Chances are if you’re holding this workbook in your hands, you have already attended one of Jim Rohn’s seminars entitled The Challenge to Succeed, A Philosophy for Successful Living or listened to an audio presentation of that seminar. Perhaps you’ve listened to the program several times.
Undoubtedly, you recognized the wisdom of Mr. Rohn’s philosophy and now want to take additional steps to apply that philosophy in your own life, to achieve your own success. You are one of the few people Mr. Rohn talked about who will take the easy, but necessary, steps to fashion your own life into the success you want it to be. That’s why you enrolled in the Interactive Tele-Class to Further Personal Development for The Challenge to Succeed and why you now hold this workbook in your hands.
The discussions in each of the five tele-class sessions will challenge your thinking, help you to apply Mr. Rohn’s philosophy to your life, and enable you to gather valuable ideas and insights you can use. The exercises in this workbook will take your progress a step further. You will examine your life as it is today, explore your dreams and goals for the future, and determine how you can utilize Mr. Rohn’s philosophy to achieve your goals and live a successful life. You will integrate some of Mr. Rohn’s ideas into your own developing philosophy and set down some concrete actions you intend to take to realize your goals. Later, after you’ve completed this program and this workbook, you can use these pages to measure your progress and see how far you’ve come.
For your convenience, space has been provided within the workbook so that you can take notes during each of the tele-class sessions if you desire. This will enable you to keep all of your materials related to this process together in one place. More importantly, rather than focus on extensive note taking during the sessions, try to be an active participant in the discussions. One of the extra benefits of these sessions is the opportunity for participants to learn from each other by interacting with others who are trying to incorporate the same philosophies and ideas into their own lives.