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You are not stuck

You are not stuck

Are you unhappy with where you are in life?

Do you feel stuck?

Are you dissatisfied with who you are?

Don’t worry! You are not stuck with who you are and where you are!

If Zig Can

If Zig Can

Have you ever heard the statement, “If I can do it, so can you”?

It gives you hope, doesn’t it? But it’s not the complete story.

It should say, “If I can do it, so can you, IF you do what I did.”

Dad was raised in Yazoo City, Mississippi.

The C Word

The C Word

Commitment. Yep, that is the C word I am talking about.

“Most people who fail in their dreams fail not from a lack of ability but from lack of commitment.” Zig Ziglar

What dream do you really want to achieve?

Here is the good news – chances are really good you have the ability to make your dreams come true.

Patience and Kindness

Patience and Kindness

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published by Lawrence L. Fargher and written by Jim Gillon.

"It was cold and blustery, as it had been for a month now. The weather had been good for our business in the grocery store, but some of the customers were getting on our nerves.

Show # 450: Master productivity, discipline and focus – John Lee Dumas

Show # 450: Master productivity, discipline and focus – John Lee Dumas

John Lee Dumas set the podcast world on fire with his show, Entrepreneur on Fire, and his business success. Last year we discussed his “Freedom Journal” on goal setting and achieving. Now he has come out with a product, really as a result of requests from his audiences who ask the question, “Hey, to achieve my goals, how can I be more productive, more disciplined, and have more focus?” These are strengths of John’s, so he didn’t just write a book, he crafted a journal to help you work through achieving success in these three areas: Productivity, Discipline, Focus. This was an intriguing, valuable, and truly fun show. Thanks to Constant Contact, Blue Apron, and Princess Cruise Lines for supporting this episode.

Mystery Solved

Mystery Solved

Ninety-five percent of the people who hear, understand, and agree with a principle do not have the ability to apply it to their lives because they do not have the necessary resources. Stanford Study

The Habit of Habit and the Goal of Goals

The Habit of Habit and the Goal of Goals

When it comes to goal setting and creating good habits, I constantly get these questions:
How do I start? What is the best FIRST thing I can do? How do I stay consistent? How do I stay disciplined? Goal setting seems hard, how can I make it easy?

High expectations

High expectations

Do you have high expectations that often end in disappointment?

High expectations for business success or career advancement?

High expectations for how well your children will do in school or in relationships?

High expectations for the goals you want to accomplish?

We are all familiar with the idea of lowering our expectations so that we are not disappointed.

Show # 449: Inspired but alone

Show # 449: Inspired but alone

Tom Ziglar and Kevin Miller answer real questions from podcast listeners. We have some tactical questions and some deep, personal development questions today. Chances are 100% you’ll hear something that resonates, inspires, and equips you! Thanks to ZipRecruiter and Princess Cruise Lines for their support of this episode.

The most important election

The most important election

We are going through the most important election in our lifetime.
I believe that for me, and for you, it will determine everything.

Your future
Your family
Your faith
Your opportunity
Your happiness

How is your vision?

How is your vision?

“The way you see life will largely determine what you get out of it.”
— Zig Ziglar

How do you see:

Yourself?
Your career or business?
Your family?
Your relationships?
Your faith?
Your finances?

Work for Life

Work for Life

It has been accurately stated that work gives us more than a living – it provides us a life. Unfortunately, a lot of people quit looking for work as soon as they find a job! When asked how many people worked for him, one employer responded, “About half of them.” Unfortunately, there’s truth to those two little quips.