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March 11, 2008  Vol III   Issue 11                                   Print Version

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Don’t be distracted by criticism. Remember- the only taste of success some people have is when they take a bite out of you.

Zig Ziglar

Riddle of the Week

Not born, but from a mother’s body drawn, I hang until half of me is gone. I sleep in a cave until I grow old, then valued for my hardened gold. What am I?

Answer

Zingers

By Croft M. Pentz

Have courage to let go of the things not worth sticking to.

How many would go deer hunting if the deer could shoot back?

To see what is right and not to do it is cowardice.

A man who gives in when he is wrong is wise; a man who gives in when he is right is a coward.

Dishonesty is a coward’s way of getting out of trouble.

Published with permission by Tyndale House Publishers

Where’s Zig

March 25: Mobile, AL
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March 27: Charleston, SC
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April 2: Bakersfield, CA
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What’s New at Ziglar?
By now most of you have probably heard about the Ziglar Vault and our exciting new Encourage Our Military program.  Check out the Ziglar Blog to read Michael Norton’s thoughts on technology and the opportunity to support our troops. 

If you’re not familiar with Encourage Our Military, click here to read all of the details! Also, if you know someone currently serving in the U.S. Military who would benefit from receiving Zig’s message (for FREE), click here to access our Tell A Military Member feature. 

Zig On
Difference-Makers Have Courage
By Zig Ziglar

When Jackie Robinson was brought to the major leagues by Brooklyn Dodgers ownder Branch Rickey, he was the first African-American to play major league ball. At that point, Mr. Rickey carefully explained to him that he would have thousands of chances to lose his temper and get upset because of the overt racism that existed in the major leagues at that time.

Read more…

Time Management

Ten Tips to Master Time Management

By Kirsty Dunphey

“Until you value yourself… you will not value your time; until you value your time… you will not do anything with it.”
– M. Scott Peck, Author

Time management, as anyone who works with me would know, is one of my big complaints, issues, concerns. It’s also one of the most frequent things that people rate themselves lowest on in things like performance reviews.  

Success
The 1-2 Punch of Success… Energy and Passion

By John Rowley

The most essential factor is persistence- the determination never to allow your energy or enthusiasm (passion) to be dampened by the discouragement that must inevitably come.
– James Whitcomb Riley

When you have the energy to fuel your passion, success is sure to follow. The 1-2 punch of energy and passion is the key to success in life. In order to be successful in any endeavor you will need to overcome much discouragement, frustration and failure, and the key to rising above these things is energy and passion.

Read more…

Special Book Recommendation
The All Star Sales Book

Several of us recently read a book that we want to recommend.  The book is entitled The All Star Sales Book by Billy Cox.

In the game of life and business there are no time outs and no overtimes. You only get one chance to play. The question you have to ask yourself is, do I want to wait on the sidelines or do I want to win? If you want to win you Gotta Get In The Game! In the book, Billy reveals through sports analogies, inspiring stories, and real life experiences that small improvements can lead to enormous differences in results.

Click here to read more…

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About klungiwe

Katherine Lungiwe is a Sales executive. One of my best quote is “If it’s going to be, it’s up to you”.

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