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"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

03:20 min | 2 months ago

"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Years copy nope hold on here. It is. here's the romanian copy. I'm not on video audio. So i don't buy. Here's the holding. The remaining copy of my hand ki hear it and ula straighted myself. I designed it myself. And i wrote it myself and it's a book for people who don't finish books. It is a book designed to be purchased more than one at a time. In fact i do not sell single copies. You can buy three. And i'll send you five or you can buy ninety six and i'll send john and twenty or anywhere in between because i want people to hand it to other people and say here read this because if you and your colleagues are on the same page you will support each other and you'll get the joke together and i launched it a year and a half ago and it's been back depressed. I'm going back to press today for the fifth time And i the only the buy it is for me. Maybe you can find a used one on amazon. But i'm super proud of the impact. It's making because i decided to publish for groups as opposed to publish for solos we we get that as a company remember you were selling. Them was a twelve pack. Or that's right. Yep so we bought a twelve pack and we went through it together. We all read. It told our favorite stories out of it related to our culture what we were trying to do. So it's definitely a book that you share with only the people that are important to you. that's my disclaimer. Only those care about and the next time you need twelve. Don't buy just call me an ostrich. I'll mention this in the intro that i will record shortly but your turn dot link. That's where you get that books. Seth last last question. If i can ask this zig and tom today ziglar is so focused on legacy. And i know that's a big word and a big question but as you look at your work. What is the legacy that you would hope would be said about you. Shortly after zeke passed. I thought about this. And i'm sticking with my answer. Which i would like to be measured by what the people who learned from me taught other people. Okay friends there. You have it. Seth godin his insight his tribute to zig. You can follow the anywhere and everywhere just search for him on any platform and you will find him at the top of the heap coming up in episode nine twenty two of ziglar show. We're to talk about what we do to prepare prepare for when tragedy strikes which may not sound like fun but honestly i feel too arrogant to expect. Something bad won't happen to me and it's my responsibility not to be pessimistic but to be preparing myself today in every day to overcome to be able to overcome anything that may come down the road to the best of my abilities so listen in the episode. You'll hear what others say of what they are doing to prepare as well till then thank you as always for letting me walk with you as we inspire our true performance together..

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"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

06:21 min | 3 months ago

"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"And i would wear a shirt with a pump more than i would have to take myself out of the equation that i'm kevin miller host of the show. I'm just a regular person out here. An unassociated the pump is more interesting than just saying ziglar. And i'm going to put it back. The reason i mentioned john rule and he talks about as we look at our brands and look at the things that we have as part of our business that we are promoting with that we want people associate with. I don't know how many t shirts i've gotten literal story t-shirts sent to me. I'm so sorry for those of you. Who did this and are hearing this now but if the show if your company is blue widgets and you send me this t shirt that says blue widgets on it. Why am i going to wear that. What story is that. What am i going to tell. That's interesting blue. What's that it's blue. Widgets they sell blue widgets. And i'm wearing the shirt. I don't need a shirt that much. I have unfortunately given a lot of new shirts. goodwill as opposed to one says something on it. I want to associate or has an image on it. That has a good story behind it. That i want to associate with. John is famous for sending cut. Code is to people. So i have an entire set of expensive cut cone is what's interesting is when i pull the knives out. They have engraving on them. That engraving does not say john ruin. It does not say his company it does not have his logo on it says kevin and terry miller custom engraved for kevin and terry miller. That's so when people pull that actually they don't have to pull it out. They come over. Sometimes they'll mentioned on nice nights. And i pull that out. Hey check out. Look at that and i tell the story about what about john ruling and his book gift allergy and his company. That does this so be careful. Now you have with ziglar with the pump created. An image in of itself does work the crowd that knows it it stands alone so i don't think i don't have. I don't have a pump shirt. We need a pump shirt or a pump puncture. We do we do We'll work on that get a puncture because it has a story that i want to associate with not just because it's ziglar but the pump. You don't know the story about the pump. Okay here's an it is. And i can tell it legitimately because i remember my grandparents who had an actual pump like that but i can tell about. It's a man that's business. And i do like associate with business and entrepreneurs and tell that story. That's worth price of admission just talking about the pump as a brand because of what it stands for. Which is the message that we started off for me and this is just a brilliant show. We're good unbelievable it is. It's unbelievable anything more to add to it as great a lot of people. Did you know again just responded about. Yeah the starting now we did. Have you know what. I'll add one more thing here. We did have some people talk about. My gosh yes starting to it was hard but continuing growing. It was just as as hard as well. And i get that but generally it's a different world. I mean when you're starting to business you're generally more on your own. You're wearing more hats. Once it gets going there's a lot to do though. My little pushback. Tom with that is often. When i find people who have a successful business now there are some that become work hall and it owns them and yet will for one. I'll say that those people they were workaholics. Anyways they did the same thing in their regular job their corporate business. That's who they were anyways. They just brought over to entrepreneurship. So i'm a separate that a little bit. But most the people i find they enjoy it. They're having fun and so they want to put more and it's not a drudgery. Oh oh my gosh this stupid business. That i started. That's going gangbusters. I it's terrible. I'm working day in doubt. They may poke at it a little bit. But they're actually loving it one or two. What i find out is like me. They also now are putting so much more time into their interests and personal life and family that now they're able to do in an amongst their work. They're able to bring their personal an integrated with their work. They're not going to clock in and this isn't just a pitch for self-employment notch mercia in better than being an employee. But it is such a piece of what. I see that i'll see people who maybe weren't allowed to integrate their life in their work as much. Now they come over here and they're able to so when i put on a long day. It's oh my gosh. Ten hours sitting at the desk or whatever and i spent some time planning the next vacation talking to the kids in texting them looking at a new mountain bike part that i want because i can. I'm my own boss. So my working the whole time i've integrated my life and it's made for beautifully busy house that's fair that's fair and i love the word integrated. I love that word. Because you know it's an urban flow. it's it's you know. Sometimes it's ten hours a day. Sometimes it's just running smooth and golic. We can just leave. We can go have some fun. You know of the things that we teach business owners is you you you build the business to sell and then you keep it meaning grow it you bring it out of intensity you get everything going. And then you develop leaders inside the business who can take over different functions to the point where you're not like like michael gerber says you're not you're at in your business you're working on your business right and a lot of people go well. How do you do that. That's not possible. Or i love being technician. I love doing the work. Well even even if you love doing the work build it to sell and then you can work on you want to you. Can you can do the work when you want to. And how do you get to that level. It the business. Whatever you do whether it's a career business wherever you're Economic engine is. Let's the why that drives it. What's the why that drives it. Because anytime starts getting tougher it becomes a pain around. No i gotta learn something new or i got to fill that position or anything. That is kind of offering as soon as you understand. What the why is that gives you you go back to. Your hawaii gives you the passionate go and do that. Yeah all right. Well you said we get to leave and go have some fun. Can we go leave and have some fun. Let's have some fun. Okay.

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"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

05:56 min | 3 months ago

"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Gave gobbledygook and you said no. Why did you start this business. And then court the passion and he said next fundraising. Tell them why you do this. And they'll ask all the questions. Yeah okay so ziglar our brand is the puppets and so anytime you see a gold palm pet on somebody. That is a ziglar legacy certified speaker trainer and coach. That's that's who it is. But here's what's interesting people will ask you. what's that pump. Are you in the oil business. you know. Probably have people say that the other half say how that looks familiar that ziglar some or what's the story behind that cop right. They all say the same thing and then everybody knows that you start the conversation off this way well. The story of the pump is story of life. Have you ever used an old fashioned water. Prop in about half of the people over forty will say yes and the rest of them will say no. We'll great in order to do an old fashioned water gets water out of the ground. You got to prime the pump. You gotta put some water in to get some water out. Life is the same way. You gotta put something into get something out. Yeah okay and so what happens is in the telling of the story ignites the passion inside and remember people are buying you no matter what you sell. The first purchase is you are having unless they come in and they're dying of thirst and there's one bottle of water in the whole city and you've got it right right probably probably by the water. Most of what we do. They're buying us and so when we talk about our are you know. How long do we wish we pump long enough and hard enough. Eventually the fruit will come forth right. The water will start to flow. It's not only how long it's the passion with which would you pop. It's it's like if you've ever been to a place where there's people on shoes you know. There's the shoeshine person who Doesn't make much noise and then there's the person over there pop and whistle and doing all that does the is the shoe. Shine any better because of the pop of in whistling. No it's all. It's all the show but it attracts attention and if somebody's popping and whistling they're probably smiling and if they're smiling they're probably attractive right. You want to be around that marketing and so a lot of what we do. We get really wrapped up in the next thing. The next thing the next thing and in. You can't do that so i will in. I will take my pump pen. And i will turn it sideways when i'm around people and they will look at it and they'll tilt their head in they'll go. Oh you're you're not straight in the lean in and they'll fix it. I was looking for my. I've got it back here behind me somewhere. So what does that. What does that do it. Lets me tell the story right now. What's cool is sometimes. The person who's fixing it is already there is zig fan. They're a customer but there's usually other people around him. Who aren't i get to tell the story. And i've got an audience and so that's that's next level. That's where you take it to. The next level is not only. Do you have the right attitude but you also do the right effort in. You are constantly working on your skill as you prime the pump as you grit right as you have resilience as you go through the day. The pump taps into the water in remember the water flows from the heart flows from the passion. Of what you do you never wanna lose that. Well i'm grateful for these conversations because they go directions that we weren't attending and this is one there that pomp represent something for ziglar that people want to associate with and it's so great for us to think about with our business. I doubt many people. Listening of not at this point heard simon simon cynic. Who wrote the book. Start with y gosh a decade ago. It's still one of the top. All time watched ted videos. If you by chance have not seen it type. In simon cynic s. i n. k. And actually just probably just type in his name. He could type in y. But you'll find the video. The ted talk that he did but it's knowing not just what your business does but why and think about what do you have is a part of your business. That represents that why that people want to associate with and on that. I want to bring up. We had john. I'm not quick enough to pull it up. We had john ruling r. u. h. l. i. n. on the show. It's been a year ago and he has a book called gift Gift the guy's a master of repeat and referral business and one of the things he also talks about though is because i wanted to bring the pump back to kind of the aspect of with your business would someone. Where the t shirt do they want to be associated with your business. Would they wear the t shirt and we all know that. People who wear the nike hat with the nike symbol. Why are they promoting nike. Well they want to be associated with the. You know the gist. Just do it. I grew up in the south man and half the guys at my school had a john. Deere cap why are they promoting john. Deere you know somebody else went to a sporty school and they had adidas stuff that people wanted to associate with that. However i'm going to say that..

