The man many consider to be America's foremost business philosopher has been sharing his success principles and strategies for more than 39 years, with more than 6,000 audiences and over four million people worldwide! He is the author of over 25 books, audio programs, and videos. Jim has been hailed over the years as one of the most influential thinkers of our time.
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I was really disappointed, it was more of a summary of what he will discuss if you attended a seminar. Lots of one liner on a bunch of topics. I wouldn't buy another title of this kind.
Elder YBYBY Daviyd Ben, Region 4 of Celestial Federation of Yahweh - including the states of Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee - avid audiobook listener!
It's Jim Rohn, if you have listened to any of his presentations - then you already know it's going to be a transformational source of knowledge and therefore among the top 5 of my fave audiobooks.
The Art of War, both books address communication and persuasion in order to achieve goals....
His skill at making a presentation personal, something that cannot be achieved when reading...
I listened, part of communication. And through the stories, ideas and "write this down" I am excited to follow his word. as a fellow speaker and trainer on communication, I learned so any ideas and things about myself that will help me earn a profit. Thanks for sharing.
Jim Rohn delivers a powerful message for communication! So relevant for today's blogs, content and the creation of program's! I will use this for my businesses...👌👌👌
This reminded me a religious figure talking about his ideas in Church rather than the book than I was hoping to get about "Persuasion" It was irrelevant to the topic and misleading ...
"personalised with the best advice"
One of the nest Jim rohn presentations Iv heard in years. an absolute must have
This is supposed to be a book about the art of communication. Mr Rohn simply rants in abstract terms. He should have:
1. Structured the material better
2. Given clear examples with "how to" instructions.
Yes, a bit. Fortunately I first listened to "how to win friends and influence people", so I know there are good books out there.
No one, he is an excellent narrator, with passion, and varied energy and pace. It's simply low grade content that no one could have saved.
Confusion at first, then contempt, then disappointment.
Just saying "do this", "don't do that" and using generic examples is a rant, not an education.
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