Jim Rohn

Small, seemingly insignificant things can have the biggest effects

The other day, I decided to check out a new ramen shop a friend recommended. There was a long line and I debated whether I should bother, but I figured I was always there so what the heck. Thankfully, today we have our smartphones with us at all times, which means dead time (waiting in …

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the secret to Roger Federer’s success

When we think of excellence, a few names come to mind. Michael Jordan, Usain Bolt, Muhammad Ali, Bruce Lee, Wayne Gretzky, Kobe Bryant, Tiger Woods, Michael Phelps and Roger Federer. Naturally, what makes these individuals stand out above the rest is ability to win. They won, over and over again. Something not easy to do …

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time management tip # 21: the quantity quality myth

The quantity quality myth is something I’ve argued about time and time again. In fact, I often find myself in the minority on a lot of issues. But when you consider that only 5% of the population is able to become wealthy, I guess I’m doing something right. The big mistake many people make is …

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Fitness Coach Sumi Singh shares her secrets to a better body

I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again… You’ve gotta love FB. Sure, we spend more time than we should scrolling down our Newsfeed, searching for long lost friends and checking out the latest news that’s trending…but still, it’s pretty dang powerful. I’ve been able to reach out and talk to millionaires, share my ideas …

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What I Learned From Teaching My Son To Swim

I’ve said it once. I’ll say it again. “Kids are amazing.” Over the past year or so, I have taken my son to swimming lessons three times a month. I hired a coach and while he took his lessons I would do a few laps. After he finished his lessons, I would review what was …

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5 lessons from Animal Farm every leader should understand

Growing up I wasn’t much of a reader… So I can sympathize when I meet people who tell me that they “hate” reading. I mean, why bother reading a book that’ll take a few days when you can watch a movie in two hours? That’s what many people are thinking when I suggest they read. …

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17 books all leaders must read

What do parents, teachers, CEOs and managers have in common? They are all leaders. Parents are given the task of leading their children. Teachers, their students. CEOs, their businesses. Managers, their team. But regardless of who you are leading, the principles are the same. Learning how to motivate your employees will work just as well …

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people, a business’ most valuable commodity

Location, location, location… That used to be the secret to success. Then came along this little thing called the Internet and rewrote all the rules of the game. Gone are the days where information was a premium and access limited. Today we face a whole new world, one in which people take front stage. However, …

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the 8th wonder of the world

The 8th wonder of the world, at least that’s what Einstein called it. Teachers teach it without even realizing it. Darren Hardy and Jeff Olson wrote a book about it. It has helped people turn small investments into vast fortunes. I am, of course, talking about the magic of compound interest. The concept is simple. …

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