6 Minutes to Success – Final Review of Bob Proctor

This is my last article and review of Bob Proctor’s Six Minutes to Success.  This final review includes a link to Bob Proctor’s 20 Minute Video.  See the link and my final thoughts below.

Before you do that, you may want to see my more in depth review and listen to the exclusive interview I had with Lanny Morton, the creator of Six Minutes to Success.  Here are my first two articles:

  1. Six Minutes to Success – Initial Review
  2. Six Minutes to Success – More In Depth Review (Lanny Morton Interview)
    6 Minutes to Success
Name: Six Minutes to Success
Creator: Bob Proctor & Lanny Morton
URL: http://www.sixminutestosuccess.com/
Purpose: How to Earn Wealth with Bob Proctor’s Six Minutes to Success
Price: $ 39.95

Bob Proctor’s 20 Minute Video

In this video, Bob will share with you:

  • what activates your subconscious mind
  • the secret in Napoleon Hills’ Think & Grow Rich
  • the difference between “wishing” and “being ready to receive a thing”
  • how he went from an income of $4,000/yr to $175,000/yr in a single year

Here’s the link to Bob Proctor’s 20 Minute Video:  www.sixminutestosuccess.com/20-Minute-Video


Final Review of 6 Minutes to Success

One of the things I really like about this program is it’s affordability.  I joined Bob Proctor’s Chairman’s Club back in June 2008 and paid a pretty penny for the membership, $12,500.  At the time this was money that I didn’t have.

Most of Bob’s programs are in the $2,000 – $10,000 range.  Even his SGR Program, which is a full blown version of The Science of Getting Rich retails for $1,995 and an excellent program by the way.  Six Minutes to Success costs you less than $40 each month.

If money is a problem, then it’s a problem.  Just be mindful that this is most likely a problem in other areas of your life.

If you believe “I can’t afford it,” then that’s what you believe.  I’m not going to convince otherwise.  I’m not here to convince anyone of anything.  I’m just here to share what has been working for me.  Just keep in mind that the way you do anything is the way you do everything.

For instance, there may be an opportunity in another part of your life that is staring you right in the face.  You know this opportunity will move you ahead because it resonates with you and speaks to you on some level, but since you “can’t afford it,” you’re not able to find the green energy to gain the benefit.

If you ask me, this program will help you create a breakthrough in your own money consciousness so that you don’t have those limiting thoughts of “I can’t afford it,” again – and for the price, you just can’t beat it.

6 Minutes to Success Testimonial

Here’s what my friend Tony had to say about this program.  He’s a member of Six Minutes to Success:

“After being initially a little skeptical of the work Bob does I took the plunge and got involved in some of his bigger programs.  Six minutes to success is a great way to stay tuned in aside from his other programs to develop the mind the body and the soul.  This guy really knows how the world ticks and for anyone who is seeking change of some sort in their life whether it is body mind soul or particularly finances (which can’t really be changed without a change of mind) then I would suggest give the program a try for 30 days and if you like it offer it to other people.”

~ Anthony Gallivan

Is Six Minutes to Success for You?

This program is designed to help you learn the principles in The Science of Getting Rich and the powers of the Mind.  This program is for:

  • someone who wants to develop money consciousness
  • someone who wants to learn the Science of Getting Rich
  • someone who is familiar with the Science of Getting Rich and Bob Proctor, but also wants to dig deeper into more advanced topics

Here’s the link again: www.sixminutestosuccess.com

See my Affiliate Disclosure here.


  • Hema

    Reply Reply January 30, 2009

    oh, that was an amazing video by Bob!

  • Alberto Velez

    Reply Reply September 3, 2009

    This has been an accurate description of the program. It is a great program indeed. Worth every penny, and delivers far beyond other expensive programs do.

    I purchased the whole year, and I have seen results in my life from day 1.

    Thank you for a great review.

    Best regards,

    Alberto Velez

  • Steve

    Reply Reply September 3, 2009

    Thanks for sharing your experience Alberto.

    It’s a great program for people who want to experiment with Bob’s material without the added expense – glad to see you’re enjoying the program.

  • Space traveller

    Reply Reply December 23, 2009

    To say that if $12500 is an issue it reflects other areas of life isiresponsible.Aggressive MLM schemes always push the excuse “it takes money to make money”. If someone can not afford $12500 gee…maybe it’s because they have a family to feed? $12500 is alot of money.We are not talking about saying “I cant afford it” for a $100.00 pair of shoes, we are talking $12500!!! Many people need to take out lines of credit or charge to their credit cards to pay for this. If you really are inspired by Mr. Proctor, just study the single most important book that influenced him “Think and Grow Rich”. Send a rich and successful person an email asking them to drop $12500 in anything and see how long it takes them to part with that amount. If you want to be rich respect the money you do have before you spend it on anything. I wish everyone the best who is into this stuff but I still believe in the old saying “Success is 99% Perspiration and 1% Inspiration” Focus less on thought vibrations and conciousness. Work Work Work. Add Value to others and you’ll be rich. The above is just mine and a few others opinion. If you love this stuff, keep at it. If your where you want to be in 5 years, congratulations.

  • Steve

    Reply Reply December 23, 2009

    Hi Space Traveller,

    I’m not saying $12,500 is an issue – it wasn’t an issue for me because I paid the money. I’m saying that some people have an issue with paying $40 a month and my experience tells me this is a problem because there are a lot of people who don’t feel they’re “worth it.” It’s a self-esteem issue not a money issue – regardless if that person is aware of it or not.

