Do You Have A Cultural Paradigm? | Bob Proctor

Do You Have A Cultural Paradigm?  | Bob Proctor


– Hello there and welcome. This is Bob Proctor. I want to talk to you for a
moment about cultural paradigms. That’s what culture is, is a paradigm. Every country has a culture. Every company has a culture. Schools have a culture, and your family has a culture. And so do you. Your personal culture
is called your paradigm. Well, that’s exactly what culture is. Culture is nothing but a group of habits that control the behavior of the people in that
particular area in that culture. You see, the company’s culture would be an expression
of the personal paradigm of the individuals who
started the company. And their paradigm was
expressed in habitual behavior. And after a period of time that behavior was accepted
as the norm in that company and everybody that went
to work thereafter that they’d say well, how was this being done, well, this is the way
it’s always been done. That doesn’t mean it’s the
way it still has to be, but that’s the way it’s always been done and that’s generally the way it stays. That’s a cultural paradigm. And we fall in line and we do it the way
it’s always been done. That’s the way a school operates. A particular school has a paradigm. And the paradigm is nothing
but the habitual behavior of the people that started that school. And that’s the way it’ll work. Like the Montessori schools. They believe everyone
has infinite potential. They say, you know, we
send children to school as if they’re an empty cup, and we want the school to fill the cup. She said, in truth, this is Madam Montessori. In truth, the cup is already full. The school’s job is to show the student how to bring out what they’ve already got. You have perfection within you. That’s the Montessori culture. But that’s not the culture of
the average individual school. The average individual school is they treat people like an empty cup. And they’re going to
try and fill that cup. And so they fill it with nothing but ideas that the teachers and the
culture of that school have been operating with for a long time. And that’s the way people are grown, and that’s the way they programmed and that’s the way they live. Do they have to? Absolutely not. Everyone of us are God’s
highest form of creation. Everyone of us. That means we have infinite potential. Do you know as I’m talking about this and I’m thinking countries have a culture. When there is a war, and one area wins the war, they generally go in
and change the culture of that country. Now I lived through the second World War. I was born before it started, and I grew up as a young
person during the war. And when the war was over, culture of the countries
that started the war, was changed. And it was changed quite dramatically. It was changed by the people
who were victorious in the war. And that’s the way it’s been if you go all back through history. When a new individual buys a company, they generally bring
in their own hierarchy. They’ll bring in their own CEO, and the CEO brings in their
own team of executives. And what that group does then, is they infiltrate the company with their new culture. And that changes the company. If a company’s struggling, quite frequently the new
culture will cause that company that had been struggling for years, to all of the sudden
become very successful. Culture is a paradigm. A paradigm is nothing but
a multitude of habits, that control our habitual behavior. And almost all of our
behavior is habitual. That’s true in countries, in companies, in schools, in
families, and in individuals. Culture is nothing but group habit. You think about that for a while, and you’ll see just how accurate it is. This is Bob Proctor, thank you. – [Narrator] Check us out at
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32 thoughts on “Do You Have A Cultural Paradigm? | Bob Proctor

  1. Grandioso és tu que sabes fazer com excelência o trabalho do nosso Deus, fonte eterna de benção

  2. Great 👍 message. I hope we do not have to encounter a war for behavioral changes towards diversity in leadership

  3. Thank you for bringing this forward at this important time for me, my company and the health care profession of which nutrition education falls. Early in my lifetime I was drawn to nutrition as I cooked for my brothers and sisters often, when my mother was unavailable. Over years of living within the "richest farm land of the world" in the northern San Joaquin Valley of California, being post good rush years, the crops produced became the value exchange rate for farmers of the state. Over time and my own matriculation through both life and education, food and nutrition had always played a role, in the background until returning to establish a third career. [1st A Single Parent, 2nd An Accountant, now Licensed Acupuncturist who teaches nutrition.] I know what brings me joy through sharing in service and seek to be rewarded through financial returns. I have been following Bob Proctor for a number of years, and others in the same field. One thing I know, thoughts held in mind produce after their kind, and I see myself as a recognized leader in the field and based on that leadership, imagine/expect the money will follow. You do get what you pay for, one way or another. A short cut in nutrition, may lead to a costly remedial repair. Thank you again, for opening this door. I walked in. Namaste.

  4. I wish we had one wise person like you in my country. It wouldn't be what it is today, what it was yesterday and what it will be tomorrow😥. You are the besssst💖. Thank you so much for bringing the best out of us.

  5. Thank you for this Bob makes a lot of sense we are programmed from birth, gotta change paradigm. Think positive thoughts get positive results.

  6. This is Awesome!
    This is an incredible example of how people can listen to information over and over but never "Hear It"

    This video offers a completely different perspective about what a paradigm is!
    As a result this video will connect with so many people in a way that some of the other videos perhaps don't.
    You never know what piece of information we'll finally click with a person even if it is the same information they have heard multiple times.

    #paradigm #paradigmshift #mindset #belief #desire #determination #positivity

  7. great video Bob! Curious if you think the rationale behind these cultural paradigm's is the mantra of "if it ain't broken, no need to fix it." This thought does have the potential to cause a road block through a sense of ignorance of the problem by the person assessing the culture, if they were the ones who created it

  8. Every time I have an idea you speak about it. That is pretty vibrational consistency right there.

  9. thank you culture/tradition can be a unhealthy paradigm but people insist on not replacing it with a healthier or making a healthy variation. so much ill health, poverty, death come from.

  10. Now that I understand my current environment is a cultural paradigm, I'm asking myself is what's happpening here something I believe in? If not, then what do I believe, what can I do to integrate it into my daily life and turn into a new daily habit that changes my current environment. In a way that makes it healthier and better for me and those who approve the chnages I make. I'm going to give this a shot. This is the problem I'm currently having. Thank you

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