By Chris Widener
For the 1st time in heritage, Chris stocks his insights on what made Jim Rohn tick in the course of his years as speaker, writer and chief. For 7 years, best-selling writer and speaker Chris Widener was once in my view mentored via Jim Rohn. during this time, Chris travelled with Jim Rohn and absorbed his enterprise acumen first-hand. Chris supplies readers a unprecedented glimpse into the greatness of this guy, who was once thought of America's number one company thinker. via Chris' eyes, you are going to study first-hand what it might be prefer to sit down and feature a talk over a meal with Jim Rohn, journey a airplane side-by-side and paintings on his books. Chris illuminates nuggets of knowledge he realized whereas being mentored via Jim Rohn, that may have a considerable impression in your company. become aware of Jim Rohn such as you by no means have prior to in the course of the eyes of this grasp storyteller, Chris Widener.
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Bang! He banged the gavel and away she went. The lesson of the Bible is pretty clear; we are to be persistent. We are to go to God and be persistent. We have to work our jobs and be persistent. We are to make sales calls and be persistent; that persistence is one of the great lessons of success. But one of the things that I love about Jim was that he always saw behind the story. He had an interesting thought about that story. He said, “You know, of course, that we’re supposed to be persistent and we’re supposed to go back to God and go back to God and go back to God and go back to God because it shows that we want it.
When you think of a farmer, you typically think of a quiet guy who just goes about his business and gets it done, day in, day out, producing a harvest. That really was Jim. He was also raised by a minister, and I think that a lot of the emphasis of just quietly going about your business, humility, and those kinds of things really came about in what I saw from Jim Rohn. Jim wasn’t the kind of guy who liked small talk with a crowd. I don't know if he really felt uncomfortable or not. I never asked, but he was more of an introvert.
Kyle has heard this thousands of times more times than I have. ” So many people in the motivational world would have said, “We do extraordinary work. We do work that impacts the world forever. ” I just love the simplicity of that. I love the non-hyped way of describing his work. ” Because that is the question that still causes me to think, causes me to pause, causes me to reflect about my own work and my own life. ” I did good work. One other lesson that I learned from Jim was something that he said to me after the book 12 Pillars came out and sold so many copies.
7 Years with Jim Rohn. Mentored by a Master by Chris Widener