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"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

06:02 min | 3 months ago

"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Postie demo. There was a venture did not too awfully long ago. I'm afraid to say where we did. The promotions we put it out. There didn't the results who want. I was ready to go as my wife's rearrange furniture Change the website. And then i remember just what you said metrics and we checked with the website google analytics whatever and realize. It's not the website. We don't even know that it's website because we just haven't gotten many in there we gotta go upstream there to the add to the promotion and so to what you said tom. Yeah the metrics is sochi and again we've got so many people the majority no matter. What your businesses. It's going to start at least online if not only exists there and the metrics are there. I mean you can see and gauge that and be able to the no quicker i. It's good that you put the other. You can know quicker where you need to shift for. Sure so yeah. I think we've kind of delineated here that they're shifting in how we're doing offering and what we're doing here though. Back to the core message zig of keep pumping though and not leave it and we've seen against so many and i'm afraid that yeah the price of entry being so low that people can go out there and they can just They could put an effort in get the results and they just quit now. I do like the ability to try. Though i mean. I don't want to dissuade people from triyng there. And i appreciate that. The internet allows us to without a huge investment. Go out there and try something. And i do want people also to realize as you're doing that there's been a lot of people tom. I'm trying to think if. I have a personal example for myself and i'm not sure that i do but i've seen a lot of people who get out there and put something out there and regardless of whether even works they learn about themselves and realize what. This isn't quite all what i thought it would be. And i want those people sometimes. I'll see him stick. Though i think well i've invested enough like the college degree thing right. I got my degree. So i might as well do this crew of the rest of my life man. That's dangerous too so be i'd say be aware of of that piece of yourself within it as well but the tom i've got a i don't know if you remember i've got an old pump the size it was literally this is this is destiny. It was literally left on the property when we bought it. When we bought the pro bought my property up here in the rocky mountains it had an old camper and a well had been dug so it had a wellhead and i don't know if the guy is intended to or whatever but it had this old red pump and you've been to my dad. Dan miller to his place sanctuary. He i remember picture of you with that pomp. one of the most that's actually worth just a quick deviation here on the subject is having a i mean zig knocked out of the park with a classic we call it a prop but it was really a brand. He created a brand with that. I mean. today it's part of the ziglar logo pump. It was it got me thinking about. I wasn't really thinking about talking about it for the show but it got me thinking about do we for our efforts have a brand. Now people talk about i got. I got a preface that because my brother jared on gaza who's a branding expert. He's going to be upset with me. If i just say a brand is a logo. 'cause it's not it's not just your image it's your whole feel it's your whole ethos. It's what you are about that people understand of you and what they want to associate with or not so. The brand is huge. But what do we call this. The graphic an image. We all know the nike logo right. I mean they don't have to even write the word nike anymore anymore. Logo now you may not end up with a business that big that needs brand recognition to that point but it is important to go. Gosh is there anything memorable. Is there a hook about my business. I mean we know apple has the app on. It's hard trying to think of. Can you do justice to a smaller example than some gigantic company. That we all know the brand of gosh. I'm trying to think here in my local my local area there was one i saw recently. I think it was at the farm. It was the farmers market my local farmers market that my kids have had a booth in. I keep me do a show about it anytime i post about. People ask about this but my kids part of the formation of their existence as farmers market and they have a logo there that we know you recognize it anywhere. Does your business have a hook and a visual hook any kind of a hook. Even a an audio hook like ziglar does with the top. I know it's a little bit of a deviation but it's an important one yes so let me add onto that. I'll talk about the pump as a story and how it aligns with passion. So i was reading the story of a young businesswoman. Who was raising money for a nonprofit endeavor ahead i think it has to do with water wells and she had this business plan and it was ingenious ban. Choose going to raise money. And she kept getting turned down and she didn't know what because everything she did was made sense right. I mean the powerpoint presentation the numbers. Everything was just fantastic. So she calls one of her mentors and they said we'll chair with me the last presentation. What'd you go over. So she she did it and said stop while you're doing this.

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"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Out to in the same business. Your i may be in a different market. How you can get on the phone and pick their brain and build a relationship with. He could probably give you some good direction. You are listening to the ziglar show episode about the pump. Next i continue on with tom's discussion of metrics and share a business launch story. They didn't produce huge results. But when i went to start. Fiddling with the webpage realized that that was the wrong metric. When i first started marketing it was direct mail. That's how you did it. Snail mail letters envelopes postcards and such with a stamp you know lows of printing paper labels hassle now we do all of our marketing digitally through our crm platforms and channels like facebook and google and youtube and with email and such but check this out. Postie p. o. S. t. i. e. They now let utilize the power of physical direct mail which is powerful but with the ease of your digital marketing. Postie allows you to run. Direct mail like a digital marketer. Their platform is a one. Stop shop. that does it all for you. You can build audiences setup campaigns with ab tests approved creative and track results in real time. Think of it as your direct mail. Easy button postie. Integrates with your crm the accesses your data sets and builds lookalike models from over two hundred and fifty million. Us consumers with post a you narrow in on your target audience and reach customers that you don't find through other channels so unlike the old way of doing direct mail postie is fast. It's fully automated printing and logistics are taking care of it allows you to deploy campaigns in days not months. The poster campaigns allow you to attract new customers. Retarget your website visitors and reengaged your existing customers to increase.

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"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

09:20 min | 3 months ago

"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"He's the guy you want as your provider because he is fervent about it. He's a believer. He said so. I remember this so clearly. When i first started my business is business. I engaged with the referral partner. Whose office was located three hours from my office. I was it was an overnight. Stay whenever i went there. I visited them each a couple of weeks for he actually says fort night. Maybe that's an australia thing. I had to look what a fortnight is. It's two weeks. So i'm using that with my kids. If it's two weeks away it's a fortnight guys so i visited them each fortnight for almost six months to build trust and credibility via visibility with that referral office with the bosses and the staff there. It was brutal and tested me. They eventually tested me with a couple of small tests and test cases and i proved my worth then the floodgates open. I gotta keep turning out to be consistent. If you want proper long-term business success it may take awhile but just keep showing up. Be resilient and above all. Keep asking the question like that. That's real world. It doesn't get better than that. I mean the bottom line is we have an instant rice mentality in our world today. yes we do. And savvy business. People men and women who've been around the block a few times who built relationships the right way. The first test is how long are you gonna keep knocking on my door. Because why would i get. Why would i give you a treasure. Not knowing your grit your resilience. You're staying power your commitment your follow through and so a lotta times in order all aaron the opportunity really the first has she got a passes. Hey i'm showing up every time. I say them showing up until i earned the right and then when you give me a little test i'll be there to perform so now and it's you know what else kevin is. This is a way the doesn't take a high q. It doesn't take any skill set of specific technical training. It doesn't take anything other than A relentless pursuit of following through. And that's an attitude that's choice. That's a discipline okay. Well let's just let the cat out of the bag of what i wanted to get to because you kinda hit towards it right there in that i mean we know who was churchill. Never ever ever ever ever ever quit and we have books like grit and we have these navy seals like. Oh what is it Goggin ines and jaakko in this this mental and so we hear that. And i get it and i mean you and i have businesses. I've done this. i've done the pump. You sitting there and banging away like in zags clip a minute ago having faith that is going to work out and knowing it takes so much and we did have so many people. I mean brandon russell. He says yeah. The most effort was from inception to the first dollar. We did eight months worth of research and testing before our first customer jennifer. I did research for a month. Then searched for the real estate bought it hired renovations three months before we actually even opened the door so we had a lot of people of course respond to that. Of course there's so much effort now you got a lot of effort to grow the business and whatever after that we can talk about that in a second but so we get that we get that you know you gotta persevered you gotta do it and i like what you said. We're in this instant rice this microwave culture and it may be it makes it harder. I think i would say as a culture were more like that. And there's so many business opportunities you know with a low barrier to entry right and we're not all going to start a business and you had to go bill. Take out a huge loan build a building and stock it and staff it and whatever a lot of people and you can start business with hardly anything electronically like that so got a persevered. Gotta have grit gotta push through. But then the real world issue hits and you've been there and i've been there and we'll be there again of going okay and my pumping away. Because i know it takes a lot of work. I gotta stick with it. I'm going to have faith. Because i'll just own it because i've also done that and realize the reason. I'm not getting any water this. Because i'm doing it wrong. Or the ideas. Not legit maybe. The concept is and. I shouldn't quit on it but man the way that we came to market. How about starting there. I mean you. And i both either done it or seen it. I've both come to market with something and we got it wrong. And so i guess we're holding that so i'm going to stick to man. I do need to change. I need to quit begging on that pump. Maybe and find another pump. Is that a fair analogy hundred percent and you know ziglar. We have a performance formula. That i love and it and it will apply to the situation. Let's say you're starting something new you're gonna want attack it full on around attitude effort in skill. It can't just be one of the three or two of the three. It has to be all three. If you're out there said you know what. I'm going to knock on doors. I'm gonna make more phone calls. I'm gonna talk to more people than anybody in the history of the world. It's all effort effort effort. Then it's going to be hard. You might be knocking on the wrong doors right. You might be using the wrong skill when you get there your attitudes going to go up and down based on the last time you knock on door if you're gonna go the whole attitude route. Hey i'm going to be the most optimistic upbeat person they've ever been around you know they're gonna. They're gonna enjoy the conversation but she can answer their tough questions or you're not talking enough people day. Yeah good luck and skill. It's what do i need to master to be a top notch. Professional his industry in here melts. Who else has already done it in this industry who can seek out and learn from now right so i gotta do all of those and so what happens then. Well your activity levels high your efforts. Hi you're maintaining your attitude with input and then you're learning stuff every single day so every time you make another attempt you're at a different level but you're also bouncing your results off of other people who've been there and done that and you're reading the industry information you're reading what's working what's not working. You know you're you're finding that out and people don't like that because what people like to buy is leads that they call in there actually customers. There's no thing people don't mind calling People would ready to buy. they just. Don't like calling somebody who might have Might be capable of harshest. Don't even know they need it right. So it's allied coming at it from that same thing and then here's the Wisdom in this. What you really becoming is an expert in relationships. A fantastic communicator. And you're getting on the inside of whatever you're passionate is in that industry and let's just say new. You made a bad Logical choice in the beginning you thought would work and you prove over the next year that it doesn't work well you're a completely new in different human beings so you can adjust. It's not like you. It's not like it's from nothing because you learn so much in that process. I think whether it's richard branson or any other person who we all look up to this huge successful Kosta entrepreneur they'll tell you they learn more in the ones that didn't work than the ones that did so the danger is doing nothing. The danger is sitting on your hands. The danger is settling for. What's easy rather than what you're built for. And that's that's what i wanted to hit on me because this analogy of course is great. We see so many people give up. And that's i know zig was talking about but if we look at business efforts i. That's that's what i've learned in the decades of doing business. I now go out and launch. I'm always optimistic. i can't be optimistic. that we're going out. We have done our homework. We feel like and sought counsel and we go out and boom launch and make the offering. And that's where i'm questioning the do we do. We make the offering in this way right. If we don't see results keep going and give it a reasonable amount of time. Maybe that's worth discussing. What's a reasonable amount of time. Which is gonna depend on the business. But we do that. And if we're not getting results we don't quit on the business..

