“Love is a treasure for which we can never pay. The only way we keep it is to give it away.”

Jim Stovall

“Happiness is often elusive and fleeting. There are three elements that, when combined, always result in happiness. Like a three-legged stool, they work in tandem. Any two of the three”

Jim Stovall

“Tournament. For months, every team in the country has a goal of making it to the tournament. Then, at the end of the season, 64 teams are selected from various parts of the country. As the tournament progresses, teams are eliminated one-by-one until, at the end of the season, the team remaining is named the national champion. Among all of the participants who began at the beginning of the season, and among all the top 64 who actually made the tournament, only one team comes out on top. If this is our only goal, the majority of us are doomed”

Jim Stovall

“You will hear your heartbeat again when your life is in rhythm, and there is no doubt that you’re doing what you were made to do. That’s your heartbeat; that’s when you’re truly alive and not just existing”

Jim Stovall

“If we are not allowed to deal with small problems, we will be destroyed by slightly larger ones. When we come to understand this, we live our lives not avoiding problems, but welcoming them them as challenges that will strengthen us so that we can be victorious in the future.”

Jim Stovall

“A journey may be long or short, but it must start at the very spot one finds oneself.”

Jim Stovall

“Pursue your dreams as if you will live forever, and consider your legacy as if this will be your final day.”

Jim Stovall

“by literally millions whether in newspapers, magazines or today’s popular social media such as emails and Facebook. Through the generosity of Jim who is contributing his many years of work to be published in a book by the non-profit Napoleon” 

Jim Stovall

“I finally know that joy does not come from avoiding a problem or having someone else deal with it for you. Joy comes from overcoming a problem or simply learning to live with it while being joyful.”

Jim Stovall

“There is absolutely nothing that can replace money in the things that money does, but regarding the rest of the things in the world, money is absolutely useless.”

Jim Stovall

“applying the message. A tremendous place to start is with any of Jim Stovall’s twenty books. Then apply the wisdom that Stovall shares as you read his books or articles. Should you have any question as to the author’s qualifications to impart wisdom, perhaps a little of his background will shed some light on the matter. Proverbs 27:19 tell us, “we become like those with whom we associate: a mirror reflects a man’s face, but what he is really like is shown by the kind of friends he chooses.” Jim Stovall chose wisely, being mentored by Lee Braxton an associate of Napoleon Hill. It was Lee Braxton”

Jim Stovall

“gentlemen have leant their talent, time, and energy to this project. Please note that the columns appear here just as they were printed in publications around the world. Some of them are more than a decade old at this writing, but the wisdom is eternal, and the context creates points”

Jim Stovall

“The only way you can truly get more out of life for yourself is to give part of yourself away.”

Jim Stovall

“it is more important how you change the lives of those whom you touch every day than whether or not you change the world.”

Jim Stovall

“Any discussion of money and success would be lacking if I did not state that money is neither good nor bad. In the hands of good people, money can build places of healing, worship, and learning. In the hands of bad people, money can create destruction, disease, and death.”

Jim Stovall


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