7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness PDF Book by Jim Rohn


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Shortly after I turned twenty-ve I met a man by the name of Earl Shoa. Little did I know how this encounter would change my life … Up until then my life had been embarrassingly typical of the vast majority of people who lead gray lives of little achievement and even less happiness.

7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness PDF Book by Jim Rohn

Name of Book 7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness
Author Jim Rohn
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No of Pages 147
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I did have a wonderful start, growing up in the loving environment of a small farming community in southwestern Idaho, just a short walk from the shores of the Snake River. When I left home I was lled with the hope of carving for myself a goodsized chunk of the American dream. However, things did not turn out quite as I’d expected.

After graduating from high school I promptly went to college. But at the end of one year I decided I was smart enough, so I quit. This turned out to be a major mistake — one of many major mistakes I would make during those early days. But I was impatient to work and to earn, guring I wouldn’t have any trouble getting a job, which turned out to be accurate.

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Getting a job wasn’t hard. (I was yet to understand the dierence between merely making a living and making a life.) Shortly afterward, I got married. And like the typical husband, I made my wife lots of promises about the wonderful future which I knew was just around the corner. After all, I was ambitious, I was very sincere about my desire to succeed, and I did work hard.

Success was assured! Or so I thought … When I turned twenty-ve, I had been working for six years, so I decided to take stock of my progress. I had a nagging suspicion that things weren’t going quite right. My weekly paycheck amounted to a grand total of fty-seven dollars. I was far behind in my promises and even further behind with the growing pile of bills strewn across our rickety kitchen table.

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By now I was a father saddled with ever-growing responsibilities for my expanding family. But most of all I realized that gradually I had settled into quietly accepting my meager lot. In a moment of honesty I began to see that rather than making progress I was falling further behind nancially with each passing day. Something clearly had to change … but what?

Maybe hard work alone doesn’t do it, I thought to myself. This, for me, was a shocking realization, raised as I was to believe that reward comes to those who earn their living by the sweat of their brow. But it was plain as day that although I was “sweatin’ plenty,” I was on my way to ending up at age sixty like so many people I saw around me: broke and in need of assistance.

This terried me. I couldn’t face that kind of future. Not in this, the richest country in the world! Still, I had more questions than answers. What should I do? How could I change the direction of my life? I thought about going back to school. Only one year of college doesn’t look good on a job application. But with a family to look after, going back to school seemed impractical. 7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness PDF Book

Shortly before I met Mr. Shoa I was lounging at home one day when I heard a knock at the door. It was a timid, hesitant knock. When I opened the door I looked down to see a pair of big brown eyes staring up at me. There stood a frail little girl of about ten. She told me, with all the courage and determination her little heart could muster, that she was selling Girl Scout cookies.

It was a masterful presentation — several avors, a special deal, and only two dollars per box. How could anyone refuse? Finally, with a big smile and ever-so-politely, she asked me to buy. And I wanted to. Oh, how I wanted to! Except for one thing. I didn’t have two dollars! Boy, was I embarrassed! Here I was — a father, had been to college, was gainfully employed — and yet I didn’t have two dollars to my name.

Naturally I couldn’t tell this to the little girl with the big brown eyes. So I did the next best thing. I lied to her. I said, “Thanks, but I’ve already bought Girl Scout cookies this year. And I’ve still got plenty stacked in the house.” Now that simply wasn’t true. But it was the only thing I could think of to get me o the hook. And it did. The little girl said, “That’s okay, sir. 7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness PDF Book

Thank you very much.” And with that she turned around and went on her way. I stared after her for what seemed like a very long time. Finally, I closed the door behind me and, leaning my back to it, cried out, “I don’t want to live like this anymore. I’ve had it with being broke, and I’ve had it with lying.

I’ll never be embarrassed again by not having any money in my pocket.” That day I promised myself to earn enough to always have several hundred dollars in my pocket at all times. This is what I mean by a nitty-gritty reason. It may not win me any prize for greatness, but it was enough to have a permanent eect on the rest of my life.

My Girl-Scout-cookie story does have a happy ending. Several years later, as I was walking out of my bank where I had just made a hefty deposit and was crossing the street to get into my car, I saw two little girls who were selling candy for some girls’ organization. One of them approached me, saying, “Mister, would you like to buy some candy?” “I probably would,” I said playfully. “What kind of candy do you have?” 7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness PDF Book

Second, receiving, the other part of the formula, is not a problem. You don’t have to work on receiving. It’s automatic. So if receiving isn’t dicult, what’s the problem? It’s failing to ask. The “guy” says, “Yes, but you work where I work, by the time you struggle home it’s late. You’ve got to get a bite to eat, watch a little TV to relax, and then get to bed.

You can’t sit up half the night and ask, ask, ASK.” And this fellow is behind on his bills. He’s a good worker, a hard worker, a sincere worker. But you’ve got to do better than work hard and be sincere all your life, or you’ll wind up broke and embarrassed. You’ve got to be better than a good worker. You’ve got to be a good asker.

