Scrum Daily Standup Meeting(s)

This daily standup meeting has various names…

  • Standup meeting 
  • Daily Standup
  • Scrum Meeting
  • Daily

 … but its reason-for-being is for the development team to collaborate, keep up to date on progress towards the spring goal and identify any impediments to the upcoming days work. It can be facilitated by a Scrum Master, or a mature team may run it themselves.

See what has a to say about them


According to the Scrum Alliance

It is…

Timeboxed to 15 minutes.




A fundamental Scrum event

It is not…

 A status update.

For problem solving → these can take place immediately after with the necessary team members.

Run a Successful Daily Standup Meeting

  • Round Robin – Go to each person in sequence for their update.
  • Walking the (kanban) board and the progress.

Set a environment for success

Psychologically safe environment – free to ask question and make mistakes, without retribution. Value everybody’s opinion.

Its the team’s duty is to flag any blockers.

Change how you facilitate if things change (new members etc.) – remember the meeting Purpose. 

Fixed Agenda Daily Standup Questions

  1. What did you achieve yesterday?
  2. What are you doing today, aiming to achieve?
  3. Are there any blockers facing you today?

Tips for a Great Daily Standup Meeting

  1. Fix the time and location.
  2. Start on time.
  3. Avoid disruptions. Late comers need to catch up.
  4. Stick to the agenda (avoid small talk).
  5. Be VERY attentive.
  6. Use a parking lot → record the issues to be discussed after.
  7. Set Ground Rules (Establish norms, with the teams input):
  • Limit time for each person. The person ‘on the floor’ holds a ball or something (one person reporting at a time).
  • Electronics (phones) on exception.
  • Update are directed towards the team and the board, not the facilitator.
    • Appropriate level of detail.
    • Move / amend / add tasks on the board, add comments, add estimates/dates.
  • Decide on a specific mini celebration for tasks moved to done.
  • No sitting.
  • No Side conversations.
  • Sponsor (only an observer) and cannot ask for updates.

Any impediments  / dependencies?

Question for the meeting facilitator at the end of each update.

Anyone need to get together to do some peer programming?

Question for the meeting facilitator at the end of the meeting.

Sample Agenda for a Scrum Daily Standup

  1. Check if participants are there. If enough are there…start. If not, address this immediately.
  2. Thank you for joining
  3. This is Day X of the 14 day sprint
  4. Go over dashboard
  5. Go to each developer and tester
  6. Encourage my team to continually add comments to any upcoming story.
  7. Any open questions.

Useful Videos on Daily Standup Meetings

The Truth in you is Wisdom

Camino is the Spanish word for way. It is a pilgrimage based walk in Spain that many refer to simply as ‘the Camino’.  People do it and often receive life altering revelations, others just do it for the fun. For me, it was a bit of both. On returning home and sharing my ‘revelations / wisdoms’ I was surprised to see  how many people could relate to them in their own lives.

So here I will share a few and, who knows, maybe the hit an inner musical note with you.

The one word I would use is FOCUS.

Live life like a Camino

If I could live life like a camino, I would…

Have a long term end goal

The end goal in the Spanish Camino is ‘where (or when ) you choose to finish your walk. If you make a committed decision to do this it make the whole journey easier. The is the same for your life, a section of your life or even a project you have chosen to undertake.  This over arching goal is you ‘mountain peak’…you don’t need to know how you are going to get their on day one, but, by taking one step at a time you are getting nearer to it.

Have a day goal along the way (and in the right direction).

Don’t fret about your day goal or how, or if, you’ll make it. You make it you don’t…It will all work out somehow. The quality of your day is more important than the kilometer count.

The more crap we have the more complicated we make our life.

On the Camino most people carry their own backpack and stay in hostel accommodation. and others’ have other, totally fine ways. The important thing on the Camino to remember is that there is only one way that is your way…so be comfortable with it. when you carry all your belongings on your back you soon realize what is worth carrying and what is not, hopefully you will have thought of this before you pack. On returning to normal life many people get dismayed with all the ‘things’ we have in our life….the revelation is two fold:

  1. We don’t need many of the things and
  2. The less ‘things’ we have the easier it is to move forward, to make decisions and to be organized.


“There is only one way that is my way.”


Going the extra mile makes the treat all the better.

Extra effort, and getting things somewhat wrong, make up the more memorable moments.

Opportunities are ‘there’ its up to you to see them

Don’t get too fixated on short-term goals to appreciate the glory that is in front of you. Opportunities are ‘there’ it’s up to you to see and seize them. (Waterhole).

