The Ziglar ShowAuthor: Kevin Miller
24 Apr 2019

The Ziglar Show

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Why do some people achieve and succeed and some do not? We are all capable of more, so what causes some to believe it and make progress toward our desires, while others get stuck? Zig Ziglar is acclaimed as the world’s premier motivator and in this show, host Kevin Miller and Ziglar star co-hosts continue the legacy by bringing you today’s top world influencers and deciphering what brought them from “zero to hero”. What do they attribute their early desire to? What did they have to do to grow that desire? How did they overcome the challenges of their lives? Listen and get massively awakened, inspired and equipped to move beyond your current reality.

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    674: Q&A | What blame has been holding you back?

    Hopefully we all know that placing blame on anything or anyone is simply giving our power away. Zig drives home this point with a short message and states that when we stop blaming and take full responsibility for our lives, we free ourselves up to move freely and faster. Hearing these truths and actually walking in them however, are two very different things. Most of the time blame slips in and we don’t realize we’re giving our power to it. When it comes in the form of a person, as Zig points out, it requires forgiveness. From this concept and Zig’s message, I posted this question to the Ziglar listeners, "What is something or someone you blamed that was holding you back, and now you've let go (forgiven?) and have moved on to greater success?" I believe you’ll find the responses comforting and freeing. If someone else can move beyond a well deserved blame, so can you. Tom Ziglar joined me to talk through your heart felt responses.

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  • Posted on 24 Apr 2019

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    673: Habits | Jonni Pollard asks what is essential and what is frivolous

    Wouldn’t we all like to know what is essential and what is frivolous in our lives? Maybe we think we subconsciously know, but I for one would be interested in getting it all out on the table. This is our habits show and our muse today is Jonni Pollard, founder of the to ranked meditation app, One Giant Mind. He was our guest in show 671 where we discussed, how to free ourselves from...ourselves! No surprise that a mainstay habit of Jonni’s is meditating. But it was the financial spoke where he discussed asking himself what was essential and what was frivolous. I just saw the concept as being relevant to all the spokes and all of life. I also appreciated the guiding light of his Career spoke being another question he asks himself, “How can I be of best service?” Mentally? Another questions he asks, “How can I be better?” It’s a show of brilliant questions. Check out Jonni’s podcast, One Giant Mind.

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  • Posted on 22 Apr 2019

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    672: Q&A | What can you delegate, automate or eliminate, with Michael Hyatt

    You can’t do it all and chances are 99% you are currently doing too much. But you are stuck, right? Join the crowd. But insanity is doing the same things over and over and hoping for different results, right? In who #663 we talked with Michael Hyatt about his book, ‘Free To Focus’. There are three segments of the book; Stop, Cut, and Act. I really honed in on the difficulty of CUT-ting. STOP-ping to take things into account and chart a course, then ACT-ing on the course...I think most of us do pretty well, and those seem to get primary focus in the personal development sector. But then we generally get overwhelmed. So the middle initiative, CUTTING...realizing everything we say yes to, just adds up to overwhelmedness if we don’t also say NO to things, is what I used as our focal point in this show. I asked these questions to our audience, 1) What are some GOOD things you do in your life, daily and weekly, that might be getting in the way of GREAT things you could invest in? And 2) If half your responsibilities disappeared, what meaningful work would you spend more time doing? In your career/business and personal life? What tasks would you most like to delegate if you could? Then I had Michael Hyatt himself join to talk through your responses! I truly feel you may have a light bulb moment from this show.

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  • Posted on 17 Apr 2019

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    671: Jonni Pollard | How to free yourself from yourself

    Jonni Pollard is renowned for bringing meditation mainstream via his organization and app, 1 Giant Mind. In show #667, Michael Hyatt referenced using the 1 Giant Mind app as part of his daily spiritual habits, and more than half of all guests on The Ziglar Show are attesting to using meditation as a primary part of their daily habits and routines. While meditation seems to often have spiritual undertones to it, it is ultimately brain training. An example; if you are familiar with the sport of biathlon that combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting, after vigorously skiing for a distance the athlete must then stop and calm themselves in order to shoot a very small target. In our lives, we tend to go, go, go and then struggle to hit the small targets of success we desire. Jonni uses meditation to help us daily calm ourselves in order to be present and fully useful and able as we target our most valuable goals. It is not rest so much as fuel. Jonni states that most of us are prisoners of ourselves. Of our own minds. We never stop to gain control of and over our thoughts, anxieties, worries, and never-ending duties and roles. We tend to "rest" by escaping and entertainment, which is more like a pause than a refocus and recalibrate. This is an equipping message that really drove home what we are missing and what we can gain with taking a moment daily to really be present in our own minds.

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  • Posted on 15 Apr 2019

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    670: Q&A | Master your personal presentation

    Have you ever, for your work or personal life, practiced and/or gotten coaching for a presentation? For sales, a live and on-stage presentation, for getting a date or a job, anything? This is the question we posed to the Ziglar audience. Zig Ziglar starts us with a five minute lesson on mastering our personal presentation, whether for sales or in our personal life. Zig mastered sales, then the stage, but even more, he realized all of life is a presentation and how we are perceived is up to us and how we choose and work to present ourselves. Michelle Prince joined me to talk through the many comments on how people have worked to hone their work and life presentations.

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  • Posted on 10 Apr 2019

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