Jim Rohn

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PAÑÑᾹSᾹSTRA UNIVERSITY OF CAMBODIA
Personal Growth and Development (Afternoon)

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Reflection – Jim Rohn

After watching a video of Jim Rohn “Living an Exceptional Life” and understanding the whole and main concept of this video, I seem to better my living lots. Jim Rohn, the man many consider to be America's Foremost Business Philosopher, shared his success philosophies and principles for over 46 years, with more than 6,000 audiences and over five million people worldwide, and his rags to riches story played a large part in his work, which influenced others in the personal development industry. Undoubtedly, after watching and understanding the principle theory of living an exceptional life, the dark sky and cloud of negative thoughts hang over my head has already been flown away. There is a likely probability that somewhere along the line of our personal growth and development that we've been led to believe that in order to make anything of ourselves, we must make great achievements. Fortunately, that belief is false. Living an Exceptional Life by Jim Rohn explains in great detail that you can still become an exceptional individual just by doing simple, everyday things. Over time, our simple efforts will lead to enormous progress, creating a life that others will admire us for. We now play the world game, and it’s not just the competition. So now we are got to be ready to cash in on the opportunity, and we are also got to be ready for the competition. For both opportunity and competition are very important for us. Also, we have to learn more than one skill if we want economic safety for the future, especially this century, we need more than one skill and learn more than one language. Success is not something we pursue. It’s what we attract by becoming attractive; by becoming attractive to the market place, we need to have multiple skills and multiple languages. Moreover, organizing simply means getting people

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