Appreciate Generosity! (offered or given)…Trust your instinct.

Decision Making

  • You need to make decisions, and not rethink them after they are done.
  • Change your state before a big decision (flight date).
  • Remember that you decide with the INFORMATION THAT YOU HAVE NOW therefore it is pointless going over it later.
  • Make a decision and do not look back.

A balanced day for you

Take a off day, or multi-days off.

Replace your single vision glasses and turn on for a single ACTIVITY focused vision. Make a day whole by relaxing, Focus on what is interesting/important to you and then do it.

  • Physical 🚶‍♂️
  • Mind (relaxing)
  • Cultural
  • Growth (learn something new)

My Revelations

  • The things you give out about are often present in your own personality and actions. It was very different leaving a house full of children. The transition from ‘always busy and noisy’ to solitude takes time.
  • I can’t stand the noise after the quietness of the last few days, and visa versa, when starting the Camino.
  • I love the freedom of going where I want … and the solitude of being alone.
  • I like to meet people for short periods.
  • Be patient and be prepared to take at least a week to adjust before taking anything strenuous or serious to learn to relax. In life, try to give yourself an idea of how long you are willing to stay doing something to give it a proper try. The more committed your are to your decisions the more likely you are to succeed.

Gratitude the Super-Power

“Thank You, Thank You, Thank You”

Hopefully you had a good childhood, or at least some good memories. Times where your world was full of wonder and awe and openly showed you excitement. Doing something for the first time was exhilarating and life was seemingly full of magic.

Now think back to one of those time…how do you feel, warm, safe, assuming that ‘things’ will always be available and the summer will never end. How would you like to relive this feeling as an adult. Well there is an option, but it will take time and practice. The magic bullet can be summarized in one word ‘Gratitude’.

Most people will say they are grateful for what they have…but are you really. I have often said thank you to people automatically, as that is how I was brought up. But am I truly grateful or am I going through the motions.

There is a universal law that stipulates that the more you are grateful, the more you say thank you (with depth) for something the more we receive in return.

The exercise I am going to outline below does not require any expertise, can be done by practically anyone. All it requires is a bit of time and persistence. Now when I say that is ‘all it requires’ I realize its simplicity doesn’t make it any easier.


Pen and paper


Every Morning:

Write down 10 things you are grateful for, air, water, family…. and state why. Start each sentence with words similar to:

I am so happy and grateful, now that …

When done read each one out loud and the words ‘thank you!’ x3 times. Do this with as much emotion as you can muster. Note you can also be thankful for things that have not happened yet; this will give them a better chance of actually happening.

Every Evening:

Just before you get in bed think of the best thing that happened today, the high light, the things that made you happiest. Just searching for this thing will bring to mind all the good things that happened during the day. Sleep contentedly with this thought in mind.

Tip! many find it difficult to make this a habit. Remind yourself by putting a small rounded stone on your pillow.

Do the above for 30 days in a row and it will be come a habit.

Tip! if you miss a day on your 30 day journey put your day counter back 3 days.

After a few days you should feel a shift in yourself and after 30 days you may not recognize you former self.

If you really want to prove this, write down how you feel before you start this exercise and re-read it after 10-20-30 days….do you still feel this way?

Make this simple gratitude exercise an every day habit, and never pass up an opportunity during the day to express your gratitude openly.

If you would like to excel this process pick up a copy of the book

The Magic‘ by Rhonda Byrne

Employees Mental Health

The greatest asset people have is their ability to think, their ability to be creative. Show you team members that you care about their well-being and the results will show in their work and their commitment to your business.

Ever since the pandemic, when many employees across industries were struggling with high levels of loneliness and burnout, there has been a push to invest more in employees’ mental health. While data tracking mental health offerings and employee participation from industry leaders only dates back as far as 2021, today there are many organizations taking action to support employee well-being through benefits like unlimited paid time off, mental health days, paid volunteer time, company-wide days off to fully disconnect, office meditation spaces, and more.

A recent Gallup research showed that worker disengagement is at historic highs and is largely attributed to “not feeling cared for at work.” Gallup studies also found that employees who feel their organizations care about their well-being are 69% less likely than other workers to search for a new job, 71% less likely to report experiencing burnout, and five times more likely to advocate for their organization.