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"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

02:38 min | 4 months ago

"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Real experience than just showed up at church for fifty eight minutes on a sunday morning and coming home and yard. Here's a question. I'm just curious on that. I'm curious with with anybody. Who at least professes a spiritual faith is. Are there any specific voices authors that you gravitate towards for me. I mean i know. It's frederick ner dallas willard or kind of top of the list. I'm i. I've been on the fringes but never really dug in and i'm digging now. Richard rohr Some but those. Which i'm i'm i'm interested in there but just curious if there are certain ones you find yourself resonating with more really the end. The short answer is now but in doing that doesn't mean that i can't find anybody that i like a lot of people my reading in spiritual arenas very very broad and includes some names that i usually don't mention in public formats. Yeah i know some of them all all out you just because people in that area tend to be pretty narrow and their perspective. And i'm not saying that's bad. But i liked to read really broadly so i read about a variety of religions and religious thought waiters from across a broad spectrum. And i enjoy that. A lot now requires that is discernment. They're really filter through that. And come up with what your cord waste are going to be. But they're not really anybody can name a while you know he he. Or she my go-to person. Everything they say is true. I i really don't do that. I don't wanna come across as arrogant in that and saying that nobody. Nobody pleases me. There are some people that i really do. Enjoy their content. Read everything they write but that includes a lot of people. it's not very narrow. It's a broad west. how about career. Six spoke is career. And of course you've been you know. I know and most people listening. We'll know you as a lifetime entrepreneur. You just mentioned that. But you know it is interesting with zig story that the zig ziglar that we know didn't start till forty five and the zig ziglar the persona. The voice that most people know was gosh. Probably not what told mid sixties that we that the icon exhibit ziglar. It was later in life and before that he's selling pots pans for you. Everybody knows you as a forty eight days guy which started gosh what around the same time. Forty five.

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Who Do You Work For?

The Ziglar Show

02:01 min | 6 months ago

Who Do You Work For?

"Of my favorite stories has to do with something that happened many many years ago. It seems that that was a hot day out. In the midwest is a work crew was working on section of the railroad when this luxury railroad car about four in the whole train and the last one was this gorgeous luxury Caboose and they recognize that made it lay for what it was and then they the wenda opened on that luxury Last car and a voice call out. Is that you name and their son over here. Will anderson was leading that work crew in that hot sun and gm murphy was the boys got he said. Come on over. dave. I wanna doug to you will. They was very happy to get out of that hot sun into that air conditioned car and so i walked over there and he jam greeted each other warmly outside. They went in the had a marvelous visit for about an hour. And they've got ready to go back To the and again He and jim shook hands warmly. Talked another minute out there. And then they went back to his work. Crew and one of the work said dave Do you know who that he is. They said why shirts. Jim murphy prejudice the railroad. He said well. How do you know. Jim marfa so well. He said well over twenty years ago he and i went to work for this railroad on the same day and the worker said. We'll dave how do you explain this. You are still out here working in the sun and he is an air conditioned car and president of the railroad. They've anderson's answer. Is one of the great lessons live when he said well. Over twenty years ago. I went to work for a dollar and seventy five cents an hour. Jim murphy went to work for the railroad

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Tesla buys Bitcoin: Elon Musk's plunge into BTC

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:34 min | 10 months ago

Tesla buys Bitcoin: Elon Musk's plunge into BTC

"I twenty four hours we've had since loss on. Look the biggest thing really to speak has been the involvement of tesla in tribe. Of course been talking tweeting. A i guess talking and tweeting Quite a bit about the Dosage pretty much about dodge With hashtag bitcoin as his twitter description. Of what you want to call it now. I'm market is currently sitting just shy of one point four trillion dollars. This is huge. It's huge for all of us. All of us that have been around for a wall. He's in for those of you. That are relatively new to this by. It's huge for you as well. This is the reason why she age. You've got it's six one white half a dozen the other whether he's the wealthiest man in the world next to jeff basil's. I couldn't give to hurts about that. The fact is you've got a rebel entrepreneur who is willing to put himself on the law. He sold pipe off. I think he's a hundred ten million and what he did was invested in the tesla and spice x and barred money inside on couches. Now this is sort of man that is not in anything for the money. This is a man who has a drive. he has a purpose. And after that i he is. He's kind of just want say something. You've never seen before. But certainly the level of entrepreneurship. I haven't seen before in my been rating books and being involved with a lot sorts of stuff. Since i was about fifteen years old when i read zig ziglar top was offered to me by my very first mental. And it's it's quite. It's quite an extraordinary thing as far as long consent to how somebody who is so different and so different. I guess it's not just about money. The guy puts it all on the line. He he he i mean. He smoked a joint. With joe rogan. I mean the guy. He's a rug. He's is mac villian. He does what he wants. He is the person the creek di really represents. All sorry hayes to his now become the person that he's a spokesperson he is. know bang. And it wasn't just because he bought does all. He talked diet and put hashtag bitcoin. It was because now. The tesla i look. Let's be honest about this Point five billion dollars of bitcoin. That's the mall when it comes to capital but if you dig a little bit deeper and you start rain in between the law ends of how long he's been talking about cryptocurrency and how he's involved with non himself i assure you i'm sure he's involved wrestling. But with tesla sought on one unravel that a little bit now show Some studies going to accept bitcoin. And if you can see what lamborghini days when you know in two thousand and seventeen where land beginning saw accept. Bitcoin is pilot for the motor vehicles. That mccain win lamb by you know. There's always named saddam about lamborghinis. Lamborghini didn't back bitcoin that he's accepted. You're going on mosque now. Who has not accepted it. But he hasn't accepted yet but he's backed it by going into now. There will be a time. I am fairly sure of where any touchstone believe. I haven't read everything about it. I caught the busy day where they'll accept bitcoin and at time you gotta think about. What is the community. Give the community gives back to those at help the community gripe and i think it's an absolute bloody moss strike because as this new you know parade on the finance and whatnot comes around. I forget the taxi high tells them what not hide airbnb only different places the So try to fought against Progressional spurs part of this put. The banks don't like bitcoin and it's because the bank's can saving obviously threat to to their empire. You're gonna moscow's out there doing his thing and there's a lot a big millionaires billionaires that have been created three bitcoin cryptocurrency if he's going to accept bitcoin as a method of pilot. Then i think it's an absolute buddy. Moss destroyed for him to put one point five billion in to tuzla in in bitcoin. I'm and maybe he'll go more possible trends. I'm sure he certainly thinking about on the dan if he's not but that one point five billion he's already put in would probably you know what he'll pick up if he accepts. Bitcoin will be far more than one. Point five billion dollars in sales now whether you look at him as the master of you know the universal massive pot of cryptocurrency. Now it's just a smart

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Why You Need a Mentor with Kevin Harrington and Mark Timm

