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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.

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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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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Episodes

733: Break your predictive behavior to ignite your brain - with Jared Cooney Harvath

11/18/2019
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A key to a great story plot or comedy routine is to take people along a predictive path and then disrupt it. Our human nature loves this because it ignites pleasurable feelings in our brain, in our mind. A master of communication who led us through some of the ways to leverage prediction is Jared Cooney Harvath, our main guest in episode 731. This is our Habits show and in the mental spoke, Jared shared a common tactic he uses is to break his own predictive patterns so as to foster new...

Duration:00:28:18

732: The very real Pride & Shame of our character

11/13/2019
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Well, this is interesting. In the episode I play a clip from Zig Ziglar on the power of words we speak with and about other people. Then I posted a question on Facebook that went a different direction. I asked, “If you were daily being recorded in secret, what would you be proud of, and what would you be embarrassed by?” I was literally thinking about our spoken words, what we say out loud, to others or in private. Many of the replies addressed this, but the common thread also included...

Duration:00:57:21

731: How to insure everyone hears what you are saying, with Jared Horvath

11/11/2019
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Even if they are listening, are they really hearing? Meetings. PowerPoint presentations. On stage talks, whether you are a pastor, presenter, or teacher. Selling. Anytime you are speaking and want people to really listen and be engaged. Chances are, you’re doing it wrong. Or, you could do it better. Jared Cooney Horvath is a cognitive neuroscientist with a master's degree from Harvard University and his doctorate from the University of Melbourne. His muse however, is the workplace. It’s...

Duration:01:25:08

730: What to say to sell your product or service

11/7/2019
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We generally approach conversations like we approach walking, you just do it. You don’t think much about it. While we aren’t judged too much on our walking, unless you’re a runway model, we are definitely judged, or maybe I should say responded to according to...how we do conversations. That reality is dramatically maximized when we have an agenda...when we are trying to influence someone to do something. Whether that doing is go on a date with us, getting kids to do homework or chores, or...

Duration:00:59:37

729: Letting go of that first, waking anxiety - Habits with Neil Pasricha

11/5/2019
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Boom. You wake in the morning and often the first, conscious thought is a worry, concern or anxiety. It sounds negative, but it may just be how our minds work, to first deal with any threat. But it’s not an optimal way to start the day and if we hold on to the worry it will likely taint the whole day. Neil Pasricha’s tactic is to take that thought captive in the first seconds of his day, and “let it go”. He writes it down in his journal to get it out of his head. Then he also writes down...

Duration:00:21:54

728: Victim speak. You are doing it. Stop.

10/30/2019
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You daily, if not hourly, speak a series of words that take away your personal power. That steal your opportunity for power and control of your life. You may think it’s benign, but it absolutely is not. I brought on a special guest to discuss the issue. In this episode I have a dramatic mind hack for you. I’m actually not a fan of the whole “hack” terminology, as I don’t believe they exist...everything is a process. But this is one is hard not to give the “hack” label to, as it’s a very...

Duration:01:14:57

727: Quit living a fragile life - with Neil Pasricha

10/28/2019
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We live in a time of more conveniences, automation, safety, knowledge, and creature comforts than ever. In all reality most of us have a buffet of resources that should make our lives today easier than ever. Yet we seem to be sicker and sadder than ever. As a matter of fact, in regards to personal growth, health, and wellness it’s difficult to find any stat where we are improving. This is astounding. In this episode, renowned author, speaker and podcaster Neil Pasricha believes a root issue...

Duration:01:06:46

726: Taking responsibility for your relationships, but how much?

10/23/2019
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As we continue to breach the hard questions, this one is a doozy that massively affects our relationships. In this episode we hear a six minute message from Zig Ziglar where he shares a story and from it poses the question, “Why don’t we treat everyone like they are a VIP in our lives?” He cites the impact our perspective of another holds in our relationships. From his message I asked The Ziglar Show audience this question, “How much responsibility do you feel you should take for the...

Duration:01:01:52

725: Get better by reflecting, reviewing, refining, and rescheduling - Habits with Phil M Jones

10/21/2019
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What do you do to keep your mental edge sharp? This is the answer from Phil M Jones, our guest in show 723, “In my permanent quest for better, I follow every major activity I do with what I call the four Rs, my process is pretty structured; Reflect, review, refine and reschedule. First, I reflect. Then I review, ‘What did I like best?’ Then I refine, ‘Next time, what would I do different?’ Last I reschedule, ‘When will I utilize what I learned’?” That is a structure worth adopting. I also...

Duration:00:32:47

724: Are your current circumstances a result of your personal choices?

10/16/2019
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That show title is a volatile question that will ultimately shape your life trajectory. All of us have made good and bad decisions that have resulted in making our circumstances better or worse. Hopefully we take responsibility for these decisions we know we made. Then there are the circumstances in our lives we did not choose and can not control. They happened to us; a hard childhood, abuse, car wrecks, toxic people, job loss, handicap, and much more. They were not our fault and we are not...

