Zig Ziglar has experienced relationships—all kinds of relationships. In this album he shares with his listeners what seventy-seven years (now eighty-three years) of interaction with mother, siblings, wife, children, co-workers, bosses, employees, mentors, meeting planners, celebrities and the general public have taught him. He speaks warmly and freely from his heart, hoping to ease the way through various learning experiences for those still approaching those paths. When Zig says, \"You can have everything in life you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want,\" it is essentially a paraphrase of The Golden Rule. He believes and teaches that our obedience to God\'s command to love one another is the cornerstone to our business, family and social relationships. Christian Motivation for Daily Living: Building Winning Relationships is a twelve lesson series designed to provide you with biblically based tools to have the kinds of relationships that nurture, teach, enrich and engage us as God intended. Zig shares the passion and joy of his personal relationships and his faith as he focuses on the critical human need for establishing strong bonds with those we love, with whom we work and who play a pivotal role in our lives. Discover for yourself the inner peace and true happiness that come from living the abundant life God planned for you.
As a talented author and speaker his international appeal has transcended every color, culture, and career. Recognized by his peers as the quintessential motivational genius of our times, Zig Ziglar’s unique delivery style and powerful messages have earned him many honors and today he is considered one of the most versatile authorities on the science of human potential. Having shared the stage with Presidents Ford, Reagan and Bush, Generals Norman Schwarzkopf and Secretary of State Colin Powell, Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, Paul Harvey and Dr. Robert Schuller, he is one of the most sought after personal development trainers in the world. As a patriot he has been recognized three times in the Congressional Record of the United States for his work with youth in the drug war and for his dedication to America and the free enterprise system. Titans of business, politics and sports consider him to be the single greatest influence in their lives.
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