Your The Best
Your The Best

5 Ways to Show your Employees your care about their mental health

1. Be More Vocal

First and foremost, it’s important to recognize that there’s a major difference between offering mental health benefits and really encouraging their use. When you lead a team, you set the tone for what kinds of behaviors are and aren’t accepted, so you need to actively communicate your support for prioritizing mental health – mention the availability of mental health benefits and encourage your team members to take advantage of them. If your company has limited benefits, this can simply mean promoting the use of vacation days, asking your employees to unplug at a reasonable hour and take breaks when needed, and emphasizing that you support them using sick days for their mental health as well.

2. Stay mindful

Being a present leader who checks in on your team members goes a long way. In a recent Qualtrics and SAP study, nearly 40% of global employees reported that no one at their company had asked them if they were doing okay, and those respondents were 38% more likely than others to say that their mental health had declined since the start of the pandemic. So, be intentional about asking your employees how they are doing and look out for any changes in behavior that may need to be addressed. Additionally, feel free to schedule one on one syncs here and there that are not about status updates or project feedback, but rather just time to see what your team members need to feel supported. Offering even 15 minutes of dedicated time to your employees can really make a difference.

3. Ask for input

Remember that people often manage their mental health in different ways, so try to ask your employees what is helpful from you as their manager when it comes to navigating their well-being. Additionally, encourage your team members to share their own ideas about improving mental health support on your team. Whether you send out quarterly surveys or simply let your employees know that they should feel comfortable coming to you with ideas, be sure to create that space and really listen. By giving your employees a voice and helping them feel part of the mental health efforts within your team, you ensure greater buy-in and increase the likelihood of them actually participating.

4. Be supportive

Over 60% of employees suffer from stress related to juggling work and family commitments, according to studies from Benenden Health. That’s why, as a leader, it’s so important to convey your commitment to the well-being of your employees and their families. Whether that means encouraging your team members to plan time off with their loved ones or actively organizing a team event to which family members are also invited, do your best to try and alleviate some of that balancing stress.

5. Celebrate achievements

When relevant, recognize your employees’ goals and accomplishments pertaining to their well-being. For example, if your employee adequately prepares their team members before their upcoming vacation and then effectively disconnects from work while they’re away, acknowledge that behavior in a positive way! And the same is true for personal milestones – honor employee achievements like running a marathon, having a baby, moving to a new home, and more. Set the standard that taking care of one’s well-being is not only accepted, but actually expected and celebrated on your team.

Links: blogs, videos, podast, books +

Here we share the online resources we found most useful and in line with the official Scrum guide.

Sites and Blogs

These guys lead by example and have some great articles and resources:

Definition of Done – DoD

5 challenges creating-done-increment

Team Ownership -done

Team Collaboration -done

General Information   Stephanie Ockerman Brett Maytom Nader Lucas Smith Lucas Smith Martin Hinshelwood Resources specifically for those interested in the Product Owner role Great place to start learning and to take certifications

Psychological Models In Scrum

Product Owner (PO) Learning Path Here (SM)

Scrum Master (SM) Learning Path Here (SM)

PSM 1 v PSM 2 here

PSPO2 suggested reading

Elevator Pitch: Agile

Product Owner

Telling It Like It Is Here. Ken Schwaber’s Blog:

PO Pdf Checklist HERE

PO: Tips for PO (see links at the end of the page) Here

Tools and Templates

See also


Scrum Master Toolbox

Scrum Master Toolbox

SAFe Business Agility Podcast

Podcast link

Guaranteed Irish Business Podcast

Podcast link

Visual & YouTube

Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Tutorial
User Story Mapping
Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell
Irish Tax: VAT basics
Scrum Master Interview
Learn Jira
UX User Experience Design

Reactjs to build user interfaces. Learn how here


Sample website and app designs:

Books: Reading / Audio

The Professional Product Owner

The Professional Product Owner Buy Here

Authors: Don McGreal Don’s site

Ralph Jocham: Ralph’s site

The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time

Buy Here

Author: Jeff Sutherland (co creator of scrum)

The Hitch-hikers guide to Agile Coaching

Buy Here

Authors: The agile 42 Coaches

Agile42’s Site

The Goal:

Topic: Lean production journey for production plant

Buy Here

Author: E. M. Goldratt

The Phoenix Project

Topic: DevOps

Buy Here

Authors: Kim, Behr & Spafford

The Lean Startup

Buy Here

Author: Eric Ries


My drive is to significantly improve the quality of lives globally by elevating the quality of thoughts individually…

…and communicate these for better team results

The main reason why everyone’s not using the simple framework of scrum and agile is not because the theory is so difficult, it is because it often requires the individual and the company to change it mindset. This is a lot more difficult than implementing a process as it links into the way the company is, and in essences the company IS its people.

