Bob Proctor You Were Born Rich

A Part Of All You Earn Is Yours To Keep

I learned this lesson originally from Rich Dad Poor Dad by George Clason.

Who is Bob Proctor?

He is a Canadian self-help author and lecturer. His sayings are still flooding the internet and his YouTube interviews are getting traction still because of how simple and profound his talks were.

What are some of his best works?

People who started small have transformed their lives and became wealthy so it is certainly possible with the right mindset and time frame. We are all born rich. If they can do it, so can I mindset. But you will need to put in the same work if not more to make it. But it is all about you and your potential.

Early in the book he asks several questions to clarify the exact amount of your expenses. I use an Excel spreadsheet or Mint to so that. (screenshot)

Also creating a Debt Clearance account to take care of any debt bills you incure. Personal finances is about mindset first and discipline next.

Quite a few pen-and-paper exercises included in the book not just a scan-through book.

Answering a very important question: What do you want from life?

Creating a financial independence account. For me, I prefer to use Fidelity for this purpose and it is also where I house my 401k.

This will give you some insight what you should focus on. The book addresses a great deal of the mindset you will need to be successful in anything. Great skills and levels within you waiting to be released.

Discusses life insurance which is misunderstood by many people in our generation and the proper way to do it. Universal life more than likely and not term life.

Conclusion

Please let me know what you think about this blog post. Are you a fan of Bob Proctor?

Leave a Comment