is a motivational speaker, author and success coach. His teachings focus on how to better utilize the Law of Attraction to one's benefit. He is considered by some as one of the world's greatest authorities on attracting wealth. Bob Proctor dropped out of high school in ninth grade and began working a series of low paying jobs, only making around a few thousand dollars a year.
At the age of 26, Bob reached a major turning point in his life after reading Napoleon Hill's book, Think And Grow Rich. The book highly motivated him and helped him to change his current mindset about life and money. He began to study and apply the new thought principles found within the book, and many others like it. Bob Proctor would later go on to become a self made millionaire. Proctor accomplished this transformational rags to riches story by starting a floor washing company which quickly grew to cover corporate offices in Toronto, Canada, and several cities in the U.S., such as Boston, Cleveland, Atlanta, and Chicago, and even in London, England.
In 1961, Bob Proctor began working for Earl Nightingale, eventually rising to a newly created position of Vice President of Sales. Soon afterwards, Bob started his own network of nineteen companies specializing in personal development which provided seminars, books, motivational programs, and offering one-on-one coaching to clients.
In 2006, Bob Proctor was a featured in "The Secret", the film by Rhonda Byrne. He was also invited on a number of Television shows, including 'Ellen' and 'Larry King Live' Bob Proctor continues to be an internationally sought-after speaker, traveling the globe, teaching thousands of people how to believe in and act upon the greatness of their own minds. He recently launched the Proctor Gallagher Institute along with his wife, Sandy Gallagher. The couple have one son, Brian Proctor.