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Good Read: "See You at the Top"

Dec 1, 2011

“See You at the Top”
By Zig Ziglar

Zig Ziglar combines humor, inspiration and encouragement in his renowned book, “See You at the Top”. Although the book is circa 1980’s (the best years in my opinion), it remains a classic that still hits home when it comes to setting and reaching personal and professional goals. Ziglar is a celebrated motivational speaker and travels the world entertaining, delighting and motivating folks to be better and set higher standards. If you haven’t heard of him at least google his quotes, they’re hilarious and right on. A few of my favorites:

-“People often say motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing — that’s why we recommend it daily.”

-“If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time.”

-“Make today worth remembering.”

-“Many marriages would be better if the husband and wife clearly understood that they’re on the same side.”

About the Book:

“The 25th anniversary edition of the classic motivational and self-improvement book that has sold more than 1.6 million copies in hardcover. For more than three decades, Zig Ziglar, one of the great motivators of our age, has traveled the world, encouraging, uplifting, and inspiring audiences. His groundbreaking best-seller, See You at the Top, remains an authentic American classic. This revised and updated edition stresses the importance of honesty, loyalty, faith, integrity, and strong personal character.” – Amazon.com

About the Author:

“Zig Ziglar is one of America’s most widely read and most listened to motivational speakers. Since 1970, he has traveled over five million miles across the world, delivering his powerful life-improvement messages, cultivating the energy of change. A well-known authority on complete and balanced success, Ziglar has been recognized in the Congressional Record of the United States for his dedication to America and the free-enterprise system.” – Amazon.com

-Submitted by Sara Weaver, Nexsen Pruet