7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness: Power Ideas from by Jim Rohn

By Jim Rohn

You don’t need to choose from wealth and happiness—they spring from an identical fountain of abundance. With this e-book, you’ll observe the seven crucial ideas you wish for fulfillment:

·Unleash the ability of objectives
·Seek wisdom
·Learn the Miracle of private improvement
·Control Your funds
·Master Time
·Surround your self with Winners
·Learn the artwork of dwelling good

Author Jim Rohn’s philosophy has helped thousands switch their lives for the higher. discover what it could do for you!

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I want to go to her house with a police officer. But I don’t. I create a paper trail. I go home and hug my children and pour myself a drink. While that colleague offered me solid guidance, support, and solace, asking advice from a fellow teacher can be dubious. I’m not quite sure if the advice provided is trustworthy or, if it is, if it’s right for me. Teachers tend to maintain a singular vision. They gravitate to one issue, one classroom, and see through that one lens. But all the staff members in my school have been generous and ready to dole out their best recommendations.

In time, as I appear in her room every week, not only to be the observer but to work with her and to participate with the children, I hope she’ll feel easier about my presence. Each time I visit her classroom it will be with a focus on questions we’ve decided on together. I intend for us to meet after each observation to review what has happened, to discuss how the problems we’ve posed have been handled. These will be meetings of sharing, not telling. I’ll reiterate the purposes of the observation, probe with further questions, offer suggestions, summarize our findings, and, as I do, affirm my belief in Maureen’s ability and intelligence.

I jot notes in my planner, the date of the conversation and a summary of what is said. I am nervous. The mother tells me not to worry; it’s nothing. I hesitate. She says she’ll remove it. I don’t believe her, but I accept what she says and hang up. I want more reassurance. I want to go to her house with a police officer. But I don’t. I create a paper trail. I go home and hug my children and pour myself a drink. While that colleague offered me solid guidance, support, and solace, asking advice from a fellow teacher can be dubious.

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