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

Why You Need a Mentor with Kevin Harrington and Mark Timm

"When did you know this was going to be more than just a great mentor ship relationship and become something that would be a book and and start spreading the word about why this is important than and then how to do it. You know i know for me. I was so i would go to these events and kevin being on shark tank when he would finish. Speaking to a room of thousand hundreds of people would line up. They wanted an autograph they wanted and but they actually all would say. I just need five minutes like that was the normal. I think five minutes. If i could ask you one question. I know it would change my life forever and so he was so gracious that he would take a lot of these. You know these five minutes or these one questions and it turned out to be the same question. What's the one thing. I need to do to grow my business. What's the one thing. I can do to start a successful business. What's this one thing and we started having this conversation off line. You know flying back in in a hotel or restaurant and what we figured out. Is that super successful. People have one thing in common. They all had mentors. You talked about your mentor. Being dave ramsey we've talked about zig ziglar. Guess what dave ramsey had mentors zig ziglar had mentors super uber financial successful people. All have this one secret. They have mentors. If you google mentorship there are the haves and the have not and sadly there are more have nots than are haves and so we basically said if there's this one burning question out there around success in growth in relationships business in life it is. The haves have people in their lives. We were not put on this earth to be alone. We were not supposed to do this. Entrepreneurial thing alone we're not supposed to lead entrepreneurial endeavors alone and there are people willing to help and we've got to tell that story and so that's how it became a book and that's why the book is not a how to book. It's not a one two three six steps to whatever. It is a journey of relatable entrepreneur with his mentor. Some unbelievable stories of kevin's live because he's had an unbelievable life and some really practical ways that those those lessons can be applied every single day we end every chapter with how you can take the business lesson and bring it home to your most valuable business which is likely the one you went home to your family. Not the one you went to. and so. that's when just this constant just yearning for this. This answer that entrepreneurs had for kevin and so it became this book bestselling book now on mentorship and we turned him before covid. Never has there been a more important time for people to have mentors than right now It's great timing for that message. Kevin when you're answering those questions in that line and people are saying okay. I just need five minutes. I've just got one question. I've had this experience where people are saying. Okay what's the one book. I need to read. Or what's the one thing i need to do and i try to stop and say i. I understand what you're getting at but you're asking the wrong question because what you guys are talking about with mentor ship is. There's really something about constantly being hungry. Always being a sponge you know and a book that changed. My life is going to be different than a book that changed your life. The one thing you need to do is stay hungry reading all the time. There's no silver bullet book if you will or no silver bullet Course to take you need to be consuming all that stuff over time. that's how we transform and grow as leaders and so when things you guys talked about in the book is the idea of building a dream team not just hiring people that can fog mirror but the people that are really gonna take you where you wanna go. And that's attention especially if you're small and caches tight paying for the talent that you need tomorrow and not just who can do the job today. What's the importance of a dream team. Tell you for me. You know i and i'll kind of begin. This and then kevin can really bring home for us. But the what. I learned from kevin and watching him. Was that up until the point that i met kevin i always hired as he said. I always hired who i could afford like ninety nine point nine percent of every entrepreneur out there. Whoever i could afford. I hired well. That is a way of growing your business through the rear view mirror. Because what you can afford is already where you're at and so i'm having this conversation with him one day and he is he said and i'm challenging him because i'm listening to stories and i'm like well. How did you afford that gyn. Why did you pick that guy. That was so far out. And he's like look. I'd rather have. I'd rather have ten percent of the time of a cfo that can take me to a hundred million then a hundred percent of the time of a cfo that's gonna go to a million and so also the concept is is that who do you need to go forward. What does your business need to accomplish the vision or the purpose. That's the dream team. And what i learned from kevin. Is you gotta get creative. You've gotta get creative sometimes to put the right team together. And he's he's got this great story that he can share around the concept of the dream team with with the laurie. Al folks and i'll let him share that. Because that's when i started to really learn that as an entrepreneur if you can put together the dream team and that's why the business i currently have is doing so well because i'm not in higher can afford a hired who was going to take me where i wanted to go and i had to get creative had involves some equity. I had involve some. You know some creative ways of incentivizing them but i now have the dream team. And that's why. I'm scaling beyond where i've gone before because i was in the way

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How To Deal With Guilt (Family VS Career)

Work Matters With Ken Coleman

04:44 min | 1 year ago

How To Deal With Guilt (Family VS Career)

"Talked to work imams for a moment. I've always been. Quite, excited and maybe a little bit proud that. Nearly sixty percent of our audience. Is Female. And I will tell you that I grew up in a house with a working mother. My wife is a working mother. So I have a special place in my heart for MOMS in general, but certainly working moms and yet I know that. There's a lot of pressure. From outside and self-induced pressure. and. I saw this article by Cheryl Ziglar. In Harvard Business Review and I said you know what this is well done and I want to share some of the knowledge in this article with working mom's my audience. So how to let go of working mom guilt? That's the title. and. She. References a book. By the title of forget having it all. By any Westerville. And she sums up the working mom dilemma. By saying this, we expect women to work like they don't have children and raise children. As. If they don't work. Because of this women feel guilty guilty for working. Guilty for not working blurred balance of work time spill in the family time half listen your children's stories from the day or missing Alameda full time with them can lead MOMS to feel. Like they're failing. And so she goes on to in this article give some very practical ways for you to overcome this working mom guilt. The first is forgive yourself. She says, letting go of guilt has to start with a commitment to stop beating yourself up over your choices and circumstances. Guilt. Gone. Awry. Turns into shame in his emotionally, painful. Too costly feel like your mom bad employer bad friend secondly, revisit your values. One of the most grounding exercises people can engage in is getting clear about what their values our priorities are in life then living life in accordance to so stop the madness essentially what we're here. Press? Pause. What do I want my day to look like and I'm GonNa, make some decisions and take some steps to make that my reality, get off the assembly line and get off the hamster wheel. and. Shape your day. Third Ask for help. One of the hardest thing for many women women to do is to ask for help by the way that's not just a female thing. That's a human thing. It's hard for all of us to say, will you help me? Instead of asking for help working mom may just be fueling her stress by trying to do it all herself then realizing. She can't. Fourth be good enough at home. Just good enough. I got something out of this folks guy no matter where your mom but I made some notes on this one. The. The writer of the article. Share Ziglar references an attachment researcher talking about the attach between parent and a child. Same John Boldness. Parents simply need to be emotionally present comfort the child attuned to their child's feelings. It's show delight when seeing their child and then support your child. With their challenges, that's how you have a healthy insecure parent child attachment. So this idea of being a great parrot, probably not a good goal. Any one area where we shouldn't try to be great because I don't know if it's possible be great but you can be those things for your kids. and. Then fifth on follow those that bring you down watching other people vacation share their family photos on facebook or instagram. Can Really. Raise the comparison tension in your life. And, you're looking at everybody else's life and how their life is where you want your life to be and you start feeling really crappy about your life don't do that. Their journeys, not your journey their timeline is not your time line. And their realities, not your reality and one little nugget here. Their reality is probably not reality that instagram profile is the best of the best of the best of their moments and can we all be honest? It might just be opposed moment. Their life is a stinking disaster right before they take that photo they tell the kids be quiet. They shove candy in their kids mouth and face just to get him stop long enough to take a picture and say I've got it altogether. Come on now. So, if you're having a problem looking at other people and playing the comparison game stop. You, do you do the Best I?

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Mark Victor Hansen

voiceFirst careers

05:07 min | 1 year ago

Mark Victor Hansen

"Ninety, three T. as in talent. That's right. We're talking to the talent directly. Of course, anybody can listen even the hiring manager spot. This, this morning some. Some crib notes some shortcuts. Some best practices if you're looking for work. A number one thing you can do. Que did I, get your attention this a number. One thing you can do if you're looking for gainful employment. Fix your attitude. You thought I was GONNA. Say something difficult right. I don't think there's anything more difficult. Do you ever know people that are just everything comes out of their mouth is Negative can't do this won't do that shouldn't do this or the other thing just. People that typically you don't like being around at least I don't like being around. After laugh icy from time to time articles and posts and podcasts. You know about how to deal with naked if people. And it's probably good for most people I have just eliminated them all from my interactions. At a mentor many moons ago. Mike Murdock and he said looked do not give a critic anytime zero Nada Zilch. Why because then you don't have time for the people that lift you up the build you up. That you enjoy each other's company lifting each other to higher levels so I, I've eliminated long ago. It doesn't even register anymore it just. Is like water off a duck's back in. Just, doesn't affect me so if you want. To to Change Your career your outlook, your your status in life everything about yourself number one change your attitude. Now I understand that's easier. Said than done. UNDERSTANDS A fulltime job. But the rewards are so amazing. Why would you? Why would you not do it right? So Next question. How do you make that happen? Hey, scam new to this thing you know this This attitude adjustment? How do I make that happen? Well for me the easiest is just change who you hang out with. And I mean that in a big sense not you know physically on a day-to-day basis that counts but. I hang out with this. Guy Les Brown he I believe is the number one motivational speaker in the world at this moment in time and has been. For the last. Been Falling since ninety two I think. So that's what. Eighteen years. So for the last eighteen years less brown I. Think is at the top of the game. Now I've heard them all and I'm Fan I'm a big fan of them all like. Zig Ziglar Charlie Tremendous Jones. Mark Victor Hansen and a bunch of others. But. The just something about less brown his down to Earth. Homespun. Sites. it just resonates with me. So I spend time with him I have a couple particular. podcast of episodes. Audio sessions of him that I I listened to repeatedly one is called. It's not over until I win. He gave this at the Georgia Dome in ninety two. May Be in I think it was ninety two. And that's when he first popped on my radar screen. Then I got chance in person a couple times and. and. So hang out with people that have a positive attitude. In. That might mean spend time with a podcast or video. So number one, you got to change your attitude number two. How do you do it? You hang out with positive people even if it's via podcasts fact I'll include Lincoln. The show notes the one of my favorites right now in fact. It's a podcast called tremendous leadership by Dr Tracy Jones who is the daughter of Charlie Tremendous Jones in a recent she happened just happened to have Mark Victor Hansen on the program saw all included Lincoln the show knows this is going to blow your mind it did mine and I followed him both for years. I'm one of Mark's biggest fans I. Don't know if you know that mark if you're listening. But. I'm a guy who bought the book, the One minute millionaire. Studied it night and day apply the lessons in the book. Within weeks? And generated an

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Do you look for the right attributes when hiring new employees?

Hacking Your Leadership

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Do you look for the right attributes when hiring new employees?

