5 thoughts on “My Philosophy for Successful Living

  1. Short, direct, insightful and filled with hope. Jim Rohn was one of the masters of this type of thought and writing. Comfortably in the leagues of Earl Nightingale, Zig Ziglar, and Napoleon Hill. Rohn wasn’t quite as ‘aww shucksy’ as Ziglar or as stilted and formal as Hill, or as regal as Nightingale. But he mixes elements of each into his own genuine and straightforward style.

    If you have ever heard Rohn speak, the memory of his voice will leap immediately from these pages. If you haven’t, you

  2. Quick read with an overview of Rohn’s approach to self-improvement. Nothing is examined in much detail, and it would probably work better as an audio — Rohn was a great speaker and a strong influence on Ziglar, Tracy, and others who came after him.

  3. Rohn is a to-the-point guy, & this is a to-the-point book. He lets you in on simple strategies/philosophies for making the most of your time here on Earth. Jim’s a truly inspirational man with a friendly voice, & everyone should take 30mins out of their day sometime to give this book a go.

    If you like it, I highly recommend moving on to 7 Strategies for 7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness: Power Ideas from America’s Foremost Business Philosopher. That book is a more fleshed out (yet r

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