Bob Proctor: FREE 30-min Personal Coaching Session

Bob Proctor is offering a free 30-minute personal coaching session from his team at Proctor Gallagher Institute (PGI).

I don’t know about you, but I’m a big fan of Bob Proctor (featured in The Secret).

He’s been teaching, speaking and coaching people to success for almost 60 years, and in his latest Youtube video he offered a FREE 30-minute coaching session to whoever signs up.

I guess this free coaching session would be by phone, but I haven’t tried it yet.

I also assume it’s for a limited time, but I don’t know for sure (you can try the link and see if it still works).

I just found out about it and wanted to share.

Anyway, here’s the link again:


I’m going to try it out this week myself, so I’ll probably do a blog and/or Youtube video about how it goes.

But I’d recommend you guys just do it too, since the offer might not be around for long.

Why not, right?

Pre-Call Tips?

Well, I haven’t done the coaching call yet, so I don’t know for sure. But having studied and followed Bob’s materials quite a bit over the past year, I’m pretty sure that the first thing they’ll ask is:

  • What do you REALLY WANT in life?
  • If you could be or have or do anything with your life, what would it be? What makes you happy? What’s your goal?

I kinda know…pretty much…I think lol, but I also want to nail it down a little better before I sign up for the call because I want to get the most out of my 30 minutes lol. So I’m going to give that some thought over the next couple days.

If you do it too and don’t feel weird about sharing, let me know how it goes. I’m kinda excited.

SEE ALSO: Why Does Bob Proctor Touch His Face When He Talks About the Mind?

2 thoughts on “Bob Proctor: FREE 30-min Personal Coaching Session

  1. This is the guy who nudged me on my journey Chris. Bob is legend. The Power to Have It All, was the CD I listened to way back in about 2005, I believe. Click. Everything changed in a moment, because he helped me see potential in me.


  2. Yeah, I really love Bob’s stuff. I heard his name here and there for years but never actually checked him out til about a year ago.

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