Link the common phrase ‘Charity begins at home’ so does Company mindset begins with the individuals mindset’. Whether its bottom up from the Scrum Master or top down from the Agile Coach working as an effective agile team only comes when individual truly buy into the scrum values and agile principles

Here we will focus on how the mindset of You, Your Team and Your Company are interconnected.

Personal Development

A well built, and maintained, ship with a definite destination is a powerful foe.

Getting your own house in order is a good place to start? This way you are thinking straight, your life is organized, you have well defined goals, and you have the will to go after the things that are important to you.

I hear a lot of people say, ‘yep that would be nice …but how?’

The tough answer is that you must do it yourself; but I will give you several tools that can help you. As I write these, I will attempt to link them into agile and scrum way of thinking.

A good starting point is:

Ask how your own values compare to those of the scrum value. Do you feel a connection? If yes, lets go..

  • Focus – the self discipline to stay doing tasks related to you goal
  • Commitment – The Will and persistence to keep going, no matter what.
  • Openness – share and lead a life of giving rather than one of taking
  • Courage – willingness to speak up and rise above conformity if necessary
  • Respect – treat everyone as if they are the most important person in the world

Check out the ‘Personal Development‘ resources in menu here.

Professional Development

Geographical Culture

Business Culture


As you think is what you become

Ones subconsciousness is the part of your mind (brain for all intensive purposes) that controls your body. Unlike your conscious mind it does not have the power of deduction…the ability to distinguish between good and bad, to accept or reject, it only takes ‘what is’. And this ‘what is’ is what effects how you feel, think and act. See ‘the stick person’ for full explanation.

Your subconscious mind is ‘your real you’

and the good news is

you can change it.

Two Ways to Alter Your Mind

There are two known ways for a person to influence, or change, their subconsciousness:

  • Sudden impact event – this is mostly (yet not necessarily) a negative life changing even, for example; a serious accident, being told you need by the doctor you need to change something in your life now or you will die. Its an event which you can’t ignore and you simply do what necessary. It kicks in at a subconscious level, it becomes part of you and you just do it!… This is not a way we will seek out.
  • Repetition – You repeat what you say / do / think / write every day as often as possible until you subconscious mind simple says ‘OK, this is how we are going to do it from now on’. This easily explains how practice! practice! practice! is how you get good at sport, how you remember lessons from school or important people in you life decades later. Again like a ‘sudden impact event’ your subconscious mind does not want to do it and will fight you all the way…until eventual it will give in.

So your conscious decision is:

What will you feed your mind with?

will it be what people think around you, what happens to come over the media, resentment of others, anger at yourself or others? or would you like to give it something better. Have a goal and align your affirmations towards achieving that goal. One way to do this is through affirmations

Good Affirmations are healthy food the mind & body

When you read something a second time; your don’t see something new in it, you see something new in you that you never say before.

Good Affirmations

Nobody can ‘give you’ a perfect affirmation. Hell you will rarely create a perfect affirmation for yourself. But the reality is that you are the only one who can create a truly meaningful affirmation for yourself.

Don’t get me wrong, you can get some great inspiration from others you see with qualities you like, or take quotes from famous people like Napoleon, Nelson Mandela or Gandhi…But this only becomes useful to you when you feel them emotionally, and can truly relate to the context (and this is more than just understanding the words).

Once you can say an affirmation is truly yours, the simple (or seemingly simple) task is to repeat it again and again, and again. With today’s technology we have so many ways to do this:

  • writing
  • recording and listening on the go
  • make a video
  • music that reminds you of it
  • pictures that remind you, and vision board that bring it home with just a glance

As I mentioned earlier, your subconsciousness will fight this new idea with all its might. At the beginning the repetition will be easiest, you get an initial boost as you have ‘decided to do it’. As time goes on the repetition becomes…well repetitive… It goes against everything we are thought. It goes against the grain with thoughts like ‘Not again’, ‘Sure I know this already’, ‘I’m fed up with this’ , ‘Its stupid’….to logically ‘I just don’t want to do it’

….But remember you are 100% not alone. As a matter of fact it happens to everyone and a great quote from Rocky goes

…its not how many times your get knocked down, its how many times you get back up…and keep going.

Get up you son of a bitch, cas Micky loves ya

Or from the fighting Picky in the move Snatch with Brad Pitt

Think the big guy in the red jacket is your ‘bad habit you want to change’ the Picky is your affirmation.

