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PGI believes that most people never realize their full potential because they simply don’t understand the proper way to think. You see, when we work in harmony with Universal Laws, we move beyond perceived limitations and can literally think our way into any result we desire, and live the life that we really, really want.

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For millions of people, Bob Proctor’s name is synonymous with “success.” And he is known as America’s greatest prosperity teacher. How did Bob come so far? He is linked to the forefathers of the personal development movement going back to 1908:

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Andrew Carnegie
the first billionaire challenged Napolean Hill to interview the world’s most successful people in order to create a simple formula that anyone can follow in order to achieve success and become wealthy.

Napoleon Hill accepted the challenge and in 1937 published the original version of “Think and Grow Rich.”

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In 1960, Earl Nightingale co-founded the Nightingale-Conant Corporation. The company produced personal development material recorded on vinyl records. Earl Nightingale studied “Think and Grow Rich” and ultimately won a Literary Prize from Hill’s Foundation in 1989.

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In 1961, Bob Proctor started studying “Think and Grow Rich” and it transformed his life in addition to studying the book. Bob listened to Earl Nightingale’s condensed recording of the book thousands of time. Then, Bob worked shoulder-to-shoulder with Earl Nightingale at Nightingale-Conant from 1968 to 1973, before leaving to start his own personal development company. Today, Bob has studied thousands of books, continues to read “Think and Grow Rich” every day, and is considered the world’s foremost expert on the human mind.

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In 2006, a very successful attorney named Sandy Gallagher attended one of Bob Proctor’s three-day seminars. Those three days transformed her life and eventually she joined forces with Bob to create the Proctor Gallagher Institute.

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