Tag Archives: Jim Rohn

Moments that Matter….Living Your Fullest Life!

As I write this final post in my 5 part series based on Jim Rohn’s book The Five Major Pieces to the Life Puzzle, I find myself overflowing with the richness of life.  I’m currently spending a month working from the lake house where I spent all my summers growing up, a half hour outside […]

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You Reap What You Sow

We have all heard it said that you reap what you sow.  That there is a season for planting and a season for harvesting.  Therefore, regardless of your dreams and desires, if you were not planting in the spring, you will not reap the rewards in the fall!  Your results are ALWAYS in direct proportion […]

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The Pain of Discipline or the Pain of Regret …. The Choice is Yours!

Are you doing everything you can with all those amazing talents and gifts of yours?  Do you even know how extraordinary you are?   I hope so! Well, if for some reason you do not realize how much you rock 😉 , you might want to head back to Part 1 and 2 of this 5 […]

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Your Attitude Determines Your Altitude

In last week’s blog post, we discussed how significantly our lives are impacted by what we know, or our Personal Philosophy.  I shared some strategies for refining your Personal Philosophy so that you can make sound decisions in your pursuit of the good life.  This is a critical step in the success equation, because it […]

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The 5 Major Pieces to the Life Puzzle

“Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basic fundamentals.”  ~Jim Rohn Herein lies the answer to why so many people find success to be so elusive!  Most people see success as a great mystery to be solved, and until they find the magic key, the door will […]

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