…you’ll stay ’til the jobs done

Affirmation Examples

I am so happy and grateful now that … [followed by]

If I want to be free I’ve got to be me
I am in control of my own destiny and my thoughts, actions and feelings are positive
I let everything in my life flow free and easy (as against try to control everything)
I focus only on those thing that serve me towards my greater good
I have infinite potential and I always say and think positively about myself
I am the artist of my own reality . My choices , actions and feelings contribute to my beautiful life
Money come to me in increasing quantities through multiple sources on a continuous basis
I have a strong body and mind all day long. With spiritual perfection I can hand anything

I realize my perfection is perfect and that this perfection is in me . I begin each day where I see each area o f my life habitually

I am able to do what I like today AS I am confident that I am able to deal with the consequences of my choices.
I am on the right path for me. My destination is my choice…and I choose now.

3 Things For Every Day Success

Granted there are numerous things that can help you through the day, however, for me, I’ve narrowed it down to three essential elements. Take them or leave them, you might want to at least consider them and see if you are incorporating them into you daily life today.

  1. Become the person you want to become
  2. Provide the best service you can
  3. Think for yourself

1. Become the person you want to become

Do you know what kind of person you ARE, and ever question if you are happy being this person. If your like 75% of the population of the developed world the answer may be ‘no’. This being the case…

Do you know what kind of person you want to BECOME? Sit down and think about it. I mean really think about it. Take time out to yourself and let you mind take you to the place you want to be. You got it? Then write it down…in as much detail as possible. The reason for the detail is that the next part of the process is to create a vision of this, and ultimately to think about it 24×7, and become it.

Do you know that 

You are, without doubt, the very best in the world at…



If I want to BE ME I’ve gotta BE ME

2. Provide the best service you can

Ones does not MAKE money, it is always EARNED

Your reward (often, but not necessarily, with money) is in direction relation to the value of the service you render. The only people that make money work in a mint, the rest of us have to earn it. 

The amount you earn is directly related to the value of the service you provide.

For example, the person sweeping the street keeps his allocated streets beautifully clean and affected say 100 people that use them. His supervisor manages say 10 Street-sweepers…so he is affecting 10 times as many people, 100, so his compensation is more that the individual cleaner. And this goes on and on up along the responsibility chain. Keep in mind, this is not saying that either man works harder than the other. There’s a good chance that the Supervisor used to be a Cleaner, but he stood out somehow and got a promotion. 95% of the time he was promoted because he put more into his work than was asked. He tried each day to do his duties better than the day before. The better you can do your job, the more interest you have in it and a positive attitude towards its execution, will ultimately enable you to stand out in the crowd. It more about how you do it than what you do.

He put more into his work than was asked. He tried each day to do his duties better than the day before.

3. Think for yourself

Do you know that the majority of the people in the world go through life without actually thinking

About 2% of the world ACTUALLY THINK and these 2% are the WEALTHIEST

By thinking we mean tapping into you elevated faculties and acting on their feedback

Our Elevated Faculties are:

  1. Perception
  2. Will
  3. Reason
  4. Imagination
  5. Memory
  6. Intuition

Truly being yourself and having the confidence to actually be yourself takes effort. Be honest with who you are and have the courage to BE who you are.

At the end … you must be able to say:

“My life belongs to me,no matter where I am.”

Developing Self Confidence

What does this mean?

It means, have the self belief to do what you believe in. Having confidence will free you to to where your head leads you, to do what you must do.

Prerequisites are:

  • Know your beliefs and core values
  • Have a good image of your true self
  • Have faith that you can go wrong
  • Know that you are unique. There is, and can only be, one you… …so you’d better be yourself and not the person other people think you should be

Progressive humans fail their way to success.

We will always learn more from our failures that we do from our success.

A success is hollow if not preceded by (multiple) failures 

You already have confidence, you just need to develop it

The more knowledge and experience you have the more confident you will be on that topic…so learn more.

… thus the more knowledge you have of yourself the more confidence you will be in yourself – get to know and study your true self.

Confidence has very little to do with intellect, it has more to do with faith, and by this I mean faith in yourself, and faith that the universe will provide.

3 Steps to More Confidence

1. Examine you Self Image

When you think of anything, you think in pictures.

This is quiet simple how our mind works. Children can identify sounds to things and see them,

long before the have any knowledge of the written language. In fact, long before they can speak they recognize something they like or want, and build an mental image of that so that they can ask for it in the future, should the occasion arise. This does not change as we get older…however, many of us forget that this is the case. 

