This excellent book by Jim Rohn and Chris Widener, was such an easy read
and very enjoyable but at the same time so life changing!
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“All successful people I know and work with around the world are great readers. They just read, read, read. They are so curious that they are driven to read because they just have to know. It is one of the things they all have in common. Here is a good phrase: All leaders are readers.”
I say, “John, I’ve got this gold mine. I’ve got so much gold, I don’t know what to do with it all. Come on over and dig.” John says, “I don’t have a shovel.” I say, “Well, John, get you one.” He says, “Do you know what they want for shovels?” Hey, invest the money, get the CDs and books. The best money you can spend is money invested in your self-education. Don’t shortchange yourself when it comes to investing in your own future." Jim Rohn
Multi-millionaire, personal developement expert and mentor,
Jim Rohn suggested 7 Books Everyone Should Read:
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1. The Bible
"Many years ago, I learned that some of the best advice ever given comes from the Bible. There is a phrase in that amazing book that says, “If you search you will find.” So that is the way to discover good ideas and life-changing information. Search. In order to find — you must search. You must go to the seminars and to the training classes. You must listen to the audio programs that can give you breakthrough ideas. You must go and engage in conversations with people of substance. You must go looking, go searching. Rarely do good ideas interrupt you. And as you make a diligent search, you will find all the good ideas you need. You can learn from negative as well as positive. The Bible is such a great book because it is a collection of human stories on both sides of the ledger. One list of human stories is called examples: Do what these people did. And the other list of human stories is called warnings: Don’t do what these clods did. What a wealth of information. What to do and what not to do. I think it also means, however, that if your story ever gets in somebody’s book, make sure it’s used as an example, not a warning." Jim Rohn
2. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill.
Mr. Shoaff got me started on my library. Here’s one of the books he recommended, "Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill. Think and Grow Rich. Mr. Shoaff said to me, “Doesn’t that little book intrigue you?” Jim Rohn
3. How to Read a Book by Mortimer Adler.
4. As a Man Thinketh by James Allen.
5. The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clancy
6. The Lessons of History by William James Durant.
7. The Story of Philosophy by William James Durant.
"Let me share with you two of the best sources of information available: First, learn from your own experiences. Become a good student of your own life. It's the information you are most familiar with and feel the strongest about. So make your own life one of your most important studies. And in studying your own life, be sure to study the negative as well as the positive, your failures as well as your successes. Our so-called failures serve us well when they teach us valuable information. They’re frequently better teachers than our successes." Jim Rohn.
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