Coach Dieter: You Reap What You Sew

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We've been talking about the book The Five Major Pieces To The Life Puzzle by Jim Rohn. So far we've defined the first three: personal philosophy, attitude and action.

Friday, Dieter, who personally knew Jim Rohn and uses his techniques in his life coaching profession, will tell us about the remaining two pieces.

"You reap what you sow." In other words, prepare for changes. Just like getting ready for a change in season, if you don't plant bulbs in the fall you won't have tulips in the spring. Be ready to grasp opportunities.

The phrase "there's a window of opportunity" is a key phrase.

Get something from the day as opposed to getting through the day. People go through the motions of life and don't pay attention.

How important is it to stay in the moment and why does it matter?

The question is not whether the formula for success will work, but whether the person will work the formula.