The Five Major Pieces to the Life Puzzle

The Five Major Pieces to the Life Puzzle
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Author
Jim Rohn
Title
The Five Major Pieces to the Life Puzzle
Tag line
To have more we must first become more
Creator of Mindmap
Zygman
Conclusion
Fundamentals of Success
What we know
How we feel
What we do
The Human Comfort Zone
Small errors in judgment,
repeated everyday
The Two-Minute Warning
Brings more
Intensity
Cleverness
Expended Energy
Action
Value each day and every
moment of our life
Don't wait for "Two-Minute
Warning"
Learn To See A Picture
Of Future in Advance
if not you'll be drowned
in the River of Time
Discipline Yourself
Strengthening and Broadening
your Philosophy
Developing a Better Attitude
Engaging in more intense and consistent
Activity
Studying Your Results
Living Life More Fully
Investing all of your Experience
in your better Future
Lifestyle
Lifestyle is Reflection of
Attitude
Values
Who And What We Are
Where we go
What we do
How we feel
once we are there
Lifestyle Is Not
Amount
Doing the small, but special things
in an extraordinary way
Automatic Reward
It is a way of
making our hard effort more rewarding
more meaningful
and
ultimately more productive
Lifestyle means designing
ways to live uniquely
Lifestyle is a skill to be mastered,
not condition to be pursued
Lifestyle Must Be
Studied
Wealth
Happiness
is
Art
not
Accident
Practiced
Learn to be
Happy Whit What You Have
while
You Strive For What You Want
Where Ever You Are
BE There
Master the art of being
Letting Life Touch Us
Experience Life
let it touch you
let emotions in
Be Happy
by thinking
by feeling
by acting
Happy
Be Wealthy
by thinking
by feeling
by acting
Wealthy
Results
How to Measure Our Results
Looking at what we have
Personal Possession
Homes
Cars
Bank account
Investments
other assets
reflects
Values
Use Your Time
To Plan
To Labour
To Measure
To Invest
To Share
To Refine
Looking at what we have become
What sort of people have we attracted
Are we well respected by others?
Do we honour our beliefs?
Do we try to see someone
else point of view?
Do we express our sincere appreciation
to our family
Spouse
Friends
Are we happy with who and what
we have become?
For things to change, we must
change
We Attract by What We Become
Everything we have in life
is a result of who we are
Success Must be Attracted, Not Pursued
Personal values is the magnet that attracts all good things
into our lives
The greater our value, the
greater our reward
Ways of Increasing Value
Self-Control
Practise of Discipline
Patience
Planning
Intense of Effort
Investment of Results
Well-Balanced Attitude
Consistent Activity
The Gathering of Knowledge
Frequent Reading
Personal Philosophy
Giving Careful Attention to
Our Philosophy
Attitude
Activity
The Value of New Skills
Life and labour get easier when knowledge is combined with new
skills
Skills is the refinement of our current abilities added to the
acquisition of new talents
The Two Choices We Face
To be less then we have
to earn less
to have less
to read less
to think less
to try ess
To become all that
we can be
to read every book that we can
to give and share
to earn as much we can
to strive and produce
and accomplish
Activity
Harnessing The Vision of Future
Dreams has to be converted to energy
Push ourselves in the present to experience the milder pain of discipline
Pain of discipline weights only ounces while the pain of regret weights tons
Activity is the Application of
All that we know
All that we feel
combined with
Our desire to
Have more than we have
Become more than we are
Enterprise is Better Than Ease
Doing less than we should, is also
being less than we could
Choosing action over ease, or labour
over rest, develops
Self-Worth
Self-Respect
Self-Confidence
The Ratio of Activity to Rest
Don't rest to long, because
weed will take over your garden
Make a rest necessity, not an objective
Danger of Short-Cut to Success
Rules About Affirmation
Rule #1
We should never allow a affirmation
to replace actions
Feeling better is not a substitute
for doing better
Rule #2
Whatever we affirm must be the
truth
Change Begins With Choice
We created our circumstances by our past
choices
We have the ability and the responsibility to make better choices
every day
The Need of Intelligent Activity
To produce desired results, we must put intelligence and intensity
into our activity
Activity must be deliberately planned, carefully refined
and consistently executed
Activity Must Be Planned
Use today to plan tomorrow
Listen to the small voice within
us
Creative Visualisation
A Good Plan Is A Simple
Plan
Activity Must Be Disciplined
Attitude
The Past
use it as a school, not as a weapon
Miracles of our future lies in the past
past lessons
past errors
past success
The Present
Make every day a opportunity
begin a process of change
Use past experience to create exciting future
The Future
Mind has the capacity to imagine and
also has the ability to create
Designing Better Future
Our dreams inspire us to THINK and ACT and FEEL and BECOME
exactly the kind of person we must be to realize our dreams
Past experience and future excitement becomes today's servant
Pulled by the future, guided by the past
Future Has Its Price Tags
Price Tags of Progress
Discipline
Labour
Consistency
Burning Desire
to make the future better then
either the past or the present
We Cannot Succeed By Ourselves
We need each other's
INSPIRATION and COOPERATION
The ATTITUDE of other people AFFECT each of us and the
attitude of each of us has the capacity to affect all of us.
WE become a POWERFUL FORCE when each of us
understands how powerful all of us are and when all of
us understand how valuable each of us is
Association
Avoid negative association
Friends that influence us
Limited association
80/20 Principle
Reasons come first and answers come second
Expanded Association
Finding people who have value, and
spending more time with them
Attitude is Everything
Attitude
Determines our level of potential
Produces the intensity of our activity
Predicts the quality of the result
Philosophy
Personal Philosophy
How it is Formed?
From what we know
The process of how we came to know
Value System
PA is a Set of Sails
When the winds change, we must change
How we
Think
Respond
Developing Powerful Personal Philosophy
Learning From
New information
The Importance of New Information
Getting success and happiness information
Getting it accurately
Personal Experience
Review of past experience
Outside Voice
Coaching
Opinions of Others
Other People's Experience
with Failure
An example to be followed
To learn what to do
An example to be avoided
To learn what not to do
Other People's Success
Study people who do well
Gather
Ideas
Information
Study
Language
Habits
Manner of Dress
Disciplines
The Power of Positive Influence
People we admire
People that inspires us
Become A Good Observer
What is going on in our industry?
What challenges are facing our government?
Our community?
Our neighbourhood
What are the new breakthrough...?
New opportunities?
New tools and new techniques?
Who are the new personalities that are
influencing world and local community?
Barack Obama
Steve Jobs
Richard Branson
Jack Welsh
Become a Good Listener
Develop a skill of selective listening
Keep a Personal Journal
To capture present moments
for future review
Capture emotions for future
re-experience
Writing helps us
to think more objectively
develop effective communication skills
Writing about
Accomplishments
Failures
Record our progress
The Decision-Making Process
Thinking Process
What we THINK
Determents what we BELIEVE
Influence what we CHOOSE
Defines what we ARE
Attracts what we HAVE
Formula For Failure
Failure is a result of
accumulation of poor thinking
poor choices
Formula For Success
Few simple disciplines practised every day
Changing daily errors to daily disciplines
Repairs our thinking
Disciplines tends to multiply
Looking for errors to convert it
to discipline
The Danger of Neglect
The things that are easy to
do, is also easy not to do
Failure is a function of Neglect
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