Jim Rohn, who called himself a “Business Philosopher”, was revered by millions, and is created for launching or significantly aiding a generation of personal and professional development masters (Mark Victor Hansen , Anthony Robbins, Jack Canfield, and Brian Tracy to name just a few), passed away a week ago today.
Though I never met Jim, he has had a hand in creation of my philosophies, as I have read his work and listened to his seminars for many years. He and I shared a farm background, a belief in the free enterprise system and a desire to help other reach their potential.
If you have listened to his recordings, get them out and listen again. There will be as many personal and professional development lessons per minute as with any speaker ever. If you haven’t heard Jim or weren’t aware of him before now – this is your chance. Become a student now.
If you are a serious learner, you need to experience Jim. You can learn more about his products and recordings, as well as for not read tribute to his life (including a video) on his website.
To make it easier for you to experience Jim, I’ve embedded a video here for you. Invest the ten minutes.