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Out Of The Ashes

By Zig Ziglar

Many times disasters and/or tragedies spawn incredible accomplishments and enormous progress. A tornado in August of 1883 devastated Rochester, Minnesota, and yet from those ashes came the world-famous Mayo Clinic. According to Daniel J. Murphy in a recent article in The Investors Daily, “Mother Alfred Moes, the founder of the Sisters of St. Francis, brought her untrained nuns to assist in nursing those who had been injured in the tornado. While there, she convinced the leading . . . Read More

The Whale

A few years ago, I read a front-page story in one of San Francisco’s local newspapers, the SF Chronicle, about a female humpback whale that became entangled in a spider web of crab traps and lines. She was weighted down by hundreds of pounds of traps that caused her to struggle to stay afloat. She also had hundreds of yards of line rope wrapped all around her body including her tail and a line tugging in her mouth.

A . . . Read More

Intelligent Selfishness

By Zig Ziglar

Fortune Magazine published an intriguing article on a multi-billionaire from Hong Kong named Li Ka-Shing.  His two sons, Victor and Richard, were raised in their father’s business, attending board meetings and conferences where they were instructed, informed and indoctrinated in their father’s philosophy.

Obviously, if you’re worth a few billion dollars you have a different approach to your children than most of us would.  For example, how do you explain to a nine-year-old that he can’t . . . Read More

Integrity – Then Ethical Behavior

By Zig Ziglar

There is much talk today in America about how to reinstall ethical behavior in the home, school and business environments.  While I applaud the conversations, I believe it’s putting the cart before the horse.  The horse, in my opinion, is integrity.  Integrity is who you are, a measurement of your character and, consequently, the determining factor in your behavior.  Ethics are the result of our integrity.  It’s true that people of integrity will occasionally do unethical . . . Read More

Value of Your Time

Improbable, Impossible and Can’t Happen

By Zig Ziglar

(Part One of a Two-Part Series)

He wore tennis shoes, $2 pants, no glove, and carried a $20 golf bag and a $70 set of clubs.  He was pot-bellied, had long sideburns, played with a wide stance and a strong right grip.  He held his hands high and away, used about a three-quarter swing and had an open stance.  (That’s not the way the P.G.A. golf pros teach the game.)

I’ve just described one of the . . . Read More

Commercial Competencies for Residential Realtors

Return on Luck

Help is Near

Former Notre Dame Football coach Lou Holtz tells the story of the fellow who was driving on a slippery country road when he slid into a ditch.  He walked to a farm house a short distance away and approached the old farmer who received him warmly.  When the motorist described his problem, the farmer stated that he did not know if he could help him or not, but he would do what he could.  He explained that his old . . . Read More

iPad for Realtors with Michael Thorne Re/Max Little Oak Realty