Zig Ziglar’s Born to Win, compresses four decades of life-changing tools and practices into one inspiring, concise, easy-to-use format for people who want to grow and improve the whole spectrum of their lives now!
Zig has always taught that “You were born to win, but to be the winner you were born to be, you must plan to win and prepare to win. Then and only then can you legitimately expect to win.”
Born to Win guides listeners through this plan-prepare-expect strategy. You will learn that when you have the hope that things can change, and a plan to make that change possible, you can take action.
Zig Ziglar’s whole-person, balanced-living approach to life has inspired millions to enjoy good health, a new depth of love and gratitude for family and friends, financial security and independence, and spiritual peace of mind. His instruction on how to live a life that leaves no room for regret or worry is the starting point for a joyful, exciting, vibrant life. It is true that when you have prepared yourself to be the right kind of person, you can do what you need to do to expect success. When you truly understand that you were born to win, you can change the world!
©2012 Made for Success, Inc.; 2012 Ziglar Inc.; 2012 Lightning Crown Publishers, Inc. (P)2012 Made for Success, Inc.
Love the stories but they just don't have the same effect of Zig is not the narrator :(
This book felt personalized. It was like Zig Greatest Hits. A program I have enjoyed repeat listening and will do so in a regularly.
This was the first Zig Ziglar book I listened to. The narration by Andy Andrews and Tom Ziglar was great. I appreciated the occasional impressions. Solid information and uplifting with steps and procedures to achieve the results.
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.
Report Inappropriate Content