What’s the difference between GBC and SGR?

Genius Bootcamp… Science of Getting Rich. What’s the difference?

Great question! I’m glad you asked.

Short Answer:

The Science of Getting Rich focuses on a study of the effect your thoughts have on the elements around you. Genius Bootcamp focuses on working through your internal blocks so you can experience the breakthroughs you’re looking for. In other words…

  • Science of Getting Rich – a study of the factors outside of you.
  • Genius Bootcamp – a study of the factors inside of you.

Long Answer:

Let me share a little bit of history.

In 2000, I trained with Bob Proctor to facilitate his Science of Getting Rich program, which was based on the timeless 100+ year-old classic of the same name by Wallace D. Wattles.

But let me back up a little further.

When I first heard about his Science of Getting Rich (SGR) program nearly two decades ago, it came with a price tag of $2000 per person. And since we had experienced remarkable results from applying what we learned from him at just a $180 workshop, I couldn’t wait to discover what he had to share in a $2000 seminar.

But we couldn’t yet afford a $2000 dollar seminar, so we just stayed busy working the principles and building our savings.

Six months later, we received a letter from Bob, asking if we were interested in teaching what we had learned. So instead of paying $2000 to attend as a participant, I just decided to go after it, and pay $9000 to become one of his program facilitators. After all, that’s just about how much we had in savings by then. (How did he know? lol)

And that began my journey.

After conducting a number of SGR seminars in California and Arizona, I decided it wasn’t my season to actively put on events. I had five young children at home, and one on the way, and needed to find a better way to share what we had learned, but from home.

That’s when the Science of Getting Rich (home) Study program was born.

Over time, my husband and I continued to learn and grow by attending a variety of other seminars from other teachers. Each helped us experience important shifts that needed to happen in our mindset, as individuals and as a couple.

Enter the Recession, stage left.

But by 2007, life began taking us through a series of gut-wrenching challenges; and as we worked to face and overcome each one, I continued to take notes to capture the principles that calmed me down and helped me get through the worst of it.

Through those roughest years, although my business was growing rapidly, our real estate investments were still tanking hard.

We had never been so tested: having to use the principles of right thinking while the life we had built was literally falling apart.

Nothing changes you the way disaster can, and nothing can give you more powerful insight than facing your disaster with a belt full of tools and knowledge. It doesn’t make it easy, it just makes it possible to eventually realize the blessings contained in the adversity.

After years of fighting the fear, worry, and feelings of devastation, we were finally able to prove once again the validity of the principles with a long list of NEW epiphanies, which I felt compelled to share in Portal to Genius.

While my prequel (Jackrabbit Factor) focuses on helping you believe that anything is possible with a shift in thinking (integrating 16 points to ponder), it’s sequel (Portal to Genius) focuses on what it means and what to do when you set a goal and everything goes wrong, (providing 89 more principles not included in the first book).

Out of all these experiences came a pressing need to provide a new kind of event, something of my own creation, where participants can learn and practice some of the most key principles from Portal to Genius. It combines in one place (and in one weekend) some of the most life-changing epiphanies we experienced after having learned the principles from the Science of Getting Rich Seminar so long before.

So that’s Genius Bootcamp.

And, remember when I said it wasn’t my season to teach The Science of Getting Rich? Well, that was over ten years ago, and it feels like it’s finally time to bring it back. The season has come.

I had stopped holding events to regain my bearings after the recession, and to make sure I was clear in my own understanding of the principles. But now I am thrilled anew to take the message boldly and rapidly to as many people as I can.

Note: The Science of Getting Rich Study is not the same as what it was when I was facilitating Bob’s class. While the text we study will be the same, I am excited to invite you to study it from the perspective of your (and our) experimentation with it.

To sum up:

The Science of Getting Rich Study is an academic, cerebral look at why things happen the way they do. It explores the “thinking stuff” out of which all things are created, and how that thinking stuff responds to our thoughts. While the public-domain text we study is the same as the text studied in Bob Proctor’s classic seminar, you’ll pick it apart in the context of your own experiences.  Click here to buy now

(Note: the Science of Getting Rich text is so old you can find it anywhere for free, including here on my blog. But if you want to join me as I dissect it section by section in the context of personal experience, get the 8-week study!)

Genius Bootcamp is a playful, experiential study of the principles. You’ll work your brain hard, and see the effects of your thinking in that “certain way”. You don’t just learn about the principles, you’ll test them in class. Click here to sign up



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