About My Friend Jim Rohn

My “friend” Jim Rohn died on December 5.   Of course, he had no idea who I was.  But that didn’t make him any less my friend. I was introduced to Jim Rohn by my upline in my first network marketing company.  I will always consider my time with that company a success.  Not because I made a lot of money, I didn’t.  But because it brought to me the man who would become the most influential mentor in my life. Over the past 13 years, I’ve learned lots about personal and professional development from a handful of people.  But for some reason — and I can’t even put my finger on exactly what it is — no one has even been a close second to the value I’ve gotten from Mr. Rohn’s books, CDs, and DVDs. To this day, if I feel discouraged or beaten down, I pull Jim Rohn up on my IPod.  I’m pretty sure I own everything in the Jim Rohn library.  Jim’s style, his story, his words and the way he delivered them — all have a unique way of reassuring me that yes, anything IS possible.  And of motivating me to go make it happen. What made Jim Rohn unique in the personal development world?  He taught fundamentals.  His foundation for success boiled down to basic principles.  cheap amoxil What’s worked since the beginning of time. There is never any fear of Jim’s stuff becoming out of date.  My great grandkids will be able to rely on it when learning how to succeed.  As fast paced as our world has become, that fact...