Find a nice quiet place and ask yourself to paint an image of who you are, what you want, what makes you think. Do this often. You cannot do it wrong…you honestly is only answerable to yourself.

Confidence is determined by what is going on inside of you NOT by what is going on externally.

If you don’t like the image you have of yourself DECIDE to change it.

Mind and body cannot be separated. Remember the body follows the mind and not visa versa…so keep you mind positive and prosperous. 

Create your own personal Self Image Script. Write how you want to see yourself. Write it in the present tense. Read / Rewrite / Listen to it as often as you can. Build a picture board of it (Vision board) and implant it in you subconscious by constantly repeating it until it is accepted. When is is accepted by your subconsciousness you will become it.

2. Evaluate you Strengths and Weaknesses

Make a list of you strengths and weaknesses (most people will have more of these). Now pay attention to the next line…contrary to what many have been told growing up 


Let me qualify that, only tackle your weaknesses if they are getting in the way of you achieving your goals, or if they are preventing you from developing your strengths.


One generally does something well because they like doing it, it therefore comes easy. By definition it will therefore become easier to be more dedicated to it.

People are rewarded for offering better service that their competitors. Concentrate on developing your strengths and be the best in you field and you’ll love what you do.

3. Make Everyone Feel Important

Train your mind to see ‘in all people’, what they do not see in themselves. Begin to treat every person you come in contact with as the most important person in the world. 

Leave everyone you meet with an impression of increase. Don’t let other people (even themselves) influence how you think about someone. Look at them. look for what they do well and let them know you noticed it. Give sincerely merited complements freely.

…the good you find in others is a reflection of the good that is in yourself  (this can also work in the opposite way)

Successful Great Thinkers

There are so many ‘great thinkers’ and recipes for success out there that it difficult to know what road to follow. I’m 100% not telling you what road to follow. What I’m sharing are a few teachers who, in my opinion, share a common way of thinking, and thus complement each other. The scrum values and the agile manifesto fit into their overarching message.

“Live you life a better way and do you business a better way, every day…good luck!”

Napoleon Hill

Think and Grow Rich is a 1937 personal development and self-help book written by Napoleon Hill. It is based on Hill’s earlier work, The Law of Success, and outlines the steps needed to become successful.

The book proposes that success is achievable by using the power of one’s mind and the principles of creative visualization. It also covers topics such as the power of positive thinking, the power of the subconscious mind, and the importance of goal setting. Throughout the book, Hill emphasizes the importance of persistence and determination in achieving success. He also emphasizes the importance of personal responsibility, faith in yourself, and the power of positive thinking. He advises that taking action and not giving up are key to success.

His work directly influenced…

Earl Nightengale

The Strangest Secret by Earl Nightengale is a motivational book that explores the power of positive thinking. The book teaches readers how to take control of their lives and achieve success. It emphasizes the importance of setting goals, developing strong beliefs, and being consistent in one’s actions. It encourages readers to be persistent, motivated, and patient in order to achieve their desired outcomes. The book also emphasizes the importance of maintaining a positive attitude and having a clear understanding of one’s purpose in life. It encourages readers to take responsibility for their actions and outcomes, and to develop a strong self-discipline.

Bob Proctor

Bob Proctor, who recently passed away, was a world-renowned life coach and motivational speaker who taught people how to unlock their full potential and reach their goals.

His teachings focus on success, personal growth, and self-improvement. He encourages his students to think positively, tap into their inner strength, and take action towards their dreams. He also emphasizes the importance of creating a vision for the future and using affirmations to stay focused and motivated. He believes that anyone can achieve success if they believe in themselves and work hard.

He co-founded the Proctor Gallagher Institute.

Tony Robbins

Tony Robbins is a life coach and motivational speaker who has developed a philosophy that is based around the principles of personal achievement. He believes that people have the power to create their own destiny, and that they can do so by understanding their own unique power and potential.

Robbins encourages people to take responsibility for their own lives and to set and pursue their own goals. He believes that by developing a positive mindset, people can tap into their inner strength to create positive change in their lives. His philosophy also emphasizes the importance of hard work, goal setting, and commitment to achieving success in life.

Wayne Dyre

Wayne Dyre’s philosophy is centered around the idea of “living in the now” and embracing life with a positive attitude. He believes that we should focus on the present moment, rather than worrying about the past or the future. He encourages us to find joy in the simple things in life, such as spending time with friends and family, and being kind to ourselves and others. By living in the present, we can create a more fulfilling and meaningful life. He also emphasizes the importance of self-awareness, self-reflection, and self-improvement in order to achieve our goals.