Challenge or Paralysis?

Dwayne Pingston is paralyzed from the waist down - but not immobilized anywhere. In 1983, when he was only nineteen years old, he avoided a head-on collision by swerving sharply to his right. In the process he hit the shoulder of the road and was thrown from the car.

Was It An Upset?

I'm going back in time for this story, but it is such a great example, I hope you will indulge me. The score was 17-15 and Northwestern had just beaten Notre Dame to start the 1995 football season. At the time, everyone screamed what a big upset it was, that it was a fluke, an aberration, a can't-happen-but-did type of incident.

You Were Born to Win

You were born to win, but to be a winner, you must plan to win, prepare to win, and expect to win.

The Born to Win philosophy is both “profoundly simple” and “simply profound.” The concept that you have to plan to win and prepare to win before you can expect to win is simple, but simple doesn’t mean it’s necessarily easy, and when you dig a little deeper, you understand just how profound it really is. YOU really are born to win! Find out how you can prepare yourself for success and change your world:

Your Trip to the Top

If you wait until all the lights are green before you leave home, you’ll never get started on your trip to the top.

Taking a risk and putting yourself out there is the first step in your success journey. Risks differ per individual, but often take the form of public speaking. If public speaking is the risk you need to take in order to put your foot in the door, then learn how to become a world-renown keynote speaker:

Show #332: Reprogramming your reality

Welcome to the Ziglar Show, where the goal is simple. To inspire your best, your full, your true…performance. We’re not here for entertainment. We’re here for you and your legacy. We’re here to help you make your life better. I’m your host Kevin Miller and today, Tom Ziglar and I bring you a long awaited show, “Reprograming your reality.

She’s Tough – But Loving

Sister Connie Driscoll is a nun who is working miracles among the drug- and alcohol-addicted homeless in Chicago. Her program keeps 95% of her formerly homeless clients from ever returning to the streets. Her cost is about $7.35 per person per day.

How? She starts with a 7:30 p.m. curfew and a 6:30 a.m. wake-up call.