Proximity is a matter of positioning oneself in the classroom, and also a matter of communicating with students via eye contact, posture, movement around the classroom, and any other body language from the teacher to deliver constructive information. This chapter presents a case study about Rob Selig. Rob's principal shared his Time-on-Task Tool that revealed a marked decrease in Attention when Rob stood at his desk to direct or reprimand off-task students for not meeting the Expectation to self-start. Rob and his principal devised a plan: Through a process of consulting and coaching, Rob would follow these steps in using Proximity for self-starting. Proximity felt like magic to Rob. In follow-up consultations a few weeks later, Rob suggested that on-task behavior was beginning to dip again with a few students remaining troublesome. Again, his principal visited to observe self-starting and Rob's use of physicality and visual scanning were having positive results even if engagement was declining somewhat.