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How to Become a Millionaire CD by Earl Shoaff (Jim Rohn’s Mentor)
ISBN: B007HLPB86 Category: Audio Books / CD's, Prosperity & Wealth, Prosperity & Wealth CD's Tags: audiobook, cd, change, dreams, education, finances, happiness, millionaire, money, philosophy, wealth, wisdom
By Earl Shoaff
In this audio CD, J. Earl Shoaff, Jim Rohn's personal mentor, gives the presentation that changed Jim's life!
Anyone who ever heard Jim Rohn speak, knows the impact that Earl Shoaff had on his life. Here is the recording of the 1962 presentation by Earl Shoaff that changed Jim's life and provides the secrets to his success.
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Anyone who ever heard Jim Rohn speak, knows the impact that Earl Shoaff had on his life. Here is the recording of the 1962 presentation by Earl Shoaff that changed Jim’s life and provides the secrets to his success.
By the time Jim Rohn reached the age of 25, he was married, had a family and worked as a stock clerk at Sears earning $57 a week take home pay. Finding himself falling behind on his bills, and with nothing in the bank to fall back on, he knew he wanted more out of life but had no idea on how to make it happen.
Then something happened to him that changed his life forever and gave him the answers he was looking for. The same good fortune that happened to Jim all those years ago is about to happen to you!
One of Jim’s friends told him about a man he had gone to work for. This man was very rich and wise. He had an incredible philosophy about life and he was easy to talk to. His friend talked about this man so much that Jim’s curiosity got the better of him and he went to hear what this man had to say.
Jim walked into the room and took a seat. He really didn’t know what to expect, but he kept an open mind and listened intently as the speaker opened his eyes to a world he never knew existed. A world where you could truly be anything you wanted to be and you could have anything you wanted to have!
Jim said of the experience, “To this day, I can’t tell you exactly what he said, I just knew that I would have given anything to be like him.” Then, standing at the back of the room, he got an idea. He thought that, somehow, if he could just get around this man, maybe he could learn the secrets of wealth and happiness.
After the speech was over, now armed with a definite purpose, Jim walked up and introduced himself to his new mentor. His name was John Earl Shoaff. They called him “The Millionaire Maker” and Jim quickly found out that everything his friend had told him about this man was true.
He WAS Rich! He WAS easy to talk to and he DID have an incredible philosophy about life!
Jim’s life changed that night. He went to work for Mr. Shoaff and learned how to make his dreams come true. Within 6 short years, he had gone from making $57 a week, and being behind on his bills, to becoming a millionaire!
Who was Earl Shoaff?
They called him “The Millionaire Maker.” His story and how he overcame the odds may well be the turning point in your life, regardless of your age.
Born on March 21, 1916, with such a weak and fragile heart that his doctors did not expect him to survive. As he grew into childhood, it was during one of his many doctor’s visits that he heard the words that would become the driving force in his life:
“Earl, live each day as though it were your last because in your condition, today may be all you have!”
He was in the ninth grade when the great depression hit. With his family struggling to make ends meet, he decided to leave school and get a job. He found work in a dry cleaners and it was there he stayed until World War II broke out.
He quickly volunteered, but was rejected by the military because of his heart condition. Wanting to do his patriotic duty, he joined the American Field Services overseas. As an ambulance driver and medical corpsman, he was in constant combat duty for over two years.
This caused irreparable damage to his heart, but it rekindled a determination to squeeze every drop out of life and devote his remaining years to helping mankind achieve greater fulfillment.
After the war, he married his childhood sweetheart. A neighbor introduced him to a unique business opportunity and he became a millionaire in less than four years. It was through this unique business that he became a mentor to Jim and thousands of people all over the country.
He subsequently headed several large corporations with unprecedented success. He was intimately acquainted with the outstanding men of industry and government, but never wavered in his drive to awaken men and women of all ages to their true potential.
His life and lifestyle fascinated people. Born with a weak heart, and of modest means, he overcame the odds and became a true-life “rags-to-riches” story that anyone could duplicate.
Earl Shoaff was an “average Joe” who made it big and freely shared with anyone who would listen how they could do it too. He frequently toured the country telling spellbound audiences: “Life never, never withholds anything from anyone. Love, health, wealth, companionship. All these exist in infinite abundance. We alone are the ones that prevent our own good from flowing, simply because we are not aware of nature’s abundance and the tremendous power dormant in each of us. Power, which unfortunately, remains untapped because we don’t know how to release, and set in motion, the activities which function the laws of success.”
He felt one of life’s great tragedies was man’s persistence in clinging so tenaciously to lack and limitation. The true mark of greatness is not just in what a person accomplishes with their own life, but in their ability to help others help themselves, and to realize that they too can become great.
J. Earl Shoaff was one of those incredible people. He had that rare ability of simplifying the laws of success and abundance to where even children understood and successfully applied them.
Therein lies the great value of his simple message, and why it can be the turning point in your life.
Mr. Shoaff used to say, “Be naive enough to believe what I say for just thirty days and you will be on your way to a new life.” That’s why so many called him “The Millionaire Maker.”
What if YOU could travel back in time and go with Jim Rohn to the event that changed his life?
What if YOU could learn how to become a millionaire from John Earl Shoaff himself?
In 1962, at the Essex House in New York City, Mr. Shoaff was the keynote speaker at a large gathering of success minded people from all over the United States and Canada.
This audio CD contains the only known recording of The Millionaire Maker giving the speech that changed the lives of all who heard it! Needless to say, YOU are in for the experience of a lifetime!
John Earl Shoaff (March 21, 1916 - September 6, 1965) was an American entrepreneur and motivational speaker. Shoaff was President and Board Chairman of the Nutri-Bio Corporation, a direct sales organization which sold vitamin, mineral, and protein dietary food supplements.
Shoaff was influential in the early career of Jim Rohn (1930–2009), another American motivational speaker and writer.
Shoaff was born March 21, 1916 in Point Grove, Pennsylvania. Shoaff was born with a heart condition, and was not expected to survive childhood. At age 14 during Great Depression Shoaff left ninth grade to work in a local dry cleaners, working his way up to manager.
During World War II Shoaff was not able to enlist due to his heart, and instead worked overseas as a medical volunteer with the American Field Service. After the war, he was told that this combat duty had caused further heart complications. He married his sweetheart, Flossie, and proceeded to open his own dry cleaning business which he named "Earl's Cleaners" in Michigan.
In 1950, Shoaff and his wife decided to sell the dry cleaning business and move with his parents to Long Beach, California. Shoaff got a job at Desmond's department store pressing suits.
In 1953, the couple's next door neighbor, Marvin Wendt, took them to a success lecture in Long Beach given by J. B. (James Breckenridge) Jones. Jones toured the county giving lectures on how anyone who applied the "laws of success" could be, do and have anything they wanted. Jones had founded a nutritional supplement company called "The AbundaVita Corporation of America." and also wrote a book in the 1950s about his philosophy titled "If You Can Count to Four" (later re-titled "The Success Quadrant"). Shoaff joined AbundaVita, and was eventually promoted to VP of Sales. Shoaff began touring the country giving speeches on Jones' success philosophy and recruiting others into AbundaVita. At one of these seminars Jim Rohn came to hear Shoaff speak, and signed up as a distributor of AbundaVita's product line.
In July, 1957, Shoaff along with Rich Schnackenberg and Harry Ebbert, left Abundavita and started The Nutri-Bio Corporation. The company grew to six million dollars per month in sales with 115,000 distributors in the USA and Canada, and Shoaff became a multi-millionaire.
On September 5, 1965, Earl Shoaff died from complications of pneumonia.