Posts Tagged 'Jim Rohn'

Cryptoquote Spoiler – 11/02/18

If you really want to do something, you’ll find a way.  If you don’t, you’ll find an excuse.”   —   Jim Rohn

(Whenever I hear/see this name I think of the sports show guy, Jim Rome.  He’s still on the radio, and maybe occasionally TV, but he’ll always be remembered for instigating a fight with NFL quarterback Jim Everett, by repeatedly calling him “Chris”.  It was childish, but it brought him the notoriety that he was seeking.  Some people said it was staged, and I suppose it could have been.  Of course this has absolutely nothing to do with today’s quote, but some days are just like this.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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Cryptoquote Spoiler – 09/04/12

Happiness mind-map

Happiness mind-map (Photo credit: EEPaul)

Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present.”   —   Jim Rohn

ROBERT BURNS

ROBERT BURNS (Photo credit: summonedbyfells)

(I am definitely for not postponing happiness for the future.  The future is so unknowable and unpredictable, as to make it ludicrous to not allow yourself to be happy, in the here and now.  Like they say: you could step off a curb and be hit by a bus, or an oncoming car could come flying over the guardrail and cream you in the blink of an eye!  I could even keel over, here at the keyboard, from a massive coronary.  Fortunately, for you guys, there’s no history of heart problems in my family.  But, you get the picture.  In “To a Mouse, on Turning Her Up in Her Nest with the Plough” Robbie Burns famously says:  “But little Mouse, you are not alone, in proving foresight may be vain:  The best laid schemes of mice and men go often awry, and leave us nothing but grief and pain, for promised joy!”   But, but, but!  I don’t think you can actually design for the present!  In my mind you don’t design, or plan, for the present.  That is, again, for the future!  You just have to allow for happiness in this time.  This isn’t an ant vs. a grasshopper thing.  This is more about attitude, my friends.  Be well and do good.)   —   YUR

ROME BURNING

ROME BURNING (Photo credit: ONE/MILLION)

PS.  Am I the only who thinks of the sports radio/TV host, first, when you see/hear the name?  That guy is Jim Rome.  And, apparently, he’s best known for calling retired quarterback Jim Everett, Chris.  As in the retired female tennis player, Chris Everett.  I always thought that was pretty lame.  But, more recently, he asked NBA Commissioner, David Stern, if the NBA lottery was fixed.  In this instance, he was more the professional, and behaved as – what I always thought – a reporter should.  He asked a hard and serious question.  Too many of today’s “reporters” ask only the polite, candy-coated, softball questions.  Furthermore, they allow the respondents to dance all around, and not even come close to answering the question.  And, God forbid they should confront the respondent, by telling them they didn’t answer the question.  Stern could have cajoled and laughed the whole thing off, while still answering the question.  But, he chose the ‘How DARE you!’ route, and allowed himself to be vindictive, immature and unprofessional.  Definitely not his finest moment!  I think we sorely need more reporters like Mike Wallace – RIP – and Jim Rome, and less of the fawning sycophants who tow the line for the corporate media giants.  No questions should be considered sacrilegious.  I, for one, would love to have seen Jim Rome interview MLB Commissioner, Bud Selig!  Then, maybe, I might have heard someone ask Bud about the conflict of interest of a team owner – the Milwaukee Brewers – being the Commissioner of Baseball.  The commissioner is supposed to be impartial, and independent of the concerns of the owners.  I know, technically, he was no longer the owner, after a long while of wearing both hats, but he turned the team over to his daughter!  Yes, his daughter!  And, after more than a few years of that utter nonsense, the team was finally sold to Mark Attanasio, and a group of investors who were part of Bud Selig’s previous ownership group!  This is like a quasi-legitimate, high-stakes game of Three-card Monte!  If anyone wants to know what is wrong with America, all they have to do is take a long hard look at it’s national pastime.  I love baseball, but I hate pretense and dishonesty.  Almost as much as I hate injustice, ignorance and intolerance.  Hey, Jim Rome!  Do you really want to make a name for yourself?  Score an interview with Bud Selig!  And, ask the 98 MPH fastball questions that should have been asked a long, long time ago.      YUR

Cryptoquote Spoiler – 08/18/12

The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder -...

The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder – Vincent Bugliosi (Photo credit: ~C4Chaos)

Affirmation without discipline is the beginning of delusion.”   —   Jim Rohn

Robert Redford 2

Robert Redford 2 (Photo credit: Public Citizen)

(I thought this one was moderately challenging.  Personal discipline, in this day and age especially, is much harder than most imagine.  For far too many it has to be a matter of necessity, and even then it takes a very conscious effort.  I just can’t stick to my diet when I’m buying bagels for the rest of the house.  Be well, do good . . . and stick with it, friends!)   —   YUR

English: Dennis Leary and wife at the 2010 Tri...

English: Dennis Leary and wife at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

PS.  Happy 78th Birthday to Vincent Bugliosi!   And Happy 76th to Robert Redford, and Happy 55th to Denis Leary  —   YUR

Cryptoquote Spoiler – 06/09/11

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Either you run the day or the day runs you.”   —   Jim Rohn

(Unfortunately, the day usually runs me . . . ragged.)   —   YUR

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Cryptoquote Spoiler – 06/02/10

Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.”   — Jim Rohn

(That’s not how Lady Heather explained it to me.)   — YUR

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Cryptoquote Spoiler – 04/03/10

You don’t get paid for the hour.  You get paid for the value you bring to the hour.”   — Jim Rohn


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