When I was growing up, my dad taught me to listen to motivational “tapes”. He had me listening to Zig Ziglar, and the likes, on old school headphones. . . and I liked it. Zig was the kind of guy who talked to you through his books, like he knew you. He was talking straight to me through those headphones.
I thought today, I’d share a few of his pearls of wisdom with you.
He told me things like, “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.” He reminded me that “Everything in life is a choice. That everyone has the same amount of time, but we each get to choose how we spend it.” He used to say, “Lack of direction, not lack of time, is the problem.”
The things Zig taught me through those headphones are part of the fabric of who …