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The R2A2 Formula for Success: Napoleon Hill

Introduction Have you ever thought, “If I could get some extra time from my job or some extra money to catch my goals, my life will be more comfortable”? Getting spare time or getting some extra money will not make your life comfortable as no single stroke of luck can change our mindset which is holding us back. Walt Disney never spent time imagining such breaks but he started his work in the Rat-infested backyard of a church and ultimately achieved success due to his cultivated habits. Those habits helped him to focus on what matters the most in his industry to set him apart. The R2A2 principle was mentioned by Napoleon hill in his world-famous book “Think and Grow Rich”. The R2A2 principle was actually formulated by W. Clement Stone who was also a business partner of Napoleon Hill and a founder of Combined Insurance. This formula gives us the actionable points to implement the philosophy of “Think and Grow Rich” and become a true goal achiever. After learning this principle, we can a

7 Keys to Law of Sowing and Reaping by Jim Rohn

7 KEYS TO LAW OF SOWING AND REAPING BY JIM ROHN

Introduction

The most famously known and commonly used principle of the world is what you sow is what you reap that governs what you will receive from life. It’s the basic law of the universe that can’t be changed. You need to understand that whatever you are reaping right now in your life is what you’ve sown earlier. These are the results of your own past deeds. You just need to keep sowing good seeds. If you keep sharing a good idea for a long time, it will definitely fall on good people who might help in achieving your dreams. Jim Rohn gave 7 keys to Law of Sowing and Reaping.

7 Keys to Law of Sowing and Reaping

1. The Law is Negative: This is the first key of the 7 keys to Law of Sowing and Reaping given by Jim Rohn. It suggests that, if you sow bad seeds or do bad deeds in life, you’ll reap bad and undesirable results. It’s also said that ‘What goes around, comes around.’
2. The Law is Positive: The second key of the 7 keys to Law of Sowing and Reaping is that the law is positive. Just like the first key, this key says that if you sow good seeds or do good deeds in life, you’ll reap good and desirable results. 
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3. Innumerable Ways: This is the third key of the 7 keys to Law of Sowing and Reaping given by Jim Rohn. It suggests that there are various ways of sowing and reaping. Different ways of investing include Shares, Stocks, Bonds, and Businesses.
4. You reap more than you sow: The fourth key of the 7 keys to Laws of Sowing and Reaping is that you reap more than you sow. It means that you get greater results from whatever you do in life and not just as much as you sow.
5. Anyone can sow: There is no limit to who can sow or who can’t. Anyone can sow, be it an adult or child, male or female, and still reap. What really matters is the seed and nothing else. This is the fifth key of the 7 keys to Law of Sowing and Reaping given by Jim Rohn.
6. Sometimes you lose: The sixth key of the 7 keys to Law of Sowing and Reaping is that sometimes you lose what you sow. It might happen due to different reasons including natural disasters or other factors that are not in your control. You should just let it go as it’s not your fault and move on.
Whatever you reap is what you sow..!!
7. If you don’t sow you don’t stand any chance of reaping: This is the seventh key of the 7 keys to Law of Sowing and Reaping given by Jim Rohn. It suggests that if you don’t sow anything, you will get nothing to reap at all. If you keep on sowing and you will definitely reach your goal sooner or later.

Conclusion

The 7 keys to Law of Sowing and Reaping mentioned above can be used to yield better results in our lives. Jim Rohn suggests that we just need to first carefully select what we want to sow in our lives, then nurture those seeds till the right time to harvest comes. We won’t be able to reap the benefits of harvest if we pull up the seeds too early. Most people give up on their dreams just before the harvest period. Sometimes as the analogy goes, even despite all our good work on the crop, it might still fail. Just must not get upset, instead, dust yourself off and have another go.

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