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The Art of Exceptional Living Audio CD – Abridged, Audiobook, CD
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Jim Rohn has been called the most uniquely inspiring business speaker today. A philosopher, motivational counselor and successful trainer, Jim knows how to reveal contemporary success secrets in a way that is both accessible and practical. With a deep understanding of the business world gleaned from years of experience as a salesman, business owner and chairman of the board, Jim ignites enthusiasm and a can-do attitude in all who hear him speak. He is the founder and chairman of Jim Rohn Productions. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I can't even tell you how many times I've listened to this audio through the years. If I was forced to guess, I would say at least 30.
I am a better person because of Jim Rohn... I am thankful for his contribution to society...
One note on this: this CD set is essentially "7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness" in audiobook form, so unless you want both forms, just get one or the other.
I emailed her a question about the product, and she responded promptly, accurately, and friendly.
I speak at technical conferences and I know what it is like to try to be helpful to hundreds of attendees. In a mixed group, you are not sure what everyone 'wants'. So I have found the best solution is to provide what you know very well and hope the audience finds it helpful. And I think that was what Jim was doing. Talking about real-life issues and giving us some tips and new ways to think about the ordinary. Very, very few books have 'stayed' with me like this one.
I have seen reviews saying his material is 'obvious' and 'nothing new'. I disagree. It takes a push to re-think the ordinary and see if our current habits are helping us or hurting us. Yes, keeping a journal to remind us what we did and what we learned is nothing new. But that new habit really helps. Getting a library card and trying to read something 'hard' every month is nothing new, but that habit alone may change a person's life for the positive, forever.
So, I recommend this collection of his work for anyone looking to improve their life in a doable, practical way.
The work is a compilation of presentations in front of an audience as well as some stage recordings to help pull all the elements together. I only wish that I had had the opportunity to hear this live!