Jim Rohn

Jim Rohn and his Secret to Success.

Early this morning I was reading a short article from Dave Dee, Chief Marketing Officer from GKIC and it was too good not to share. We all have times in our lives and our careers when we doubt our direction, what we are doing or struggle to find that golden nugget that’s going to make it all come together.

Dave shares the Jim Rohn philosophy

Dave writes…

I recently received an email from a follower who wrote:

“Can you tell me what works quickly and brings in money? I don’t have time to read sixty-seven pages. Too old, too tired and run down. There has to be an easy better way.”

This is obviously a beaten man who has probably fallen prey to countless gurus hollow promises of great riches with no work. So let me set the record straight:

The holy grail you’re searching for, does not exist.

EVERY successful person I know, works their tail off. But here’s the paradox:

There are many financially unsuccessful people who work really hard on their jobs but not hard on themselves and therefore struggle financially.

You MUST find time to read, study and then take massive action and keep doing those things to achieve success. There are no shortcuts or magic pills you can take.

Here’s what exciting though:

It never too late to start. You are not too old. You can start a journey to a new life TODAY. It doesn’t matter what happened yesterday or the day before. You can set your sail in a new direction TODAY.

Will it be easy? No but the alternative is to give up and live your life in misery. Decide that you’ve had enough and get moving TODAY.

Here is an amazing clip from Mr. Jim Rohn. Regardless of where you are in life right now, I encourage you to watch it. It’s only just under 14 minutes so grab a coffee and have a listen. Jim Rohn has some powerful stuff to share.

Thanks Dave for your words of wisdom and of course thanks too to Jim Rohn for sharing his profound thoughts. The long and the short of it is to keep moving forward. Keep working on yourself, keep learning and keep sharing.