Sounds like a headline that will get shot down, doesn’t it? Guest Bob Burg, bestselling author of The Go-Giver, talks us through this controversial statement and issue and helps us understand the subtle difference between being a go-getter and a Go-Giver.
If you feel overwhelmed by TOO MUCH INFORMATION, you are not alone. With 24-hour news channels, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, e-mail, etc., we are constantly being bombarded with information. In order to keep from feeling overpowered you can take control of the flow of information you receive.
Today I bring you show number 348 and the title is “How have you been programmed?”, and it comes from a talk Zig gave regarding the power of words. His take on it will give you pause, and as you’ll hear me get into…fear and conviction. And inspire the fire out of you.
A past issue of Psychology Today detailed a study of 1,139 CEOs of the Fortune 2,000 companies. Their average income was $356,000, which is not surprising. However, one thing that will surprise many people is to learn that these high achievers' number one priority was their family and their number one asset was their integrity.
How to Stay Motivated – Volumes I, II, and III (CD) with the Performance Planner
It’s Zig Ziglar’s all-time best-selling program on Attitude, Motivation, Goal Setting, Self-Image, Character, and Personal Development.
See You At The Top – 25th Anniversary Edition (Book)
It’s the 25th Anniversary Edition, and stresses the importance of honesty, loyalty, faith, integrity, and strong personal character.
Zig Ziglar’s Little Book of Big Quotes (Book)
From one of the most quoted leaders of the century.
In 1974 Digger Phelps, the Notre Dame basketball coach, was preparing his team to meet the perennial national champion UCLA Bruins in a basketball game. UCLA was the overwhelming favorite. The gamblers had "taken the game off the boards," because everyone knew Notre Dame did not have a chance.
Folks, today I bring you show number 347 and the title is “Is there Godly aspiration and ambition?” And we have a special guest. A guest who I’m intimidated by. Why? Because my dad, Dan Miller of “48 Days To The Work You Love Fame,” says this guy is, and I quote, “The best interviewer I’ve ever seen.
Most parents experience the joy of watching their children turn over, then crawl, then stand up and then take those first steps. With outstretched arms they stand two or three steps away and encourage the little one to come to them. Chances are about three trillion to one that when the baby falls down the parent is not going to say, "O.k., you had your chance - you blew it! So don't you ever try to walk again!" That's absurd, but isn't it equally absurd to think we can accomplish major things in our lives without experiencing some reversals of some kind? We all need to remember that failure is an event, not a person, that success is a process and not just an instant happening.
Folks, there is no one on the planet who is immune to needing this message. It’s impossible. We are all victims of our own narrow views of ourselves and limitations. Some have drastic limitations, some have mild, albeit subversive, erosions that handicap their efforts.
Hope is the power that gives a person the confidence to step out and try.
Develop your confidence by planning, preparing and expecting to win:
Today's show features one of Zig’s most famous stories of getting cooked in the squat.
We’re going to listen to 11 minutes of Zig today, and as I mentioned, it includes his renowned story of being cooked in the squat. Which to clarify…he’s referring to baking biscuits.
You were designed for accomplishment, engineered for success, and endowed with the seeds of greatness.
Discover what Zig has to say about success: