Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Rohn on the whyness of goals.........

     "Let me share with you an intriguing thought.  The real value in setting goals is not their achievement.  The acquisition of the things you want is strictly secondary.  The major reason for setting goals is to compel you to become the person it takes to achieve them.  Let me explain:
     "What do you think is the greatest value in becoming a millionaire?  Is it the million dollars?  I don't think so.  No, the greatest value is the skills, knowledge, discipline, and leadership qualities you'll develop in reaching that elevated status.  It's the experience you'll acquire in planning and developing strategies.  It's the inner strength you'll develop to have enough courage, commitment, and willpower to attract a million dollars.
     "Give a million dollars to someone who does not possess the attitude of a millionaire and that person will most likely lose it.  But take away all the wealth from a true millionaire and in no time he or she will build a new fortune.  Why?  Because those who earn their millionaire status develop the skills, knowledge, and experience to duplicate the process again and again."
-Jim Rohn,  Seven Strategies for Wealth and Happiness

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