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THIS WEEKS THOUGHT - Think & Grow Rich - 22nd April 2007
Reading Time 1 minute and 11 seconds
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Like most of you I subscribe to a fair few email mail shots one of which is Nightingale-Conant's Motivation thought of the day. I normal read them and move on, but this one was different, it held my attention and I could feel my brain beginning to ponder
Here the quote
"Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young." — Henry Ford
It reminded me of a speech I heard from "Jim Rohn" and here my paraphrased version
How many books should you read?
As many as you can fit in to your schedule, because the books you miss wont help.
What if guy missed the book, Think and Grow Rich.
He was a nice guy but he missed the book!
He was very sincere but he missed the book.
He worked hard but he missed the book.
There is no telling what treasures will be missing from your life, if you just miss the book
So I wonder, what knowledge is right in front me which would fundamentally lead me near to my goals.
And I ponder perhaps its worth fitting this into my schedule after all
Till next week.
Regards David G
Jim is reputed to be the best motivational speaker of the current day!