    And if you’re telling me that “rich people” don’t invest money (yes, I said investment) in themselves then I don’t know what kind of rich people you hang out with and how “wealthy” they really are.

    Everyone that I know who earns $100K+ per year spends $1,000’s on their own development and well being every year. They spend this money on themselves because they know they’re worth it.

    As far as inspiration being the 1%, I also think that’s coming from a faulty belief. If you think success has to be hard work (work, work, work) then it will be. Your belief about what it takes to be successful always precedes reality.


  • Space traveller

    Reply Reply December 24, 2009

    Self esteem issue? So if $12500 (or the other example of $40.00 a month)is an issue for someone, it’s a self esteem issue if they are holding back?? $40.00 might mean buying diapers for the baby! $12500 is good money to have in emergency savings or to use as a down payment!

    If to everyone who attends these things $12500 is disposable income then great! My only issue is the “pressure” that often accompanies these pitches. I used to be on an email list. I cancelled when in may of 2008 I received an email about investing $12500 to attend a dinner/seminar. I kept that email and copy pasted only a snipit of the text here.
    “Invest $12,500
    Receive Thousands of dollars worth of my products
    Must follow directions fully, completely and without question”

    **Would all the “wealthy” people you know suspend their critical thinking skills and judgement and NOT ask any questions and blindly invest their money if they were asked to “follow directions without question”?!

    Of course successful people invest in themselves. In my limited experience I noticed that alot of materials by many “success” coaches is simply regurgitated materials from other books and sources. A wiseman once wrote “There is nothing new under the sun”. We all should find inspiration and we all need great teachers, but over time you realize that you dont need a million book library to finally “get it” or “find yourself”

    On the issue of “work”. To many people “work” is a bad word. I’m sorry but I believe Hard work is noble. I’ll gladly go down with the “hard work” ship. I’m not talking about the “metropolis” scenario of the “working slave masses”. But if people Save, Invest and budget and avoid consumer debt they can live fairly well being financially responsible with the income they have. Whether they dig trenches, are bus drivers or Doctors. People’s current income can be their greatest source of wealth (over time).

    If you make millions online and only put in a couple of hours a day or less, and the work is honest and adds value to others, congratulations with all my heart.

    Many people are trying to cash in on ‘Think and Grow Rich” (The book is brilliant on it’s own). And how many “teachers” are milking “The Secret” for all they can? (claiming they have further explanations and elaborations on that concept..)

    Look, I dont intend on being a “troll” on your website. These are just my opinions (and maybe a few others)Being skeptical is not the same as being cynical or negative. If we knew each other in person I may not sound so arrogant and I’m sure your a nice person. I dont mean to insult anyone’s intelligence. This is your website (your “home”) so I dont want to be the obnoxious person who tries to throw a wrench into things in your “house”. So I’ll respectfully make my exit.

    There is a saying “There are many paths to the top of the mountain. Once you’re at the top the view is pretty much the same.”

    See you at the top of success mountain! (since your already up there, I’ll see you in a few years, maybe 25,maybe 50, but that’s alright I’m enjoying the journey.

  • Steve

    Reply Reply December 27, 2009

    Hi Space Traveller,

    First off – I haven’t taken offense to any of your comments and appreciate any and all healthy conversations on my blog. It’s good to question other people’s better judgement so that we can learn more about ourselves.

    As you pointed out earlier, you brought up this question:

    **Would all the “wealthy” people you know suspend their critical thinking skills and judgement and NOT ask any questions and blindly invest their money if they were asked to “follow directions without question”?!

    That depends because I think you’ve asked two questions in one. The first question is: Would all the “wealthy” people I know blindly invest their money?

    And the answer is, no. The people I know who don’t work hard for their money don’t spend their money blindly, but they DO spend their money wisely. They know or have a knowing in themselves that their investment will reap returns – that is why they invest the money.

    The second question is: Would all these “wealthy” people follow directions without question?

    That’s another good question too – because I can tell you I’ve shared with several people exactly how to earn money online and just because it’s “outside” their current scope of what works and what doesn’t (in other words what they don’t know that they don’t know) they don’t bother to follow these instructions and reap the rewards.

    It’s frustrating because these people are smart people – but they let their programming get in the way. What I call their “better idea.”

    I don’t mean to pick on others because I’ve done the exact same thing – where someone has given me the exact instructions on how to make money in MLM, real estate, online, etc and each time I was the one that got in the way because of, “my better idea.”

    That in a nutshell is what Bob Proctor and others like him are trying to teach you how to do – to let go of your better idea and create a deeper desire for what you really want so that you can manifest it into your life.

  • Sofia

    Reply Reply June 16, 2011

    Hi Steve,

    I received the first video from Bob Proctor and am intrigued. Is this program intended mainly for those people who desire to increase their income? Or can this program help one obtain other desires and goals? Thanks!


  • Steve

    Reply Reply June 16, 2011

    Hey Sofia… it seems the Bob initially focused on helping others earn money from the program, but now the focus has shifted to helping people loose weight and have better relationships.

  • Tree

    Reply Reply February 21, 2016

    Hi Steve,

    Thanks for sharing. I’m just now finding this blog and I’m not sure if you’re still active in this blog. I was wondering how is the program working for you all these years later?
    Bob eludes to money making ideas and ventures inside the club. Have you taken advantage of any of those? Your thoughts?

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