Friday, April 15, 2011

The 11 Forgotten Laws That Make The Law of Attraction An Unbreakable Force


Bob Proctor – one of the key figures in “The Secret”- believes that the Law of Attraction is incomplete, and for the first time reveals the 11 Forgotten Laws that will finally uncover the Law’s true potential.

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“It Has Taken My Business To Another Level”

My Dear Friend:
Let’s face it: The current global recession does not seem to be recovering very fast.
Yet, didn’t the movie The Secret offer such hope three years ago? It seemed like a bright future that with millions of new converts to the Law of Attraction, a new era of prosperity and abundance will be ushered in.
Perhaps you are one of them.
You faithfully followed each and every one of the 3 steps. Yet the results you “attracted” were dismal at best. If you have any doubt about that…

Just look at the wreckage around you

The financial system has collapsed. More and more major banks are dropping like flies. The feds seem to be running around like headless chickens.
And to make things worse…
You’re the one who’s paying the price
CNN published an article October 7th reporting that 8/10 Americans are stressed out by all these happenings. This year alone, 760,000 jobs will be lost. And that’s just the pre-bailout statistics.
Furthermore, even if you’re prudently saving, your 401K plan is going up in smoke. On top of that, inflation rates are soaring.
The question you could be having in your mind is:

“Is the Law of Attraction Hype?”

But before I answer that, let me quickly introduce myself.
My name is Bob Proctor.
Perhaps a quote from Doug Wead, former special assistant to the President of the United States, best describes me:
“Zig Ziglar may be the master motivator, Mark Victor Hansen and Jack Canfield of Chicken Soup for the Soul, the master story tellers; Anthony Robbins may be the guru of personal development, but Bob Proctor is the master thinker. When it comes to systemizing life, no one can touch him.”

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