Legendary Thought Leader and Co-Founder/Chairman of the Proctor Gallagher Institute, Bob Proctor, Shares His Beliefs of How to Become the Master of Your Own Life in The Latest Collaboration of Best-Selling Authors, Led by Keith Leon S., Navigating the Clickety Clack: How to Live a Peace-Filled Life in a Seemingly Toxic World
Thoughts become things. If you see it in your mind, you will hold it in your hand. – Bob Proctor
Empowerment is an incredible high-vibe emotion. Wouldn’t it be great to feel that emotion on a regular basis and incorporate it into your life and view it as an expectation? According to Bob Proctor, it’s all about perception and looking at things through a different lens. Perception is one of our innate abilities and because of this we have the propensity to change the way things appear.
As many believe, perception is reality, therefore we have the ability to create our own reality. Sounds easy enough, but just because it seems logical doesn’t mean it is easy to own, as a core belief, and one that we live out in everyday life.
Since the spring of 2020, reality for most offers doubt, apprehension, anger and judgement. All of which most assuredly affect our fundamental beliefs at one point or another. This is exactly what led multiple award-winning best-selling author and owner of Beyond Belief Publishing, Keith Leon S. to form his latest book, Navigating the Clickety Clack: How to Live a Peace-Filled Life in a Seemingly Toxic World.
The collaborative work featuring New York Times best-selling authors Bob Proctor, Jack Canfield and Christy Whitman and contributing authors Liz Acar, Marcus Bird, Maria Bradfield, Natalie Cook, Jeffrey Gignac, Karen Kan, Kate Moriah, Kelly Moser, Kim O’Neill, Angi Ponder Reid, Donna Riley, Deborah Robbins, Jani Roberts, Trisha Schmalhofer, Venetta Demos Stathis, Lea Williamson, and Ariel Yarger will provide readers with effective methods for navigating through the clickety-clack and achieving a peace-filled existence, based on real-life examples.
These visionaries, notably Bob Proctor, hand-selected by Leon, will share their personal stories demonstrating how they lead a life of intention and purposely feed their beliefs with thoughts that support their desires and core convictions.
Bob Proctor is most known for his role in Rhonda Byrne’s The Secret, the world-wide phenomenon that the order of our own personal universe is derived from our experiences which are brought about by our thoughts, and was captured in a best-selling book and a documentary film detailing the Law of Attraction theory.
Proctor is also a world-renowned speaker, New York Times best-selling author, consultant, coach, mentor and co-founder and chairman of the Proctor Gallagher Institute whose foundations of success and motivation to achieve, include mental strategies as well as actionable methods which allow individuals to thrive in today’s rapidly changing world.
Eliminating feelings of indecision and replacing them with conviction are what Proctor’s years of study and practice enables him to be an expert on. In Navigating the Clickety Clack: How to Live a Peace-Filled Life in a Seemingly Toxic World, Proctor, who is a high-school dropout and struggled during his early years before achieving great success, shares his strategies for becoming the master of your own life and reveals how he has personally created a life of inner peace.
When asked how the clickety-clack shows up in his life Proctor shares that it’s simply a part of life. And, as we never know how things will turn out it’s important to realize that knowing ahead of time would not get us any closer to a life of free from the clickety-clack.
One may wonder what exactly is the “clickety-clack?” In 2005, Keith Leon S., the man behind the concept for Navigating the Clickety Clack: How to Live a Peace-Filled Life in a Seemingly Toxic World, and wife Maura, befriended Fletch Rainey, founder of, “The Spiritual Posse.” Soon becoming the couple’s spiritual mentor, guiding them through troublesome times, Rainey referred to the “clickety-clack” as temporary periods of uncertainty that individuals naturally experience throughout life.
To illustrate the phrase, Rainey referred to riding a ten-speed bicycle, as a child, and needing to change gears. There is the moment when the chain jumps from one gear to the next and the sound it makes is a clickety-clack. As a child, however, your faith remains steadfast in that the gears will do their job, and so you keep peddling. However, for that split second as they jump, the clickety-clack does demand your attention. As Rainey pointed out, your faith pays off as the gear eventually would catch and you were off to an even better gear.
Navigating the Clickety Clack: How to Live a Peace-Filled Life in a Seemingly Toxic World will take you on a compelling journey of reclaiming your power and will provide countless examples of how real people have mastered living a peace-filled life. As Proctor reminds us, “Faith and fear both demand you believe in something you cannot see. You choose!”