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The Seasons of Life

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Paperback - The Seasons of Life by Jim Rohn

In this book, Jim show's the parallels between life and the changing seasons. To realize that the seasons will change without fail and what we can do to utilize each seasons to get the greatest rewards. It is basically based on the parable of the sower and the reaper. What to do in one season, to ensure success in another season.

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Unknown Binding, 115 pages
Published January 1st 1981 by Total Impact
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Alain Burrese
“The Seasons Of Life” by Jim Rohn is the iconic business philosopher's first book. It shares lessons of life related to lessons of nature as occur during the seasons. It is a simple book, but the lessons found within these pages are profound. The book is really about living the best life you can live, while enjoying the journey.

I've enjoyed Jim Rohn's CDs and DVD programs for years. His down to earth common sense messages resonate with encouragement and advice on success. This book adds to the
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Shanesa
A small book, but packed with life-changing information to instruct anyone who desires to rise above circumstances and overcome challenges. It's written with the kind of love that is tough and as a result, extremely effective for those who are willing to take heed and act on what was learned.
Mitch Johnsrud
Awesome book!!

Very inspiring and motivating! It's a must read for everyone and it will change your whole life. It puts your life in check!
Masha Dolganova
It's so good that when I finished it, I felt the urge to read it again immediately.
And maybe learn some passages by heart.
Yesenia  (Yesse)
I have always loved reading Jim Rohn quotes. They're positive and encouraging, which is the main reason for why I decided to read one of his books. With that said I was not disappointed. Optimism, positivity and determination fills this short, easy read from beginning to end. Filled with great insights about life & regular situations & how they relate to the four seasons: spring, summer, fall & winter. Highly recommend.
Anand
Jan 23, 2014 Anand added it
A great book to read. Full of inspiration.
Keith Aul
Everyone needs to realize the our mind is exactly like the seasons of life and a garden. You have your spring, summer, fall and winters. Once a seed is planted it must be care for it's entire life. To grow you must nurture the seed(intellectual seeds are included: your conscious mind to your subconscious mind)

A must read for everyone.
Razvan Fecico
It is an amazing book, very easy to read, full of insights and analogies that help you understand life and change it for the better.I highly recommend it!
Tina
A quick, reaffirming read. Lifts your spirits and your faith in yourself. Good for a sad time in life-I will re-read it often.
Christine Lee
An easy book to read with simple thoughts on life. Worth the read for its teachings are simple but rich
Jerry
Timing is everything. Provides a quick re-calibration of your spirit and commitment to self.
Will Jeffries
This book is easy-to-read and quite enjoyable.
Lili Jesus
Jim Rohn is my favorite writer!
Timothy
Great book... short, easy to read, PACKED full of wisdom.
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Emanuel James "Jim" Rohn was an American entrepreneur, author and motivational speaker. His rags to riches story played a large part in his work, which influenced others in the personal development industry.

Rohn was the recipient of the 1985 National Speakers Association CPAE Award for excellence in speaking.
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