I keep going back to this audio it is timeless and there Zig Ziglar although 'just' a salesman he is actually better than most of the professionals ie psychologists and academics who write books and speak. Anyway you can see I really like this audio and have listened to it probably 100x plus.
This is near the top of my list - I have already listened multiple times and plan to continue re-listening to this one.
I am a new fan of Zig Ziglar - each one has been a very good listen and I would recommend adding them to anyone's library.
The entire concept of a goal program was what I needed to hear. Achieving balance - focusing on what is important in different areas of life.
There are a lot of stories that help to motivate, encourage, and inspire - and I felt they achieved all of those. If you are looking for a quick, how do I put together a goals program, this is not the book for you....the goals material is there and in a format that I really appreciated but you have to pay attention to dig it out of the stories.
Zig Ziglar is from a previous generation but everything he talks about it still relevant.
The analogies and stories. They are always a connection point for me.
Yes, and they are all excellent.
Ziglar books are ok, but the audio is where Zig shines. His delivery, his sense of humor, his politeness, and his respect for people really comes across.
I absolutely love Zig. I believe he was the absolute best motivational speaker of our generation and listen to him all the time. The message is timeless, the stories are meaningful and the humor is very good. You don't have to agree with everything Zig stands for, but if you have an open mind he will give you some great tools and inspiration for life. His delivery in the live recordings is dynamic and entertaining and keep my attention over and over.
Not read the print version but without Zigs trademark voice, I cant believe it can match this recording.
Typical trademark Zig (now passed may he rest in peace and thanks for leaving this legacy).
Very solid and surprisingly direct. Zig gets his message across with a number of stories. Setting goals is made practical here with how to make sure you stretch but still achieve.
Ice cream sticks to Zig - who knew?
Take Four. It's about the same Goals Program, Take Four being more concrete and short (much, much shorter), and How to Stay Motivated being an excellent speech about it, with all the motivational pump, success stories, tips, answers and metaphors
I'm sold on setting goals. This speech convinced me that it's absolutely important to have a Goals Program and I have absolutely no reason not to have one