Duration:00:57:11

723: How to know exactly what to say in the moment - with Phil Jones

10/14/2019
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“The worst time to think about the thing you are going to say is in the moment you are saying it,” says Phil M Jones, my guest in this show. Though we all know it is incredibly common to not think at all when we speak, we just blurt out whatever we think. Success comes from intentionality and training. As Zig Ziglar says, we are all in sales. Selling is influence and when it is done from love it is truly caring and connecting and serving someone. A speaker on stage with the most profound...

Duration:01:16:37

722: Why you want to market to qualified people

10/9/2019
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Do you have a product or service? Are you good at selling it? Between those two things is marketing. Getting interested parties in front of you. Key in on “interested”. Most of today’s marketing casts a very broad blanket out into the digital world and hopes to find the right people. Zig Ziglar referred to that as pursuing “suspects”. He was fond of “prospecting”, where you pursue people you know are interested in what you have to offer, based on three measurements or as Tom Ziglar says,...

Duration:00:57:05

721: Make every minute count - Habits with Tom Ziglar

10/7/2019
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We all know having a plan is the most secure way to ensure something happens. When was the last time you set out for a long road trip without directions to follow? Probably never. In this show we hear the daily routine of Tom Ziglar. This is a guy who has never known anything but planning for a positive, successful day. It doesn’t mean he’s perfect, but just like his father Zig, he has a tremendously solid plan for his day. This is our habits show and we walk through the seven spokes on the...

Duration:00:20:27

720: How to keep relationships healthy amidst demanding work and business

10/2/2019
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Business and making money and keeping up with the demands of work tend to take priority in our lives, and to a great degree those pursuits are have-to issues. Of course we all value the relationships in our lives, but to truly nurture them amongst the former demands is tough, even with the best of intentions. So I polled the Ziglar audience and asked them, “With the demands of your job or business, what do you do to make relationships a priority? What are your main challenges?” I was joined...

Duration:00:53:01

719: You can choose to win - with Tom Ziglar

9/30/2019
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Is it really a choice? Can you really believe that? The reality is, if you are going to win, it will take a whole of of choices. The right choices. So which choices are the right ones? That’s what this show is about. For 53 years Tom Ziglar has been privy to a constant influx of the absolute best in personal development, self help and best business practices. He’s been CEO of Ziglar for 24 years. He’s a featured speaker around the globe. And now he brings us the first Ziglar book in over a...

Duration:01:11:30

718: The fallacy of being a “natural”

9/25/2019
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Truthfully, don’t you assume people who are the best at what they do were just naturals at it, to some degree? Yet we have so many stories of people who had no natural ability and performed at a very low level, but trained themselves up into a level of mastery. In a stark example we have James Earl Jones, with one of the most recognizable voices in the world, who was almost mute as a child for eight years, thanks to a severe stutter. Not that drastic, but in this show I bring you a message...

Duration:00:58:50

717: Rock & Roll, Jesus, and float tank self-care - Habits with Brian Dixon

9/23/2019
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I discovered a really valuable addition to the Habits show and the Ziglar wheel of life, courtesy of a small revelation and then an answer from Brian Dixon. Brian was our guest in show 715 where we discussed the message from his book, “Start With Your People”. When I got to the personal spoke, Brian offered a couple things he does. But I wanted more, for a reason I can’t explain. And the aspect of self-care occurred to me. So along with what you do for yourself, fun or play, I asked him,...

Duration:00:31:43

716: The all powerful inertia of your daily routine

9/18/2019
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You have a daily routine. Everyone does. Every day you generally go about the same tasks and functions. Your world will dramatically change for the better from making slight adjustments in your daily routine. Coming off of show 713 where I got to the root of healthy habits, in this show Tom Ziglar and I talk about the power is making at least a small investment in every spoke on the Ziglar Wheel of Life. Often you can combine a spoke. And doing a five minute workout or a three minute...

Duration:00:47:12

715: Start with your people and end with your success - with Brian Dixon

9/16/2019
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Your day, your life, is full of projects to be done. From home and family to work and business. There are many people, even more so in the world of business and entrepreneurship, who more often than not put priority on the project as opposed to people. Yet our guest today, Brian Dixon, found he was shortchanging himself and in fact putting people first was far more rewarding, and profitable. Brian Dixon is a podcaster, conference speaker, and business coach and specializes in helping...

Duration:01:13:20

714: The most powerful influence in your life, bar none

9/12/2019
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I don’t like titles claiming to be the end-all or holy grail for anything. But I believe this claim to be irrefutable. The biggest influence in your life is your inner voice. Your personal thoughts. They were not pre-programmed at birth, you have so far spent a lifetime having your inner voice programmed, either proactively with intention, or you’ve allowed other people and things to program you. Though the truth for everyone is, both. But to what percentages? The danger is we primarily...

Duration:00:53:09