A closer look at those mentors who have influenced Corey’s
thinking and worldview.
Many people are not aware of the work of Wallace Wattles, but his work is one of the foundations of much of the personal growth work over the last century. Fortunately, as his books were written in the early 1900’s, they are now out of copyright and in the public domain.
As I mentioned in my Authentic Negotiating book, Bob Proctor is one of my biggest mentors. I am a huge fan of all his work and even strongly recommend you to check it out. He truly understands paradigms, their significant impact on us and how to shift them at a level nobody else does.
For me, Wayne Dyer was a master teaching people how to connect to source and manifest in their lives from that place. He also wrote countless books and gave many talks including several for PBS fund drives that are available without cost.
Esther (and her husband Jerry likewise before he passed away) are pioneers in teaching the Law of Attraction with a depth of understanding that has gotten lost at times as the concept has become popularized and over-simplified. Their work has had a profound influence on my manifesting a life I love.
Jack Canfield is not only the co-author of one of the best-selling book series of all times, Chicken Soup for the Soul, but also exemplifies and teaches in a very practical way the power of manifestation. The story I relay in the book about standing for your value had a big impact on me.
You can find that story on this recording which also has great talks by Bob Proctor, John Assaraf (who provided an endorsement for my book, Authentic Negotiating) and by another favorite of mine, Lisa Nichols.