About Robert Proctor

Robert Proctor | President of Multisoft

Robert Proctor at a Boy Scout camping event

Robert Proctor at a Boy Scout camping event

Robert Proctor is the President of Multisoft Corporation, an international MLM solutions company. Their tools are setting the standard in network marketing platforms. The Multisoft mission is to help companies utilize their full network, thereby empowering entrepreneurs to reach for their dreams. Robert Proctor has always prioritized the success and well-being of others over that of his own. Multisoft and the MLM industry as a whole has given Robert a means to help people from all over the world. However, Robert actively seeks out ways to give back to his local community. One way that he does that is though is local Knights of Columbus council. The K of C are a Catholic, fraternal, service organization.

Give what you get

Another way Robert Proctor gives back is by volunteering with his local Boy Scouts of America troop. Robert was a scout in his youth so he knows first hand the value of this great organization. Robert Proctor is also a member of the Order of the Arrow — the national honor society of the Boy Scouts of America. Honoring Native Americans, the Order of the Arrow has a specific set of insignias, articles and styles.

Boy Scouts as depicted by a 1950s manual

Boy Scouts as depicted by a 1950s manual

Robert Proctor is still heavily involved with the Boy Scouts of America. He is an assistant Scout Master for his local troop. Volunteering his valuable time is a great example of Robert Proctors devotion to helping others. He also serves as assistant Chairman of Fundraising, where he can apply his business expertise. At any given time, Robert is involved with several projects at once. He can be busy fundraising for an event, planning a camping excursion with a group of scouts, and working with a scout on their Eagle Scout public service project — all at once. Robert Proctor’s commitment to service is a huge part of who he is. And in many ways, the Boy Scouts of America instilled those beliefs in him. Service, charity, and thoughtfulness are all lessons you learn while you rise from Cub Scout all the way to Eagle Scout, provided you are willing to put in the time. You learn important things about friendship, self-reliance, honesty, and hard work with camping and kayaking and all the other typical scouting activities. But the true alchemy comes from taking those lessons and applying them while in the real world. And in that regard, Robert Proctor is a model for what the Boy Scouts of America are all about.