Thursday, March 01, 2012

Who is Jim Rohn? The Man who touched Millions of lives....

A little history Of Jim Rohn


For more than 40 years, Jim Rohn honed his craft like a skilled artist-helping people the world over sculpt life strategies that have expanded their imagination of what is possible. Those who had the privilege of hearing him speak can attest to the elegance and common sense of his material. It is no coincidence, then, that he is widely regarded as one of the most influential thinkers of our time, and thought of by many as a national treasure. Jim authored countless books and audio and video programs, and helped motivate and shape an entire generation of personal-development trainers and hundreds of executives from America's top corporations.
Born to an Idaho farming family in the mid-1900s, Jim was ingrained with a work ethic that has served him well throughout his life. At 25, he met his mentor Earl Shoaff. And over the next six years he made his first fortune, yet didn't get into speaking until he moved to Beverly Hills, California, when a friend at the Rotary Club asked him to tell his success story, which Rohn titled "Idaho Farm Boy Makes It to Beverly Hills."
His speech went over so well that he received more invitations to share it, and better yet, they started paying him for it. In the beginning, he spoke in front of college and high-school classes and at service clubs, before moving on to seminars in 1963, which launched him into the personal-development business. From then on, Jim Rohn became a trailblazer in the self help and personal development industry, impacting the lives of millions through his life-changing material.
Jim Rohn focused on the fundamentals of human behavior that most affect personal and business performance. His is the standard to which those who seek to teach and inspire others are compared. He possessed the unique ability to bring extraordinary insights to ordinary principles and events, and the combination of his substance and style captures the imagination of those who hear or read his words.
"If you were to take the lessons and experiences you've acquired in the past one year, five years or 10 years and skillfully invest that into your future, how powerful would that be? Where would you find yourself at the end of the next year?" - Jim Rohn



Jim Rohn passed away December 5, 2009, and was laid to rest Saturday, December 12, 2009, at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California. How ever his legacy lives on... 
He loved making a difference in people’s lives, that was his passion and inspiration. Yet he was also a private man who kept a small, loyal and caring inner circle. He was a tremendous friend to those who knew him.
Someone once said “when you are born you enter the world crying while everyone else is rejoicing and when you die hopefully you have lived such a life that everyone will be crying while you are rejoicing”. Jim Rohn lived such a life.
"How are you at achieving the goals you set for yourself? Do you make significant progress? Is it more like taking one step forward and two steps back?"
The perfect introduction to Jim Rohn's success and business philosophies-for network marketers or any entrepreneur-with added inspiration from Denis Waitley, Zig Ziglar and Brian Tracy!
This very special package includes:
The Five Major Pieces to the Life Puzzle paperback book by Jim Rohn
The Seasons of Life paperback book by Jim Rohn
The Jim Rohn Sampler audio CD
Building Your Network Marketing Business audio CD by Jim Rohn
Excerpts from the Treasury of Quotes booklet by Jim Rohn
Excerpts from the Seeds of Greatness Treasury booklet by Denis Waitley
Little Book of Big Quotes booklet by Zig Ziglar
Excerpts from the Treasury of Quotes booklet by Brian Tracy

Watch this short video of Jim Rohn

Everything you need for your better future and success has already been written. And guess what? It's all available. All you have to do is go to the library. But would you believe that only three percent of the people in America have a library card. Wow, they must be expensive! No, they're free. And there's probably a library in every neighborhood. Only three percent! - Jim Rohn