From a highly successful career in motivational speaking to a daily struggle overcoming the effects of a head injury, Zig Ziglar's life changed drastically in just minutes when he suffered a traumatic fall down the stairs one fateful night. After years of speaking and writing about the value of having a positive attitude and being thankful, Zig was challenged to put his own words into practice.In true Ziglar style, filled with optimism and honesty, Zig shares his experience, along with heartening stories from friends, as he seeks to encourage and remind you that life is worth living, even if it's not on our own terms.More
"Zig has one more valuable lesson to teach each of us. Living in the moment, right now, with the people you love and for a cause you believe in - this is what matters. He is an inspiration and a national treasure, and each of us is better off because Zig Ziglar cares about making the world a better place." (Seth Godin)
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God Bless Zig Ziglar
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sermon on trusting in God
When I first listened to Zig Ziglar the voice was hard to get used to, but I have grown to love him. He just seems so real.
Sermon on trusting in God by Zig Ziglar
This book is a sermon and seems to be about glorifying God. While I am not religious, I admire the faith that others have and think there can be benefits to faith. But I couldn't quite get over the story of the Shannon family. The child has a disease that changed him from a normal boy to a very slowly dying boy by first taking away his ability to walk, then taking his ability to do anything over a period of I think 9 years. His family credits this hardship with helping their relationship with God and that this experience will help their other children in their relationship with God. I can't see the good in this or glorifying a God or trusting a God who would allow a child to go through this suffering. I listened to this story three times hoping I would
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