"This talent Tuesday episode. I WanNa talk about the attributes as we look for his leaders on hiring new employees. oftentimes the things we searched for. We believe or correct finding great employees but they aren't the renown sales and motivational coaches ziglar. Once wants famously asked a group of executives to name all the attributes of a perfect employee. He instructed him to shout answers as quickly as they could think of them. They started naming things pretty quickly but rather answers after a few minutes. Zero instructed them to keep naming things to think outside the box. He wouldn't let them stop anti was able to amass a list of one hundred and fourteen attributes. This process took almost an hour. Once he was done he went to the list and started marking it up. He wrote the letter A.. Next each attribute that could be considered an attitude and he wrote an S. next each attribute that could be considered a skill at the end the exercise he found that one hundred and seven out of one hundred and fourteen attributes of the perfect employee. were attitudes not skills. These are things the employee has to bring with them. The KEPI taught not only demonstrated on the flipside skills can always be taught. The learning curve will be different for each employee but if all the employees have great attitudes the learning curve will be shorter her. This information flies in the face of hiring managers practices of assuring proper skills for new hire skills can be qualified person. Worked for this many years doing this specific thing thing as a hiring manager wrecking grandma decision. These facts and be able to back up. Any decision I've made for attitude is harder. It's not quantifiable. An applicant meets several different interviewers. Who all agree on these attributes but if the resume isn't check the right boxes? The applicant is unlikely to move forward. If you're a hiring manager only you know the right balance a person who is unlikely to to be able to do the job even a few months after being hired might be an issue at the end of the day daily job duties still need to get done but if the trainer for attitudes things like positively the ability to demonstrate demonstrate innovation. Curiosity can't even happiness. Is that a new hire. Can't necessarily hit the job running and might require some on the job training. It's worth it the time you'll save in attempting affixed problematic attitudes and the positive impact on the culture of your team will exceed any specific skill set training needed.

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Getting Rich Might Be Easier Than You Think

Does This Happen to You

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Getting Rich Might Be Easier Than You Think

"Things like grocery shopping. That's why this podcast features funny stories from fantastic writers about our daily alien nominees a micro audio book about life and befuddle men just for you our story. This week is from BB. Nicholson who oh you'll find on medium DOT COM and here is getting rich. Might be easier than you think. I'm going to be rich. Don't laugh this is a slam dunk. I don't even need to publish bestseller or start a company. What's more I'll let you in on a secret? You too can avail yourself of this potential windfall. The beginning of my ride to riches occurred in the summer of two thousand thirteen gene on what started out as an ordinary day it ended as an ordinary day to but my assessment of the day as ordinary even even boring goes to show that the least significant activities. The stuff we are tempted to write off as forgettable are the things that catapulted catapult us to unexpected rewards. I remember the day. Well no or maybe not so well but I can reconstruct it. I was in the kitchen feeling those first pangs of hunger that surface when you've already had lunch and it's not time for dinner and you can't focus or do anything much until you've had something to eat. I could have reached for an apple or a banana but my craving was for something salty salty artificially flavored and devoid of all nutritional value. I reached for the giant variety snack. Pack I bought IT COSTCO CUSCO A few weeks earlier. Only to realize with dismay that all the potato chips and Fritos were gone. The only thing left was cheese. He's it's if you haven't figured out where this is going by now. You haven't read today's Wall Street Journal. The story is on page. Eighteen eighteen. Three women are suing. Kellogg's the manufacturer of cheese it because they feel misled and they want justice one the plaintiffs Linda castle purchase cheese. It's approximately three times in two thousand thirteen from Grocer in Torrance California her lawsuit and her pursuit of justice stem from the assumption that her cheeses contain more whole grain than the label would lead one to believe so what you might be thinking who cares if Linda Castle but she sits and believe she was consuming a health food. There's a sucker born every minute. According to P. T. Barnum. But here's the caveat. The cheeses were labeled whole grain and and although the box explains that they contained five to eight grams of whole grain for each twenty nine grams. Serving the plaintiff felt deceived received. Mrs Castle and the other plaintiffs are seeking damages other monetary relief and declaration corey relief. Whatever whatever that means although a federal judge dismissed the case ruling that the whole grains wording was factually correct and the label would neither mislead nor deceive a reasonable consumer the? US Court of appeals has reversed the dismissal. Here's where there I come in and maybe you if you've eaten cheese it anytime in the past eight years the plaintiffs want a class action suit consisting the of anyone in the US or its territories who has bought cheeses eight since two thousand ten. According to The Wall Street Journal there there are thousands possibly millions of people who bought cheese. It's all of whom munched away happily without formal complaint. The more I think about it the better I remember that fateful day when I reach for the cheeses I can still hear the bag. Cellophane Russell smell the cheesy odor. Her Savor the crunchy junk food. Taste my husband probably qualifies for the Class Action Suit to the other day. He fished just a bag of cheez. Its with a two thousand one expiration date from the back of the Pantry. I forget how good these things are. He said digging digging in his fingers dusted with the Telltale Orange Stain. That is the bane of all cheese at eaters. Especially those who sit on white white couches. Maybe white couch owners should sue to forget all the list as you've read about how to get rich you don't need to wake up at five. Am During Gay Spinach Yogurt Green Tea smoothie run eight miles and meditate chanting Prima all before four eight o'clock. After what you begin your workday with a single mindedness and positivity that would put zig ziglar to shame

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"ziglar" Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

11:49 min | 2 years ago

"ziglar" Discussed on Plan B Success

"Become the person God created you to become so you can change the world you know about four or five years ago. I think you would have done. The documentary. Runs executor right. You interviewed a lot of other people. Don't were influenced by Aminul. How did that go? You know that was amazing Andy Kosta who is an award winning emmy winning producer. He put that film together and I think he ended up interviewing over fifty people. Some names you've heard of like Daveramsey Ramsey early holds a lot of names. You know unless you're in that industry you wouldn't know MOMS and DADS kids people from different generations and it was just amazing to see the common sweat move. People have a basic question. Do I have what it takes am I. Can I be successful. And then a voice of encouragement and hope enters in and then they try something new and they get a new result salt in it gives them even more than before you know it in their life has turned around simply because in this is a very simplistic a learn how to the wrong way. They were given bad directions. Not Intentionally by those around. But that's what happened in so now they're giving the right directions in in because somebody they trust is showing them away they take the directions and they actually do the work. I mean people would come down and they would say thank you for changing in my life if he would say I appreciate the compliment but you know all I did was pointed in the right direction. You're the one who changed your life and I think that's the truth is apparent as a coach as a leader. That's really what we do. Is We give a vision for what could be and point people in the right direction. They have to do the work. What's your take on? Today's industrial especially the coaching industry. For instance the barrier to entry Solo. Oh it's a crowded market right now. What do you think will help? Somebody really stand up in the crowd and well. That's you know if I were to say. Hey could you asked me a question more pertinent for today. I don't know if I could have picked one better and the reason is is you know. We've we've got well over a hundred certified ziglar coaches and I was really this last year kind of studying. What was it? What's the difference between those who were successful and those who struggle Duggal in the industry? One of the things that you'll find is that the best people in the world want to be a coach. I mean they usually had a challenge. They've overcome they usually had somebody else orient them and they want to do the same for somebody else. They have a passion help. Other people be successful so you first off. I love it at industry because we you just working with good but there's five things things that I've identified that use you've gotta have and were to be successful in the in the industry to be successful as a coach number one. You've got to be the right. Curse in the biggest hurdle is believing. You are the right perks until you're until your belief. Is there in other words. If you're going to coach somebody buddy you gotta believe that. You're you know you're qualified to coach him. Advertise you gotTa have the right program you you've got to share with somebody a program material content. It's based on truth. It's going to help them grow. That's going to be. You know not just cliches in words words but things that they could dig into. It's going to help them grow the third. Is You gotTa have a process. And I've done a lot of coaching in. Sometimes we listen so hard so that we can answer that. We're not really listening but if you you know a process and you know where somebody is in the process then your ears open up and you're not worried about what did they say you're more worried about out where you are in the process and when things start to drift you can always go back to process the fourth and this is something we've now integrated with our choose to win coaching searching. You GotTa have support. You've never done. Coaching never enrolled somebody. You don't you're not familiar with sales and marketing. Because that's not what's your background and you need help in those areas and so we actually in our system when somebody comes in we we will if they bring a prospect. We'll get on the phone with them and we'll do the call with them and help them enroll that person for them. We don't take any of the money because because our best chance of success helping you become successful and then if you want to grow the fifth one is you have business systems. And they don't have to be complex blanks. But you've got to have a marketing system. You gotTa have a sales system you gotta have an operational system. They can be simple but if you've never done business before those can the overwhelming and so that's that's what we do. So here's this is another discussion but artificial intelligence was coming. It's a lot of cases. How is that going to change well? In sales for example I really believe that companies things are gonNA give sales people a you know verified. Leads 'cause they I figured it out. This guy is going to buy a car. The next two weeks call. So you know what it's going to come down to. It's GONNA come down to the character integrity and the relationship skills of a purse in so to me. Coaching is needed now. More than ever for people who walk that talk. You're the right kind of person. I got great relationships skills. I know out ask questions. They know how to identify somebody. SNEAD and they're they show him how to get from where they are where they want to go going back to your earlier life. Some of the things that we know about Adversity faced in the ups and downs in life not phased in that helped them continually improve and get to where he got to be. When you look back into your childhood memories of some of the Difficult Times you know dad not last ten years of his life he said I never worry? He didn't mm-hmm believed him. Never saw him worry before that. I still don't think he worried he you know I never knew that. They were struggling and sometimes the Times Times. We're tied although I hear stories about how they were because he he made a decision and this is a great. This is a hard hard one to to do but the truth is so real. He really believes with all of his heart that all he could do. Is You identify the problem. Dan said that's positive. It's not negative to dinovite the problem. It's positive to identify the problem. And then you focus the solution so once challenger situation arose. The problem became apparent. He will get a one hundred percents. Percents solution focused on the work on one hundred percent at the end of the day. Even ask this question did I do all I could to solve that problem. And if the answer was yes he slept great and we all come across that now. The challenge is is there some problems that no matter. How are we work? We're not going to solve it because in somebody else's hands and that's where the second piece of that comes in. Which is we've got to have the faith to leave that up to God we? We can't do it if our future depends on somebody else's decision we worked to everything we can what we can control in. Return the arrest over. Because there's that we can do about Out Right has your dad. Listen to any of your talks. Did he ever give you any points. You know I don't I think maybe he only hurt me. Do you want to real talks because I started speaking talking about the time that you know ten years ago I only did a few talks the first couple years so we did do the things together. I interviewed him several times on stage. So I don't know if that counts as a talk that he heard me then. The good news is here's one hundred percent now so so what about the grandkids. You know what. What are they shaping up to be in on as their influence of all lead? That's been going on in the family on them. There is My daughter just turned twenty five She works at the company as well so she does our social media marketing and the main programs that we have. She's a main support to other nieces. This is our married and have families and doing very well my oldest sister Cindy avenue cans so not a lot of grandkids. But they're doing well. How are you also doing anything in damsels partnerships across the globe are? Are you pretty much focused on what you have on the plane. Thank you know we have a few partnerships We have one with Sir. Howard Partridge phenomenal products? And you know what they do in what we do with that partnership that's where we work on business systems for small business owners So that's a great example. We have other partners that we do different things with and that's kind of our model. I mean I'll look at Oliver. Certified trainers they're independent contractors. There also are so you know our goal. I help them become successful. In you. Know I keep hearing about the walt attempts. All the all the precious stuff collected over the years in terms of Zig Ziglar stuff with you or your own stuff do we can. We truly believe that everything's been captured or the teams still out there. That could make it into the world. Wish you know. Let me just talk about the the physical reality of the vault. Aw We have one ball where we've got probably thousand different recordings video. The different like like Beta to half inch one inch from the seventies eighties. That have not been digitized yet. They probably couple hundred hours of courses that were done for private organizations. That we haven't digitized you so there will be some when we do that. We get to that point. There will be some gyms in there but a lot of it if you listen to how to stay motivated which is our best selling audio you program of all time. Twenty over twenty one hours of dad there were there were predecessors to that. We'll have people call us up on. They'll say hey I got I. I've got to a cassette tape version of how to stay motivated in nineteen seventy seven..

