You need to learn from the late Jim Rohn

I do not exaggerate when I urge you to study the work of Jim Rohn. We all need to know the basic wisdom he dispensed to millions during his 40+ year career. I have studied his writings and his audio recordings for years and have benefited greatly.

Jim Rohn was born to a modest Idaho farm family and during the first six years of his adult life he accomplished little. At the age of 25 he had a family, was a college dropout, worked as a clerk in a Sears store, was always broke and had no savings. He had, as he so often said, nothing but pennies in his pocket.

Mr. Rohn was fortunate to meet a mentor, a very successful businessman who had already made millions named Earl Shoaf. Mr. Shoaf taught Rohn some very basic personal habits and disciplines that lead to financial and personal success. Sadly Shoaf died only five years after Rohn met him, but Rohn learned very valuable lessons during those years.

At the time of Shoaf’s death Rohn had already become a millionaire putting into practice what he had learned. In the half century since that fateful meeting Jim Rohn went on not only to be a very successful businessman but to become one of the most successful and well known public speakers on success and business philosophy. He spoke to packed audiences – over 6000 of them all over the world.

Rohn became, in his words, “a serious student of success”, reading all he could find and studying what makes men and women successful in business and life.

Fortunately for us the wisdom and knowledge that he accumulated over a life time is available to us in his few books and his many digital recordings. For a fraction of what thousands paid to hear him speak in person you can hear his lectures and stories. For only a few dollars you can read his books.

I have been very slow to endorse any product or teacher. But I can say without reservation that Jim Rohn was among the very best and his work is invaluable to any serious student of success.

Opportunity knocks for us but rarely. When it does we must be ready to respond. This is a great opportunity for you to enhance your skills and knowledge and become more successful. Millions have done so before you. Jim Rohn sadly died on December 5, 2009 at the age of 79 – but his work lives on.

Click on the link below and visit my webpage devoted to the amazing work of Jim Rohn. Take advantage of the opportunity to learn what men like Anthony Robbins, Mark Victor Hansen, Jack Canfield, Brian Tracy, and many others, whose careers Rohn helped launch, and who were inspired to tremendous success by the wisdom of this man.

Do it now, take a look at the work of a legend of the self improvement movement:

Wishing you success,

Daniel R. Murphy

Wishing you Success and Prosperity,

Daniel R. Murphy

Wishing you well,

Daniel R. Murphy
Educating people for building wealth, adapting to a changing future and personal development.