Thinking Into Results

The Vision

To improve the quality of life by ensuring the success mindset becomes a part of every person’s thinking and actions, leading to the results the person wants most in life. 

How we do it.

Through the facilitation of an exceptionally designed, innovative 12 week program presented in relevant, simple and practical lessons taught by acclaimed teacher Bob Proctor and president, CEO of the Proctor Gallagher Institute Sandy Gallagher. 

Bob Proctor

To millions of people across the globe, the name Bob Proctor is synonymous with success.  Long before his role in the movie The Secret sent him into the realm of superstardom, he was already a legendary figure in the world of personal development. His insights, inspiration, ideas, systems, and strategies are the dimes on which countless lives have spun —  the sparks that have ignited career transformations, personal epiphanies, inner awakenings, and the creation of million-dollar fortunes the world over.

Bob is the heir to the legacy of the modern science of success that began with the financier and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. Carnegie’s great challenge to the young reporter Napoleon Hill to discern a formula for success fueled Hill’s creation of the renowned book Think and Grow Rich. Upon discovering this book at the age of 26, Bob’s life changed in an instant, leading him on his own quest for the secrets of success. That quest led him to Earl Nightingale, the famed “Dean of 

Personal Development” who soon became Bob’s colleague and mentor. Today, Bob continues to build upon and spread the remarkable teachings of these three giants.

As a speaker, author, consultant, coach, and mentor, Bob Proctor works with business entities and individuals around the world, instilling within them not only the mental foundations of success and the motivation to achieve, but also the actionable strategies that will empower them to grow, improve, and thrive in today’s ever-changing world. Through the Proctor Gallagher Institute, Bob, Sandy Gallagher, and their team of consultants teach the principles, strategies and fundamentals that help people and organizations create the results they want in life… results that STICK.

Sandy Gallagher

What do I want to do with my life?” Not long ago, anyone looking at Sandy Gallagher would have thought she had that question definitively answered. As an esteemed attorney with a successful career in banking law, Sandy regularly handled billions of dollars in mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, and other big-ticket transactions, and was an advisor to boards and top executives of Fortune 500 firms. She epitomized success in the classic corporate mold.

Yet an encounter with Bob Proctor set Sandy on an extraordinary new path — one that would ultimately change not only her life, but countless others. Through Bob’s teachings, Sandy finally understood the “why” behind her lifelong success. Without realizing it, she had spent her life practicing the very principles Bob espoused, and exemplifying their power. She knew then that her next mission in life was to teach others how to do what she had done. And she became determined to join forces with Bob in order to fulfill that mission.

After their first collaboration, Thinking Into Results — Sandy’s brainchild, which is widely acknowledged as the most powerful corporate transformational program of its kind — she quickly became CEO and President of Bob’s organization. Today, as the co-founder, CEO, and President of the Proctor Gallagher Institute, Sandy shares international speaking stages with Bob and works closely with him and their team of professionals to provide coaching, training, and consulting on the most profound, powerful, and transformative concepts and strategies humankind has ever known.

Questions to Ask Yourself.

* Do you want to live a more rewarding, fulfilling life where you control circumstances and conditions instead of circumstances and conditions controlling you?

* Do you have goals for your personal and professional life? 

* Are you setting the right kind of goals?  

* Do you know the difference between “A” “B” and “C” type goals?

* Once your goals are set, do you have a plan for how to achieve them?

* Are there recurring concerns or problems that you would like to eliminate both personally and professionally?

* How long have you been stuck in the same situations, doing the same thing and expecting a different result?

If I could show you how to set and achieve worthy goals, goals that scare and excite you at the same time, would you dedicate a specific period each day to making the necessary changes to accomplish the success you seek?