Probably. I'ts not too long or short and has some simple and easy to implement ideas that you can get started on immediately. Plus, Mr. Ziglar's ideas have proven to remain relevant and effective for a number of decades.
I really appreciated the story he told of his daughter's death and their faith in God and how it kept them grounded and focused on focusing on the positive. I hope to never know the death of my child prior to my demise, so I have significant respect for Mr. Ziglar's sharing their story and how they got through it.
While I understand Mr. Ziglar's speaking style was down-to-earth while still being dynamic, the narrator was a tad over the top in his attempt to mimic Mr. Ziglar's style.
"Success is knowing who you are, and Whose you are."
Just didn't do it for me...maybe someone brand new to Zig will enjoy it more.
I'm sad to say, perhaps Zig was just too old for this one.
I'm planning to listen to this every few months again and again to remind myself. The principles in the book not only motivate you, but they are based on truths of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Great book!
I love Zig. I have nothing but respect for the man and what he has accomplished. I could not get past the narration. I wish he would have just read the book and left his impressions at home Get the book instead.
Yes Great Ziglar.
All the great stories.
Did a great Ziglar Voice.
Lots of success nuggets.
Yes, The narration by Andy Andrews inhances the information Zig wants to share with you!
Stuck in the Squat
You cant push a rope!
BTW is awesome! Mr. Ziglar presents concrete evidence that we were born to win and gives step-by-step instructions on how to regain and leverage that birth right!
Mr. Andrews captured the true essence of Mr. Ziglar...
Certainly one of the best success-oriented personal development reads I've experienced.
This book is similar to other Zig Ziglar titles (See You at the Top).
Andy Andrews does a credible imitation of his close friend the author, Zig Ziglar, that comes across as the book is read.
After reading dozens of books like this, Zig Ziglar's book really hits the mark. If you hate the corny stuff, you are too