Zig Ziglar

July 1, 2008  Vol III   Issue 27                                  Print Version

If standard of living is your major objective, quality of life almost never improves, but if quality of life is your number one objective, your standard of living almost always improves.


Zig Ziglar

Riddle of the Week

Mountains will crumble and temples will fall, and no man can survive its endless call.



By Croft M. Pentz
It is better to be blind than to see things wrongly.
The Christian who is too severe in his criticism of others usually is too lenient with himself.
If you take pleasure in criticism, it’s time to hold your tongue.
Faults are the easiest things to find in others.
Never accuse others to excuse yourself.

Published with permission by Tyndale House Publishers

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Built on the foundational principles of honesty, integrity, character, trust, loyalty and love, the I CAN program teaches educators, parents and youth leaders across America how to achieve their fullest potential and to bring out the best in others.

The National I CAN Workshop is scheduled for July 14-15, 2008. Led by Ziglar featured speaker Bob Alexander, the Workshop will teach you:
· Classroom Management
· Differential Learning
· Qualities of Successful Administrators and Teachers
· Strategies to Improve School Communication
· And more…

Click here for more information, or contact Bob Alexander at bob@yesican.net .


Zig On

Solving the “Blues” Problem        

By Zig Ziglar

By Zig Ziglar

sadFirst, let me define the “blues.”  I am not referring to clinical depression, which is a medical condition and requires the help of a skilled physician.  I use the term “blues” to describe the type of depression most of us experience at one time or another.  It simply starts with a mild case of “stinking thinking” and accelerates into a severe case of “stinking thinking.”  

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Convert It!
 By Chip Lutz
Right hook to the jaw!  Uppercut to the chin!  Sucker punch to the gut!  Life can throw some vicious punches, can’t it?  With gas prices, food prices, and the continual stream of negative news pummeling us every day, we can be left feeling breathless – trying to get up off the mat before the referee counts 10 and the negative influence is declared the victor.  Like any prize fighter, what is needed is a strategy BEFORE getting into the ring.  A strategy for being a “converter” – someone who knows how to convert life’s negative blows and deal with them in a positive manner.   No matter what punches are thrown or what problems are faced, if you want to keep going and not throw in the towel, here are simple strategies for converting.

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Small Business

Eight Great Resources Offered by the IRS

By Andrew Brown

Most of us wince when we hear a mention of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). However, for those who are running a home-based or small business, the IRS can be a useful and welcome ally. In fact, many IRS tools and publications are designed to help the small business manage their everyday tasks and finances.
irsHere’s a brief summary of the tools available to you through the IRS (www.irs.gov).
1. Getting Started
The site offers detailed explanations of what it means to be self-employed or an independent contractor and includes information on obtaining employer identification numbers (EINs), guidelines for operating and closing businesses and filing requirements.
2. Online Learning and Educational Products
From calendars and small business operational guidelines, the IRS features a thorough offering of DVDs, articles and Web-based courses. For example, the “Virtual Small Business Tax Workshop DVD” provides interactive information and resources in a workshop format in 10 lessons that are subtitled in English, Spanish, and Mandarin Chinese. 3 hours and 43 minutes of running time. In addition, you can order up to 5 copies free.

Read more…

Zig Recommends
Making It Happen: Leadership Keys for People Who Must Produce Results
by Bob Alexander

What qualities define a leader? How do individuals gain positions of leadership? The former Director of Educational Services and Director of Sales for the Zig Ziglar Corporation has worked with scores of business and education leaders over the years.
Concise and succinct, Bob Alexander provides a simple, practical solution to some serious challenges faced by leaders on a daily basis in all walks of life.
Alexander believes that leaders cannot expect results from others if they are unwilling to produce results themselves. Leaders must set an example for others and maintain a critical matrix of leadership tools. Making it Happen highlights these two requirements for leadership success and provides readers with a roadmap for achievement.

Copyright 2008, Ziglar, Inc.

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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”.

Posted on July 9, 2008, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. You have a great website. Brian Tracy and Bob Procter are my mentors.

    Have you seen their new training site iLearningGlobal? They train through hi-def video, without buffering. Pretty cool.

    You can link to http://www.ilgtv.com to watch an overview video from Brian Tracy and Bob Procter.

    The actual training site is http://www.ilearningglobal.tv



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