Bauer’s The Best of Jim Rohn is a noble attempt to summarize the teachings of one of America’s most admired self-improvement coaches but it falls flat. It’s short and contains a ton of grammatical errors. Plus, a majority of the best highlights were Jim Rohn’s quotes rather than the author’s content.
“The way that each of us thinks makes the major difference in where each of us arrives.” – Jim Rohn
“One way to learn to do something right is to do something wrong.” – Jim Rohn
“It is worth whatever time we must take and whatever we must invest to make a study of people who do well.” – Jim Rohn
“Failure is nothing more than a few errors in judgment repeated everyday.” – Jim Rohn
“We all say that we want to succeed, but sooner or later our level of activity must equal our level of intent.” – Jim Rohn
“Personal value is the magnet that attracts all good things into our live.” – Jim Rohn