Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Vitamins for the Mind

Are you familiar with this guy named Jim Rohn? If you are a personal development "junkie" like me, this name shouldn't sound too foreign.

Jim Rohn has been a source of motivation and inspiration for millions of people around the world for decades now. Not only has he brought great, positive changes to people, he has already trained countless wonderful personal development leaders who carry on his legacy to inspire, motivate and to bring out the potential in everyone.

Jim Rohn has been highly acclaimed as one of the most affluent speakers of our time. If you haven't read or listen to his bestsellers books or audios yet, now is really a good time to start. Unlike many of the personal development gurus out there, Jim Rohn not only brings wonderful ideas and knowledge to you, he also teaches you how to put what you have learnt into practice.

To do and not to do is not yet to know. Knowledge itself is not power. It is potential power. Unless put into use, it is just as useless.

Visit his website, JimRohn.com for more information about him and his countless masterpieces.

Below is a weekly sampling of original quotes, on a specific topic, taken from The Treasury of Quotes by Jim Rohn (TTOQ).

In fact you can get the TTOQ, along with 4 other great bonuses for FREE when you make any purchases from the Jim Rohn's Online Catalog totaling $10 or more.

And not to forget, you will be receiving a 20%-60% discount on all Jim Rohn's products! What could be better?



Success is not to be pursued; it is to be attracted by the person you become.

Failure is not a single, cataclysmic event. You don't fail overnight. Instead, failure is a few errors in judgment, repeated every day.

Don't take the casual approach to life. Casualness leads to casualties.

Success is the study of the obvious. Everyone should take Obvious I and Obvious II in school.

It's too bad failures don't give seminars. Wouldn't that be valuable? If you meet a guy who has messed up his life for forty years, you've just got to say, "John, if I bring my journal and promise to take good notes, would you spend a day with me?"

Success is not so much what we have as it is what we are.

Success is 20% skills and 80% strategy. You might know how to read, but more importantly, what's your plan to read?

Average people look for ways of getting away with it; successful people look for ways of getting on with it.

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