Zig Ziglar How to Stay Motivated Developing the

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  1. Truly a great and wise man. I love listening to him speak while I drive

  2. Zig is my hero, still is. I bought a few sets of tapes back when he spoke in Dallas. I am so glad finding this on YouTube. To me, Zig is the best. Thank you very much. 👍

  3. Why would anyone dislike this. He’s literally all humor, inspiration, and gratitude.

  4. Great words from a great mind. Now i understand why Les Brown listens to him, as a christian i find these principles to be God directed as they are found all over the bible, but we sometimes need a different set of eyes to see them Thank you.

  5. I was saddened when I found out my friend had fallen down the stairs, he never was the same after that. Zig is the onl and only! The best story teller!

  6. I’m late to the party but at least I arrived. I have never listened to him before, until a few days ago. I spent months listening to Eckhart Tolle, then Wayne Dyer, Les Brown, Tony Robbins, Napoleon Hill, and now Zig ZIglar. I have had quite an epic last 14 months of transforming my life at the age of 47. In the past month I have written a book, a few months ago I directed my first movie, before that, this fall, I worked with an Oscar Winning Actor whom gave me a 100 hour master class on acting, I am consulting a company today on how to grow and helping them write their mission statement based upon positive philosophy. Before the last 14 months? There is no question that each and every one of us is built for success…some of us just dont know how yet! My mission is to now help others wake up through the work I do.

  7. Because all the things you’ve mentioned are all allergens to miserably negative people who don’t want to put in the work.

  8. Very cool. Change your philosophy and your life will change or as Wayne Dyer says “change the way you look at things and what you look at will change”


  10. 🙏 thank you for posting this. Zig is my most favorite personal development speaker of all time. He has changed and will change my life in ways even I can’t imagine. This is the longest continuous video/audio I can find from Zig. Love it!!

  11. I’m sure there are multiple reasons, but I’d wager that the majority of dislikes come from people with one thing in common. They identify as victims and accept no responsibility for their own failures in life.

  12. Me too – Les Brown always talks about Ziz Ziglar. I see why, now I’m HOOKED!!!!💖

  13. I always look to the person I think is the oldest, the meanest, or the smartest, and those aren’t always the tallest. That may be because I’m not tall, and I was normally the one to be asked. I do know one thing. The one who looks the smartest is the one who seems to be paying the most attention or looks the most engaged. This also could be related to the fact that the strongest and smartest people I grew up around came in all different varieties. I have a theory about the conditioning of those who pick the tallest. I think it’s because your whole young life, the people you follow are all people you literally and figuratively “look up to”, and over time it’s become woven into the mentalities of the masses.

  14. I loved reading this! I’m so happy for you. I’m on my way

  15. Awesome comment, going to look into a few of the people you mentioned. I just started listening to les and zig this last week. I think you should check out Earl Nightengale!

  16. I agree. He’s the nicest most positive man I’ve heard.

  17. Thanks for posting this I loved Zig. He was one of my hero’s multiple mentors before he passed. He was one of the greatest human beings to ever walk the earth.

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