“Do everything with character and integrity and practice persistent consistency in everything you do.” — Tom Ziglar

One would think it’s tough to fill the shoes of world-renowned, influential motivational speaker, Zig Ziglar; however, Zig’s son, Tom has carved his own niche while honoring his late father’s legacy. In this episode, Brian interviews Tom Ziglar, leadership expert and motivational speaker. While they discuss Zig Ziglar’s legacy, they also delve into how Tom picked up the torch after his father passed as well as his tips to establish good habits. You’ll learn why it takes 66 days to replace a bad habit with a good one, why tiny changes are the key to adopting good habits, why achieving success isn’t enough and the importance of feeding your mind positive input. Prepare to be inspired!

 

Inspirational quotes from today’s interview

“It was the best father-son relationship you can imagine.” — Tom Ziglar

“He never once put pressure on myself or my sisters to do anything other than what we wanted to do.” — Tom Ziglar

“His influence was humility.” — Tom Ziglar

“The challenge for me wasn’t anything he created, it was my own internal mindset.” — Tom Ziglar

“Zig changed 3 or 4% of his presentation but people came away thinking, ‘That’s exactly what I needed today. He was just talking to me.’ It has to be for the drive of I want to help somebody. If you’re just doing it to make a buck, you’ll just show up and give your spiel. If it’s connected to a deeper sense of purpose or passion, you’ll do the extra little bit.” — Brian Buffini

“You could be the greatest technician in the world, but if you don’t live out the philosophy, it’s not going to work for you.” — Tom Ziglar

“A lot of organizations talk about success; we take it one step further to significance.” — Tom Ziglar

“Hurricanes and earthquakes get all of the publicity, but termites do more damage and they take such little bitty bites!” — Zig Ziglar

“You are what you are because of what’s gone into your mind. You change what you are and you change where you are by changing what goes into your mind.” — Zig Ziglar

“What you feed your mind determines your appetite.” — Tom Ziglar

 

Books mentioned in the episode:

The Power of Who: You Already Know Everyone You Need to Know by Bob Beaudine
Two Chairs by Bob Beaudine (not published yet)

 

Connect with Tom Ziglar and learn more about the Ziglar Legacy Certification

https://www.ziglar.com/life-changing-programs/ziglar-legacy-certification
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“Our future will be shaped by our personal philosophy.” — Jim Rohn

Brian Buffini digs into the archives of Buffini & Company’s MasterMind Summit® for this interview with his late, great mentors Jim Rohn and Zig Ziglar. Jim and Zig spent their lives philosophizing, training and inspiring business leaders to realize and achieve their full potential. In this interview, they share their wisdom, personal philosophies and advice for success. You’ll learn how philosophy influences everything around us, the main reason why everyone needs a wall of gratitude, the lasting impact of small continuous steps and why celebrating your achievements can motivate you to achieve more. Let Jim and Zig infuse your spirit with this motivational pick-me-up!

Inspirational soundbites from today’s interview:

“Your income is determined by your philosophy, not by the economy.” — Jim Rohn
“You can have anything you want if you help enough people get what they want.” — Zig Ziglar
“When you celebrate achievements, it’ll inspire you to make a longer list of goals.” — Jim Rohn
“Real leaders develop other leaders.” — Zig Ziglar
“If standard of living is your major objective, quality of live almost never improves. But if that quality of live is your major objective, standard of living generally improves.” — Zig Ziglar
“You don’t drown if you fall into water; you only drown if you stay there.” — Zig Ziglar

Learn more about Brian’s guests:
Jim Rohn: http://jimrohn.com/
Zig Ziglar: https://www.ziglar.com/

 

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