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"ziglar" Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"ziglar" Discussed on Plan B Success

"Readings everyone and welcome back to another episode of Plan D Success Today we have a very special the guest who. I'm so excited to have Tom Ziegler the son of the legendary as Zig Ziglar. Who knows exhibitor? For the millennials. If you don't know you better go and pick up a book up and read about him. I wouldn't be ms to say that. He was the father of motivational speaking. And he's had a very rich life eighty six years till his last breath he was out there speaking and motivating people he published about thirty plus Brooke's Michiel Stellar and he rental his own ups and downs One of his books and for that matter. We'll hear more from time about his books. But I know for a fact that one of his books went to about thirty nine different publishers. Before you've got out there in front of the world and sold millions of copies he himself has influenced over two hundred and fifty million people throughout his life. And today. We're going to hear directly from Tom. Ziglar Tom Welcome aboard. It's great to be here. Thanks for having me on us. So who better header to talk about Zig Ziglar than you. So why. Don't you in your own words. Help us know who's examiner. Was I know the world has a certain idea about Kim It would be great to hear from you. You Bet. Well you know most people recognize Zig Ziglar may be one of the get one of the best speakers who ever walk the stage. He was mesmerizing. He had thirty years stretch where he's a twenty five to thirty five times a year to crowds averaging aging over twelve thousand size. I mean that is pretty impressive. The biggest event he spoke to was at the Georgia Dome they had over eighty thousand people there so that is just an amazing legacy in and of itself. Then he wrote now. It's like forty five books and here's an amazing. The thing is they've transcribed some of those speeches against some of the audio programs and again and they release books since he's passed away asked away in November two thousand eighteen thousand twelve so in the last seven years. There's been another ten books come out which once again just kind Hanna speaks his legacy? But I tell people is as good as dad was on stage or in writing he was he was better. He was even better at how parade rage speaker. Great off her that he was a better dad he was a better. He's one of the few people in our industry that when you look we call it. Balanced success mental spiritual physical family financial person career. He was ten Outta ten on just about all of those on a regular basis is not going to have challenges not that he didn't have setbacks but he really live the life of tech integrity and for for those who met him. They would tell you that. There's never been a more kind or humble person as well and I think that's the key a lot of times when people have that level of success. The the pride usually catches up and get some they start. They start believing the press clippings in it gets him in trouble. Dad was always always careful to say. Hey I'm blessed in the reason you know about me as because of a lot of other people in my face so that's pretty awesome. You know for someone who's had that level of success to be attentive ten on everything that's pretty awesome so you look back at his life us rich in six years. He was the tenth child. All stroke kids and one of the things that I've heard about him was that he started working pretty early in life and then then he lost his dad when he was about five his sister couple of months later so he's had his own set of trials and tribulations and then he got working very soon in his life and his work. Life wasn't even Smoltz Bat. So what do you think triggered him getting onto the stage so just just to Kinda give everybody a quick recap His Dad died when he was five and his mom only had a fifth grade education. So He's the Tenth of twelve kids grew up in Mississippi. This was in the heart of the Great Depression Russian and later in life. You never really said this much but he said you know. Our family was considered the second poorest family in that town and it was a little town and one of the poorest states in nearly were He started working. He was six years old selling peanuts on the corner and in any work in the grocery store because he had to. He goes often in in school. He doesn't do. Well goes into the navy into World War Two gets out other navy. He gets a sales job in for two and a half years. He didn't sell anything while he did. He sold his car and sold his picture. Her just to survive. And then a man named Merrill data Respected Merrill was a leader of the organization. Somebody that everybody looked up. You came to that. Looked him in the eye and said Zig in all my years. I've never seen such a waste. But if you believed in yourself itself and went to work on a regular schedule you could be champion. And that was the first time then. Anybody of authority in dad respected acted told him that he can be a champion and so that personal belief from someone else. I I mean this is really you know this. Because you're a coach. This coaches do. is they see the potential that somebody has already within and they draw out and they transfer confidence to that person. So that's what happened to dad so immediately went to work trying to figure out. What does it mean to believe myself? I self and he started going to work on a regular basis that was direct sales so he would knock on the door every day. You know residential sales not only to work at. AM At the end of the year. He finished number two out of seven thousand people in the previous two years. He'd never been a top five thousand. The only thing that changed. She didn't know the product better. He didn't know the demonstration better. He didn't know you know relationship skills any better. The the only thing that changed was is belief in himself instead of thinking. You know they'll never buy for me. Your why would they want to talk to me. He began to say they've got a problem. I've got a solution. Of course they're going to open the door and out of that is career blossom because when you become cup number two out of seven thousand salespeople what is management what management wants you to start training their people so the door open for him to do sales training writing and this is an interesting story because when he first started doing sales training it was all about closing skills sales techniques building report getting referrals earls all the things that are classically taught at sales and the more he did it more. He realized that that's not where the problems challenges the I'm thinking. He had which is able didn't have the foundational belief in themselves and allow them to form of air capability and so as he grew in as he gained years of experience his presentations his speaking transition from technical sales to interpersonal. Your personal success in motivation and discipline and character and hard work and integrity in the things that really matter. And that's how he got started ended up who he sang in one of the things he lived on initially early in his career when he was training salespeople was who ensure that they were respected Internet. Something that I had read about. How did he pink about salespeople throughout his career and then how did that start attracting others? Well I'll tell you how nope how big of a deal it was. He believes that sales he believes that sales was the greatest professional. When you think about it I love studying words? Things like that in Hebrew language. There's two words for the words sale and one of them has eaten Roe value. I mean it's a very deep words very moral word. It has a lot of implications and what it really means. Is it a salesperson IOS person when they're in the process of selling they're actually looking into the future of the prospects life anticipating anticipating a problem. They might have and then helping them solve the problem before it ever happens now. That's a pretty high moral calling. When you think about about I mean is there any? Is there any better service to man that we can do to help them to avoid a problem that could hurt hurt doom and their business or their personal life or in their family life. I mean that's what a great salesperson debts and so he approached it that way and he believed Ledin. It's so much and this is kind of funny. I was born on February first. Nineteen sixty five and Columbia South Carolina in on February. The second one thousand nine hundred sixty five there was a newspaper announcement in the Columbia newspaper. That said John Thomas Ziglar. A salesman was born in February first. Nineteen sixty five in so I teased. People say have you ever met a boring sales. And they'll say no and I say well you have now and that's how convicted and how proud dad was of being in the sales profession. Now here's the reality reality is as you could be proud of it when you do it with complete integrity and you have a chronic or service that solves the problem that benefits that individual that organization for the long term. When that's what you're offering? Why wouldn't you be proud of that in just that one shift Wait a second salesperson and sales people you know they're shifting and you can't trust them if your whole mindset is that no wonder nobody wants to talk to you right but if your mindset is a I can solve the problem that's GonNa prevent you from having pains future. Just let's see if it's a fair Eh. When that's the mindset then the doors open why you know one thing would zig was? There was immense positive meeting when I look back at his career. A major portion of his career was even before Internet was more time than was not easy to publish books does not uneasy to corral people into crowds and speak to them. Talk to them but he he did all that and then he called Lake wildfire or do you attribute do you know there's a there's I call up Zig Ziglar secret influence Formula Ella and I'll I'll share it with the reason I call it. Secret is because I don't even think dad knew he was doing it but I'm kind of a nerd. I'm kind of an intellectual ingineers alike to figure out why things work the way they do and so I always wonder you know in and I'm sure you've had this you hear a great speaker you take.

