The Ziglar Show strikes at the core of personal development - Inspiration and Motivation. This is what fuels the pursuit of success in all areas of your life, and why todays top inspirational leaders (Dave Ramsey, Seth Godin, John Lee Dumas, Michael Hyatt and so many more) cite Zig Ziglar as the Grandfather of inspiration who played a foundational part in their work and lives. Hosts Kevin Miller and Tom Ziglar take the most powerful messages from Zig Ziglar and today's top world changers and break them down to the nitty gritty so we can all understand, digest and take real steps forward in our lives, loves, vocations and legacies. Zig Ziglar has reached and influenced over 250 million people through his best selling books, legendary presentations and timeless messages. He is one of the most quoted leaders of all time. Join us as we Inspire our True Performance together.
October 6th, 2016
Episode 464 of 514 episodes
In show 424 we heard from Zig Ziglar and discussed the health of responding vs reacting. I invited questions. We got some on that topic, but it also just generated a bunch of great questions on the real life issues we cover here on The Ziglar Show regarding, “How do I really…inspire my true performance? Me, in my life?” So from personal development to some business development, we cover some big issues. One I want to pull out really questioned the issue of “positive thinking” and always being optimistic. Is it just being stoic and unemotional and…an unrealistic robot or Pollyanna persona? Then folks, near the end of the show we get into the issue of work you love, working at your passions. That’s where the excerpt from the top of the show came from and I think it will shed light on the topic that will be very reassuring and freeing for most of you. Thanks to ZipRecruiter and Braintree for sponsoring this episode of The Ziglar Show
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