If you’re a business leader, then you know that you have to keep yourself motivated, focused, and always improving. Self-improvement is necessary for anyone, even role players that want to keep up with the expectations and demands of their daily jobs.
You, however, are not a role player. You’re a leader, and if your company and those around you are going to get better, then you have to start with yourself. It’s often said in professional sports that if you’re not getting better, then you’re getting worse. That’s even truer in business, which is also competitive and a place where everyone is trying to win.
You probably buy audiobooks and self-improvement materials regularly. You might listen to them when traveling, or even daily, to keep yourself fired up. Every latest fad that comes along probably comes into your life at some point, but have you ever noticed how many of them are just repeating the same things over and over?
While it’s great to be open to new books, ideas, and voices, there are fundamental truths that are just always going to hold true, and the great principles listed by Jim Rohn cover most of them, if not all of them.
If you’re looking for material that can help you focus on yourself and your business that packs truth and punch, it might not be the latest things on the new shelves at Barnes and Noble, as it might be older classics from someone like Jim Rohn. There are many different lectures, talks, or books where he spoke of the great principles of business that you should learn and relearn again and again until your life and company reach the levels of abundance that you’ve dreamed of all your life until now.