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The Art of Exceptional Living by Jim Rohn (Nightingale Conant) 664CDS Abridged Audio CD – Audiobook, 1 Jan 1994
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Listen to this on your way to work, or while you are walking i.e. shopping, going to work or lunch!
write down little notes.
Just these little actions repeated daily, will get you started on improving your life and those around you.
Wow what a great place to start you thinking on how to improve your life!
Thank you for "An Apple a day"
This CD is truely a great buy.
NOTE: track 1 is a cheesy introduction, but that is the only down side... and its easy to skip past.
If you want to laugh out loud on your way to work on a Monday morning and arrive inspired and ready to deal with what the week has to throw at you buy this - of courrse!
They are the words that come through from the CD set "The Art of Exceptional Living" by Jim Rohn. This two CD set is a fantastic way to introduce yourself to the work of Rohn, and to learn from the lessons that he had learned himself.
Much of the work is autobiographical, however this is no bad thing. Rohn talks about the difficult times in his life, earning $57 and there being more month than money at the age of twenty five. He then shows the main change that was required to break free from this vicious cycle - the change in blame - moving from an external blame mentality to an internal blame mentality.
He also demonstrates the benefits of focusing on enhanced skills, not reduced problems.
Another great section of this CD is the emphasis put on personal development. The cynic in me wonders whether this is partially self promotion of his other works, however despite this I completely agree with his sentiments that everybody should have a library including personal and business development materials, together with books and journals that enhance the mind and spirit.
This is a great CD set at a very low cost, that I would recommend is added to any personal development collection.