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Making A Million Look Small

Making a Million Look Small is not about money. As Bob says “it’s about how we spend our days.” Someone once asked, “if I can show you how to make $10,000 dollars, what would that be worth to you?” Hands shot up around the room. One person answered “a thousand dollars,” obviously guessing. Another answered “well, $10,000 dollars, obviously.” The speaker did not try to respond to any guess, or any response. All of the responders were so quick to look smart that they failed to stop and consider the question, before submitting their answer. After numerous guesses, one final person stood and stated, “it would be infinite.”

Correct. If I could teach you how to make $10,000 dollars, then you could apply it as many times as you like, infinitely. If you want $10,0000 dollars, then apply it once. If you want a million dollars then apply it 100 times. And so on, and so on. So there is no limit to how much success you can achieve.

Making A Million Look Small is your opportunity to have the ear, advice and mentoring from Bob Proctor, Peggy McColl, Mary Morrissey and Gay Hendricks. “So, what?” you say. What, indeed! If you want to raise the bar, up your game, increase your potential, reach the stars, fulfill your goals, overcome your situation, move forward, blow the nay-sayers out of the water, you are going to need to rely on the experience and connections of those who have been there and done that.

Listen to your heart because it knows that you cannot get where you want to be by listening to the advice of someone who has not achieved this level of success. That is like taking directions from someone who has never been there, but it’s not difficult to find someone who is willing to give them. This is your invitation from Bob Proctor, Peggy McColl, Mary Morrissey and Gay Hendricks to join us.


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