Hear Jim's famous "Girl Scout Story" and learn how to design an extrodinary life and create abundance. Listen to his discussion on ideas and inspiration, lessons of the seasons, physical/spiritual/mental connections, and how to turn nothing into something as he helps you grow both personally and professionally.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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Rambling incoherent discourse
a coherent theme
I listened for an hour and didn't know what he was talking about. It bounced from being cautious when you drive your car (don't run red lights) to engaging in serious debate. No clue what the overall speech was about. He really did ramble from topic to topic without ever making a point.
N/A - no narrator could have saved this incoherent babbling.
Anger for wasting precious time.
I purchased this after listening to Darren Hardy (editor of Success magazine) rave about what a positive influence Jim Rohn was on his life. I was extremely disappointed. I focused intently on Jim's speech, trying to find a constant theme. I couldn't. The speech went all over the place. He would tell a story and at the end, you'd think, Ok, he's about to make his point - but, there was none- he'd move on to another story. Also, all of the silly platitudes, like "Spring always follows winter".
I have never written a bad review about a book - however, this was awful. For the Jim Rohn fans out there - I'm sorry - perhaps his other books/speeches are better and perhaps I don't have the intellect to gain meaning from platitudes like "there's always a winter and summer in every business cycle" - but, this was lost on me.