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"But it also brings joy because that's what they're good at. Yes. That right there. Just look again. I'm I'm going to ask you folks, take permission to give gravity some of those things that really really ruin your wa as my wife would say Steve Patterson here and. He says the world win from the book to odds principle. I totally get soon by the get consumed by the world wind often. And sometimes it's just not easy to jump out of it and get back on focus. At risk of shameless self promotion, which if it's shameless it's not a risk, right? Tom. I'm gonna just promote here. My first thought of that was goals planner. Ziglar planner. That the testimonies. I have heard to that thanks, folks. And I'm ask you to speak on it. But whether it's that or something else, but I hear you say that is mine is well the world went I have a big family multiple businesses. And the thing that I am able to combat that with most is having some semblance. However, you do it. There's not one way to do it some semblance of a plan for your day. And starting it off as Thomas talk about in some quiet in in some reframing and renewing your mind as the bible says every day. But again, we'll talk about the you can talk about Ziglar planner enough people can do it different ways. But that thing testimony Tom has been nearly second to none for people who really use it. And let me talk about the principal have this quote in. It says. For business owners and people who earn the business world, a a system simply a habit for your.

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"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

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02:41 min | 3 years ago

"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Well hake. Karen little here. I wanna I could've started the show with this. Because she just said, you know, what's again, what what disturbs peace. What is there to be the enemy of peace? You said me the biggest enemy can live between my ears. So for disclosure a lot of people responded that way. And I asked us a lot of my said, okay. Tell me what the specifics are. And so I am trying to read the more specific ones. But yeah, I think when we say what disturbs peace. I mean, it's got to be ninety five percent of the time me, it's us. We do. We're back to the point into the foundation, Ziglar and self talk and the things that are going on in our own heads, whether it's being frustrated by nose or having fear or whatnot. So yeah, that was your first thought, I think that's most people. But now we're trying to get to the specifics. Okay. How does that manifest because it is for different people? And that's what we've been talking about here case in point Jennifer Meisel here. She says. What what does her piece working on commission has been constantly worried about money? God has always provided for me. So I'm not sure why I'm always worried about it. But it keeps me up at night. I so appreciate that testimony to I always provided for me. I'm not sure why worried about again, how often is that where we look at that. I can do that with money and business and new endeavors and things looked back over my time to go win of ever been bereft. When did I ever end up homeless the next morning, Tom? It's never happened in my kids go without close. It hasn't happened yet. Why do I do we come back? It's the story. There's the age old story, and they'll testament and Genesis exodus of the Israelites coming out of Egypt and how God would come down flurry of miracle. Save them and the next minute. They're ready to just walk back to their slavery. I we read that Thomas has been kinda hit on me recently. I think we we as the. Church tend to read those stories and think that we're we're Moses right? We're the we're the in the know, and as I've been studying it again recently. Oh, man. I I and we were the people where the people and we go awry over and over and over again. It's it's significant. So Jennifer, I feel your pain there for sure. Matt Horne here, Tom he says the overwhelming feeling of always needing to be on. I thought about this with you. I mean, I have my times of being on your Ziglar. You're there Ziglar HQ. You got events going on coaching. You're doing you. Generally. No matter what happens to you. No matter how you feel in the morning at some point during the day you have to be on. So I'll let you respond, but Matt goes on to say he says always.

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"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Our world has ever known who believed we could all be more do more and have more. How improve ourselves beginning with how we think about ourselves. So today, let's breakdown some personal development. This is our habits show where we walked through the seven spokes on Ziglar we love life. And this time we get to do it with Rick Hansen. Our guest in show six forty seven where we talked about resilience and hard wiring and happiness in walk it through Rix habits here. I was intrigued by his exercise of dwelling on being enough that he had any moment is enough and instruct me how often I don't feel enough, and I know from testimony that so many people suffer from this perspective, this handicap who. We would say oh my gosh. You're amazing. And yet we still get that feeling of enough or not being stuck in a so really interesting to hear Rick talk about it and with Rick. I'll encourage you also if you didn't hear in the last show or in the main show checkout his foundations of wellbeing dot com. It's the foundations of wellbeing dot com, offering its year long program for lasting happiness confidence, and peace of mind, really significant. Okay. We'll have is going to dive straight in with Rick after I share some great resources with you. All right. Well, here then I bring you. Rick Hansen his personal habits for success. Okay. Rick will and being hard wired for happiness and resilient. I'm I know you you tested to this a lot in our first show together. The main interview of the things that you have to call on your own tricks and trades for yourself to walk this stuff out. So let's go through the seven spokes Ziglar wheel of life and just hear what are the habitual things that you do to try to be resilient in all of these seven areas. The first one is just the physical and nutrition side of your life and habits. Yeah. I love the you're talking about practices and habits while you do routinely. And I've you make me think of saying teaching twenty five hundred years old. Goes like this quote think not lightly of good saying you will not come to me drop by drop is the water pot. Phil, likewise wise, one gathering little by little hills oneself with good and that focus on drop by drop by drop is I think really really helpful for example, physical health. You're not gonna kill yourself. Probably by having a Big Mac dis- tons of ad of delicious hamburger, you're not gonna kill yourself on the other hand, you're not gonna save your physical health having some super-duper organic salad somewhere..

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"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Getting that folks if you haven't seen Simon cynic interviewed here on the show, a cynic S, I N E K the guy wrote the book start with why he type in Simon cynic millennials. He has a video that's been seen at bazillion. Times on the but really on screens on smartphones on the dopamine hit. But if I look at that, I've got kids of all ages, and you look at the culture, and what's happening with them now to sit there and be damned with this little thing. That's given us in his words, a little dopamine hit. It's hard for me, not to feel like we are hearing more and more towards a narcissistic bent, and I so I don't discount that words. Let's take it out of the mental illness aspect of it. And just say narcissistic, self serving activities to me seem to be on a rise as a culture thing. I completely agree agree. And if you don't like the word, narcissistic, it's just selfish. It is just thinking of yourself before somebody else, and we all do it to some degree in different scenarios some more than others. But. I agree that are maybe because of the screens maybe because his social media, but I see more and more to in a in a younger generation. But I also think seed in my generation of people that are just like, no, I'm taking time for me. And I'm I'm thinking about me, and there's a fine line between doing what's best for you, which is just boundaries. And you do need to have those and then doing with best for you. And not having any regard for anyone else. And so what we're talking about this having no regard for anyone else to keep those healthy bounds. I love what you said. Because I feel like we tend to focus on the extremes a person who does nothing, but pour out to others in wears himself down and the other person who sometimes that person recovering who goes the other way and starts alive of only serving themselves, and that balance is going to be different for everyone. Thank you for pointing that out. I think that's that's wise for sure I'm gonna read one more here, Natalie Vilson. Number one. She's at cynicism gotten older, I realize it's about myself. I have a hard time trusting people overall. So I questioned a lot of things and also struggle without the number one area, this impacts places impact passes, my walk with the Lord. I've also recognized my cynicism and skepticism perhaps deeper rooted issue of how I see myself. It's easier to point the finger than look in the mirror. I wanted to end on that one because all of these issues. I'll read cynicism compromise disconnection relevance, pride narcissism emptiness out. It's him tempting to say that. That's all they all come from. How we see ourselves. Which is then how we see the world kind of going back to the rose colored glasses or the crap colored glasses. I guess, but how we see ourselves comes to the heart of the message of Ziglar. And if you talk about his self talk, what's folks, you can always get Ziglar dot com for its last self talk. You can get those and changing the way that we see ourselves. I don't know if there's any more powerful way to battle these things we're talking about show battle. It's battlefield of the mind. Really? And you have to you have to take it hostage and just feed it feed at the good stuff. And I do believe in the self talk card. I started that when I was eighteen I still do it giving it to my kids. And it's it's you will always go in the direction of your thoughts. So why not put in where you want to end up in? I absolutely. All right..

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"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Getting that folks if you haven't seen Simon cynic interviewed here on the show, a cynic S, I N E K the guy wrote the book start with why he type in Simon cynic millennials. He has a video that's been seen at bazillion. Times on the but really on screens on smartphones on the dopamine hit. But if I look at that, I've got kids of all ages, and you look at the culture, and what's happening with them now to sit there and be damned with this little thing. That's given us in his words, a little dopamine hit. It's hard for me, not to feel like we are hearing more and more towards a narcissistic bent, and I so I don't discount that words. Let's take it out of the mental illness aspect of it. And just say narcissistic, self serving activities to me seem to be on a rise as a culture thing. I completely agree agree. And if you don't like the word, narcissistic, it's just selfish. It is just thinking of yourself before somebody else, and we all do it to some degree in different scenarios some more than others. But. I agree that are maybe because of the screens maybe because his social media, but I see more and more to in a in a younger generation. But I also think seed in my generation of people that are just like, no, I'm taking time for me. And I'm I'm thinking about me, and there's a fine line between doing what's best for you, which is just boundaries. And you do need to have those and then doing with best for you. And not having any regard for anyone else. And so what we're talking about this having no regard for anyone else to keep those healthy bounds. I love what you said. Because I feel like we tend to focus on the extremes a person who does nothing, but pour out to others in wears himself down and the other person who sometimes that person recovering who goes the other way and starts alive of only serving themselves, and that balance is going to be different for everyone. Thank you for pointing that out. I think that's that's wise for sure I'm gonna read one more here, Natalie Vilson. Number one. She's at cynicism gotten older, I realize it's about myself. I have a hard time trusting people overall. So I questioned a lot of things and also struggle without the number one area, this impacts places impact passes, my walk with the Lord. I've also recognized my cynicism and skepticism perhaps deeper rooted issue of how I see myself. It's easier to point the finger than look in the mirror. I wanted to end on that one because all of these issues. I'll read cynicism compromise disconnection relevance, pride narcissism emptiness out. It's him tempting to say that. That's all they all come from. How we see ourselves. Which is then how we see the world kind of going back to the rose colored glasses or the crap colored glasses. I guess, but how we see ourselves comes to the heart of the message of Ziglar. And if you talk about his self talk, what's folks, you can always get Ziglar dot com for its last self talk. You can get those and changing the way that we see ourselves. I don't know if there's any more powerful way to battle these things we're talking about show battle. It's battlefield of the mind. Really? And you have to you have to take it hostage and just feed it feed at the good stuff. And I do believe in the self talk card. I started that when I was eighteen I still do it giving it to my kids. And it's it's you will always go in the direction of your thoughts. So why not put in where you want to end up in? I absolutely. All right..

