Get Motivated Today – with Tom Ziglar

January 15, 2013 — 4 Comments

Tom Ziglar hangs with us for leadership tips & an interview

Having trouble staying motivated?  Not sure what to do next?  We’ll discover in this episode, with Tom Ziglar (Son of Zig Ziglar & CEO of Ziglar) what it takes to stick with it when the going gets tough.  Learn about Tom Ziglar’s latest book, Born to Win (Think of his father’s book, See You at the Top).  Learn how they believe you can become the best person you were meant to be, and learn a little bit of the company’s strategy for staying aligned in the current technology shift.

Interview with Tom Ziglar, CEO of Ziglar:

Or, if you want, you can download the interview here.

Key Points:

  • What’s the biggest barrier to staying motivated to gain effective leadership skills?
  • Has the *way* people gotten motivated changed over the last few years?
  • What are Ziglar’s plans to shift strategy with changing technology?
  • Stay tuned to the end to hear about Tom Ziglar’s upcoming event!
  • And more!


What about you?  Have you learned any leadership characteristics from Tom Ziglar?

I’d love to continue the conversation here, leave any questions or comments below, and we’d love to answer or help!

Andrew Mason


Andrew is a husband, learner, founder, dubstep aficionado, eater of carnetas burritos, and marathon runner. I love building communities that learn together!
  • Spend time focusing on the person you want to be.
    I look forward to seeing the transition as Zig’s legacy is carried on. I finished his autobiography last night and that is what he was about, leaving a legacy.
    Thank you Tom and Andrew.

  • Jim and Angela Casey

    It was in the early ’80’s when I scraped up enough money to buy a ticket to see Mr. Ziglar speak in Oakland, CA. I sat in the third row.
    I was never more enthralled by a speaker such as Mr. Ziglar – or any one since.
    I had one of his books with me when I introduced myself to him; he asked me my wife’s name and signed it: Jim and Angela, S.Y.A.T.T.
    The book is a document to me. It has become a reference to what I might try in discovering how I can help someone. I take it off the shelf once in awhile even today. Almost 30 years later.
    I have Mr. Ziglar’s brother’s tapes – “Timid Salesmen have Skinny Kids”
    Thank you Tom

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