Through The Jim Rohn Legacy Series, Chris Widener imparts wisdom and knowledge gained through the seven years he was personally mentored by Rohn. Chris shares his insight on what made Jim Rohn tick and provides an intimate look at the ideas that shaped the career of this motivational legend. This audio program will give you a rare glimpse into the greatness of the man who was hailed as America's number one business philosopher.
This series includes Chris Widener's audio recordings on how Jim Rohn personally mentored Chris, along with the historic last recorded interview Rohn ever made:
Seven Years with Jim John: Mentored by a Master
Jim Rohn's three Philosophies for Network Marketing Success
Jim Rohn's eight Best Success Lessons
The Last Interview with Jim Rohn
Never before has a set of Rohn's best ideas been distilled into such a concise collection, like a 2.5-hour spa for the mind. Told by a master storyteller, these ideas will come alive as you seek to apply these success principles to your life. Discover how to significantly improve your business, the top eight principles that will act as a road map in your quest to achieve greatness, and three network marketing philosophies that million-dollar earners use every day.
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Low Value and very over priced!!!
Maybe, I don't mind Chris Widener, though I'm not sure what value he brings to the table.
This audible book is terrible value for money! The RRP is over £22, which is TOTALLY crazy for only 2.5-hour of content.I wasn't really sure what to expect from this book but, the sample clip sounded good and I'm a massive fan of Jim Rohn so I got it based on that. This book is basically the Narrator re-quoting some of Jim Rohn's saying and talking about them, which is ok and mildly interesting, however, there is nothing new here for someone that has listened to Jim Rohn before or read his books. I used my Audible credit to purchase this, so I'm not too fussed, however, I would be very disappointed if I paid the RRP of £22. Don't get me wrong, it's not a bad audio book, it's just very overpriced for the amount of content if provides – The audio book should be priced a £5 max!