Developing The Qualities of Success : How to Stay Motivated Volume One
Ziglar's Qualities of Success was created with a focus on helping your people succeed. This program is designed to help you grow personally and professionally in four critical areas: qualities, abilities, skills, and attitudes. By focusing on these core areas, you gain characteristics of success, professionalism, excellence, and perhaps the very best return of all: improve...more
But no doubt these are fantastic lectures by my all time favourite author Zig - such a shame this amazing man has left this world - May God bless his soul as he has most likely impacted thousands of not millions positively with his work a ...more
The book is full of examples an ...more
With that said, he has a really good message that is practical and fun to listen too. He teaches you things that you can start doing today to improve your life, he then does it with gr ...more
There was definitely ...more
Zig is the perfect combination of stand up comedian, baptist minister, and humble grandfather being able to deliver all these messages.
And, he is old school. And I mean OLD s ...more
Yesterday is truly over.
Moral values, faith, hope, love and integrity is important.
You have to believe in God.
Zig differs and he says this, that he's not a New Age philosopher. We can't do everything. It's God who works while we have hope. Through the trials of his own life he has stayed on the path of belief and I find that the examples from his own life make it very believable. I loved ...more
Zig Ziglar ha sido consistente en mostrar valores éticos y Morales a través de sus libros. Lo hizo con SECRETS ON CLOSING THE SALES y lo ha hecho también con éste libro DEVELOPING THE QUALITIES OF SUCCESS. Él parte de la premisa de que para tener hay, primeramente, que hacer y que para hacer es necesario, antes que todo, ser. Lo recomiendo a todo aquel o aquella que quiera incursionar exitosamente en el campo de las ventas.
"You are able to achieve your goals as much as you help others to achieve theirs."
It is hard to disagree with that kind of attitude. I fully agree and recommend this book for anyone interested in self-development