World renowned author and speaker Zig Ziglar teaches timeless principles of leadership that can help you become a strong leader in any vocation. Not only that, he helps listeners develop a deeper understanding of success by understanding principles of achieving success in life and business. His advice includes a nine-step program that details how to develop a winning attitude to help you achieve optimal success.
A positive attitude is key to becoming a good leader and learning how to build people up in order to keep your business growing. Develop a positive outlook on failure, and understand why it is an event and not a person. The manner in which you treat people will pay rich dividends. Everyone is born with qualities to achieve success. Let the most sought-after motivational speaker in the world help you develop your success while you lead.
This nine-part audio program includes hours of inspiration, leadership training and motivation:
Audio 1: Developing and Maintaining the Right Attitude by Zig Ziglar
Audio 2: Building Winning Relationships by Zig Ziglar
Audio 3: Building a Healthy Self Image by Zig Ziglar
Audio 4: A Conversation on Character - Leadership Success Traits of Attitude, Passion, and Optimism by Zig Ziglar and a highly successful CEO
Audio 5: Leading for Success in the 21st Century - Leveraging the Latest Communications Technology by Tom Ziglar, Zig's son and CEO of Ziglar Training
Audios 6-9: Leadership Fundamentals, a new release by Zig Ziglar
By listening to this 7.5-hour audio program, you will learn the nine steps to developing a winning attitude and understand how positive thinking helps you overcome negative thinking. Since everyone is born with leadership qualities, you will learn exactly how to develop these success qualities in your career and life.
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I love hearing Zig tell inspiring stories. I am a coach so there are even some that I like to remember and tell my players.
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No, I liked listening to it periodically when I had the time.
I tried so hard to like this, I really did. Too many people have said nice things about Zig Ziglar for me to have not been tempted to try one of his books. I opted for this audiobook.
Where do I begin? He has a heavy 'southern priest' style of talking that's somewhat condescending and very old fashioned. I found it difficult to keep focused, and this wasn't helped by his frequent attempts at humor with his audience. Bad, bad grandfather humor. This all intertwined with inappropriate religious references and shamelessly feeding on the crowd for affirmation of the points he's making.
Despite the material originating from pre-Internet days, I'm sure he has lots of good things to say but I simply cannot bring myself beyond his old world delivery and style.
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