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"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

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04:13 min | 3 years ago

"ziglar" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"It's great Jamie McClellan says it's building relationships as the knowledge you needed to take action on he says, I started a new job two years ago. It was one of those situations where I felt I was not qualified and they could have chosen many other candidates. I've made it a point to use. What I've learned from guys like zig Ziglar Jeffrey get him or less Brown. John Maxwell, Tom Ziglar and Kevin Miller since building those relationships whenever I am faced with the situation that I'm unfamiliar with Ernst certain that I can figure out. I now have so many people I can call on to come in the cyst me to assist me. And they're happy to do. So I know this would not be possible. Without the knowledge I've gained from you guys. I mentioned above relationship building is an art and I'm excited to learn more from the best. Thank you. We're going to stay me. Thanks for the testimony, and Tom I I mean, I think it just it's par for the coach. We look at the people. We interview on the show. I don't know. I never find anybody. That says that I felt isolated. I mean, they all have such a network. It's just by proxy of being at a high level of success. There's no way you can do it helpfully and with true success alone. And we always see folks who have a bed rock of relationships that they have relied on still do. And when they don't we generally see problems start to happen. Yeah. You know, wanting to one of the books that really meant a lot to me was rabbi Lapins business secrets of the bible and in the first couple of chapters. He basically says. God designed is four relationships everything in creation just begs relationship in. So yeah, I would think well, here's the thing. I've got a friend. Boy, does he charge a lot of money for coaching. But he doesn't call it coaching. He calls it. He's he gets performance performance results consultant in. I was like really you charge. All that in. He goes. Yeah, I go. What do you do? And he says the same thing you do. And I go how do you do it? And he said, well, it's real simple. I say I asked him what's holding you back. Okay. There's the pain where do you wanna be right? And then he says, the the answer's always assigned their relationships aren't right. Well, you know, I got a point out, Tom. You'll appreciate this. Of course is the book by our buddy Howard, Partridge the power of community. He puts really he really to me what I got out of that was pointing out the deficit that we have people in as a culture of not having heavy say less and less strong relationships in what we're missing out on and what we will gain by having those. It's spoke to me, and it's not that I didn't have relationships, but it really motivated me to strengthen them and make the effort early today, the investment to be more consistent and taking action being proactive on building those relationships. All right one more here. Barb goni. She said I've recently learned about a concept called Parkinson's law, which says at the time we allocate to a task determined. How long it will take? For example, we have to write a report. And we tell ourselves that. We can do it by Friday and today, it's Monday. It'll then take us the whole week to complete the report. Whereas if we have a busy schedule, and we give ourselves until Tuesday afternoon to do it. It can also get done by Tuesday. This is a massive discovery for me who has a teacher, spends hours and hours planning teaching materials that I now know I can plan much quicker by just giving myself a specific amount of time for doing it. And I enjoy a little extra time at home with my baby or listening to an interesting podcast like this one why love that. 'cause I'm a fan of deadlines. Even if I have to manufacture myself, of course. But the thing that I I thought of is an folks who've been listening to the show along time, you I'm sure you've heard this in multiple Ziglar clips where he talks about the what is the last day before vacation before day vacation go. Yeah. Yeah..

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"You guys and everyone who makes us podcast possible for being there and speaking truth Tom back to Steve's things she is ready to make a big move. I love it. I love the I think it's the Japanese who look at a beautiful piece of pottery or vase, and it's been used for centuries. And were they see the beauty is in the cracks. Now. It's in the every day that is where the beauty comes from. And so I just I want to apply that I would say a good twenty percent of those who come through our Ziglar legacy certification one of the doubts. They have when they walk in is am I good enough? You know, can I carry this name? We'll look at everybody else in this room their life seems to be perfect. And when they grow through the class like the graduation reveal is wait a second. You are going to have just the way you are. In fact, the cracks the way to live has happened to you the way you've responded to the things that you've learned along the journey. Those are the real things that are going to make the difference in other. Nls lives. And so it's not a it's it's not a, you know, just a complete denial of these things happen to me. It's way to second. These things happen to me for purpose. And who I am today is it's beautiful. Right. And I've gotta have a right relationship with myself with my creator. But who I am accepting who I am is gonna give me the ability to reach people who nobody else could reach. And if there's a meaning purpose of life. We know it's to serve others. But what if the trials are you've been through either because life is unfair or because of bad decisions are combination of both. What if you're in a perfect position to help somebody nobody else in life can? Maybe what you said about the cracks when I talk about all the people that we all the guests that we have here on the show going through their habits. None of them don't have some intentional morning ritual in the same sense. I can't think of one person who we've talked to who is not cracked. That's where they come from. That's what that's what Tom, and I don't mean to minimize anyone's cracking out there because some of it is just tragic and really hard to see the redemption in. But there it is there's where we're looking at we've all got cracks, and we should my gosh. If you don't have some cracks you probably not trying hard enough. Even if you didn't come to a tragic upbringing, I don't know many big business successes. That didn't wreck business. Maybe it wasn't tragic. But that's how they learn learn what not to do. They weren't what to do. Right. There's gotta be some cracks. But can we have those be redemptive? And like you said Tom used those to do what we couldn't do. Otherwise, what other people couldn't do? What's unique about that crack or do? They overcome us. I mean, there's there's the holy grail in so many census right there. So here's to being cracked. We say Tom cracked in two thousand nineteen. So we'd go with that. Gosh, lady, rela whatever your name is. Maybe we'll be revealed there. Thank you for sharing that I think you just spoke to all of us to some degree. And it's one of the most inspiring post. I think that that we got there. Thank you for sharing that. Thank you, all for responding as you have Tom always a gift to do this with you. I am inspired. Amen, brother. You do a great job. I love getting all the reports of what you're doing. So Ziglar Ziglar show. People are you know, they are eloquent and how they speak of how you've been the caretaker for this really taken its next level. So as we finished two thousand eighteen going into two thousand nineteen I'm blessed, and you're part of it. Thank you for blessing me. I am honored to be a messenger. Here of Ziegler message and how weaves its way through everyone's lives. Thank you all blessings to your new year with there, you go folks are charged that we do have control. We can't choose..

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"Hi, ever wanted. This is year life. Coach deprivation welcoming you to taking a leap today. Wrigley to be talking about the topic of. Living is going to be all about stop, settling, and start living, how to get what you want. Now? No, most of us have made New Year's resolutions, but homing of us have actually accomplish them. Most people don't finish those. The is hacked with people on January second and Mt on paper. Second for that very reason is usually short term. What I do know though, is that a side from New Year's resolutions, you'll have goals rail goals that you create things that you want to accomplish. Things you want to do things. You want to have things you simply want to improve in your life. And yes, of course, the all do. We all have things we want to do to move our lives forward, but I bet you would be surprised to find out that ninety two percent of us don't achieve the goals that we set out to achieve, and it's not just those first gold at the beginning of the year, those new resolution? No, it's all in general. So today we're going to talk a Bose. You can get inspired in motivated. Excitable, wanting those goals. You can take your lead and really get them done and be one of the eight percents that actually reach several. So what are some of the goals we tend to have. We have career goals. People are looking for promotions for career changes, some going back to school to get degrees and certifications. We have relationship goals where people they want to create new relations, whether it's professional personal there, people who want to get into relationships, romantic relationships. There are people who want to repair those relationships that just are simply not working. And then we have personal goals, whether it be learning or mastering skill, losing weight, exercising, working on our self confidence or getting more spiritually focused. The list goes on. And no one goal is more important than the other. It just depends on the individual and their circumstance. There may be one person who is content with where they are in their career, but they feel alone or do not have any good supportive relationship to speak. All while there may be that person who has great relationships. They have the grit career. They look like they have it all. But they lack in self image self worth or something that you're hiding behind a smile. I'm going to share with you one thing. One characteristic, one word, even that when you focus on this, you become held to actually reach those goals. Those things that you want those things that you want to have be and do. Do think about what he wants in your life? Just think about what goals you have think about some of the things that you want. Take a minute and jot those down on a couple of them. Because for me, I know I want to become fluent in Spanish. I know that there is a book that I need to complete. Also wants to learn to play the guitar. What

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"With social services and addiction treatment prosecutors in brooklyn say driver who struck and killed two children in march had already been ordered by doctors not to get behind the wheel dorothy bruns was arrested and charged yesterday with manslaughter and other crimes transportation alternatives executive director paul steely white says the charges could send a warning to other drivers with serious medical issues if you drive in a similar fashion you as a driver could also say those kinds of felony charges prosecutors say bruns was hospitalized in january after she had a seizure behind the wheel and at that time doctors told her not to dry for at least a year bronzes attorney didn't respond to a request for comment the borough of leonia new jersey is sticking to its controversial new traffic restriction even though the state attorney general says it has no power to enforce them earlier this year the borrow issued an ordinance to stop outoftowners from using its streets to bypass rush hour traffic near the george washington bridge technically violators are subject to a fine but leonia mayor judah ziglar says his officers are not issuing any citations we said all along this was not about raising money we said all along this was not about ruining people's days with two hundred dollar tickets we said all along this was about addressing technology ziglar says he created the ordinance to block gps apps like google maps in ways from suggesting leonia as a shortcut new yorker ferry writers are taking to the water in greater numbers and into the mayor says the city will spend three hundred million dollars to buy new boats for the ferry system he says while the money won't be available to fix the city subways the boats are important because they reach communities outside of the subway network people in neighborhoods all over the city that were under underserved talk to people in the rockaways talked to people in story ah talk to people in red hook the city says it subsidizes the ferries at a rate of six dollars and sixty cents per rider which is about equal to what the mta pays for the.

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