In this a live seminar, Jim Rohn provides an overview of Economics 101, shares stories about super-motivator Robert Schuler, leads you in identifying your philosophy about money, helps you uncover the mystery of the philosophy of being rich and poor, leads you in understanding what to do with a dollar, and explains why keeping strict financial accounts is important.
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, and video programs. Jim has been hailed over the years as one of the most influential thinkers of our time.
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Review: Financial Independence
This audiobook takes the form of a single lecture in basic economic thinking, to be delivered to first year undergraduates (or perhaps final year high school students) judging by its general tenor, and as such it may seem a bit childish and patronising at times. However, if you ignore this small defect, Jim Rohn sets out methodically some basic principles of economic thinking which should be of use to someone thinking of starting on the road to a career in economics or else just seeking to turn around a failing financial position. After a fairly successful career in business in the 1950’s and 60’s, the author devoted much of the rest of his working life to public speaking, and much of the value of this book lies in the motivational property which you might expect from such a person. What it does, in effect, is dispel the myth that if you are borne poor you must remain poor; he refutes the obstacles that stand in the way of financial success, making it clear that the effort is definitely worthwhile.