“I see it now,” he says. “I got up every day this past year and hit it hard. But nowhere in my house is there a list of the things I ask of life.” How about you … how is your list? Third, receiving is like the ocean — there’s plenty. This is especially true in this country. It’s like an ocean here! Success is not in short supply. It isn’t rationed so that when your turn comes they already gave it all away. 7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness PDF Book Download

No, no! If that’s true, what’s the problem? The problem is that most people go to this ocean of opportunity with a teaspoon. Have you got the picture? A teaspoon! In view of the size of the ocean, may I suggest that you trade in your teaspoon for something bigger? How about a pail? It may not be the best you can do, but at least kids won’t make fun of you … Two more thoughts about asking … First, ask with intelligence.

The Bible may not say, “Ask intelligently.” But I have no doubt that this is what is meant. So don’t mumble. You won’t get anything by mumbling. Be clear … be specic. Asking intelligently includes answering how high, how long, how much, when, what size, what model, what color. Describe what you want. Dene it. Remember, well-dened goals are like magnets.

The better you chisel them, the stronger they pull. Second, ask with faith. Faith is the childlike part. It means believe that you can get what you want. Believe as a child believes. Believe without the skepticism and cynicism of the adult in you. You see, many of us have become too skeptical. We’ve lost that wonderfully innocent, childlike faith and trust. 7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness PDF Book Download

Don’t let this stop you. Believe in and have faith in yourself and your goals. And get excited —just like a child. Childlike enthusiasm — there’s nothing more contagious. Children think they can do anything. They want to know about everything. How wonderful! They hate to go to bed at night and can’t wait to jump out of bed in the morning.

Children can ask a thousand questions. And just when you think you’re ready to climb the wall, they’ll ask a thousand more. They will drive you to the brink. But, of course, their curiosity is really a virtue. When you rekindle your own childlike sense of curious enthusiasm, you will be well on your way to becoming a masterful asker.

The search for knowledge is one of the strategies for wealth and happiness. What a powerful thought, to spend time in a consistent, disciplined, purposeful search for knowledge. But as with everything else that’s worthwhile, there’s a price to pay. And this, unfortunately, stops some dead in their tracks. 7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness PDF Book Download

The search for knowledge involves making an investment. In fact, there are three kinds of investments it will take for you to successfully embark on this journey: First, it will take the expenditure of money. It does take some money to purchase books and cassettes and to attend seminars. That’s why I recommend you set up your own educational fund.

Each month, set aside a portion of your income and invest it in your search for knowledge. Spend the money to cultivate the sleeping giant inside you. The money — that’s a small price. The promise is unlimited potential. More important than money is your next expenditure: time. Time is a major expenditure. I understand that.

It’s one thing to ask a person to spend money, but it’s an entirely dierent thing to ask him for his time. Alas, there are no shortcuts. Until such time that a machine can be hooked up to pour knowledge into the brain, it will take time — precious time. Fortunately, life has a unique way of rewarding high investment with high return. 7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness PDF Book Free

The investment of time you make now may be the catalyst for major accomplishment. Finally, you’ll be making an investment of eort. There is a great deal more eort involved in serious learning than in casual learning. In everything you do, be it self-observation, reading, or observing others, the intensity of your eorts will have a profound eect on the amount of knowledge you gain.

A focused mind is like a mental rie shot that strikes an idea target. And to be that focused takes much concentrated eort. But it is precisely this efort that will open the oodgates to the place where great ideas can work their special magic to bring you closer to wealth and happiness. Money is an emotional topic, and most of us have ambivalent feelings about it.

On one hand we want the security and comfort it can bring; on the other hand we fear nancial success will somehow corrupt our ethics. Certainly, TV and movies do their parts to characterize wealthy people as scheming and evil. When was the last time you saw a program that depicted a rich person as the “good guy?” 7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness PDF Book Free

In religious circles one often hears the Bible misquoted by wellmeaning people. Instead of, “The love of money is the root of all evil,” some people tell us that “Money is the root of all evil.” Obviously, it is the complete quotation of the Bible which is correct. If you make money your love and you pursue auence to the exclusion of or at the expense of other values, you have lost, not won.

However, let us consider this question: If you could do better, should you? Within the time you’ve allocated to gainful work, shouldn’t you try to accomplish the most you can? I believe the greatest satisfactions of life come to those of us who make a habit of doing the best with what we’ve got. In fact, doing less than our best has a way of weighing on our psyche.

We humans seem to be creatures of enterprise. We’re challenged by the seasons. We see the soil and the sun and the rain and the seed and we feel them urging us to harness them. It’s as if life and nature are saying, “Do you have the genius to make something unique of us? We are the raw materials. What splendid things can you create while you are here?” 7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness PDF Book Free

You and I, as creatures of enterprise, shouldn’t be reluctant to go for it — for high productivity, for the full employment of our genius, for the full development of our potential in all areas of our lives — including the area of creating wealth. That is the essence of life. Sophisticated people know that it isn’t the amount that matters; it’s doing all that we can do with our God-given abilities that really counts.

This last thought — doing all that we can with what we have — is the essence of a special book. It’s called, The Richest Man in Babylon, by George Clay son. It’s a small book which can be read in one sitting, but it covers the basics.