539: What problem do you solve?

We are talking about serving others through sales. If you have a product, service, or idea, something that benefits people in any way, then you have a service to offer them, and there should be no sales pressure, only an appropriate desire to understand their need and...

477: How to gain trust

[00:00] Welcome to The Ziglar Show. I’m your host Kevin Miller, and this is episode 477. Today we hear from Zig, and let me tell you something…he is teaching on a topic that I absolutely believe is more important than any topic covered in formal education. It should...

473: Deny reality – Zig style

[00:00] Welcome to The Ziglar Show. I’m your host, Kevin Miller, and today we have episode 473 — and I bring you…Mr. Zig Ziglar. He comes with a fairly brief message that has one point: making a dramatic turn-around for the good when the circumstances are in the...

706: 10 Commandments of Human Relations by Zig Ziglar

What is more valuable than having human relations skills? Maybe…nothing. The quality of your relationships, the quantity of your relationships, and the joy in your relationships is equal to your human relations abilities. Along the way, we all learn some basics and out of Zig Ziglar’s 10 Commandments of Human Relations, you are probably doing some of them well, and benefiting from them. But where are you not doing well, and suffering? Or at least not benefiting where you could. We play a four minute clip from Zig Ziglar where he quickly takes us down his list. Judging that Zig is held up as one of the very top, most successful communicators of all time, the list feels fairly irrefutable. I asked the Ziglar audience, which of Zig’s 10 commandments do you most succeed with and which ones do you most struggle with? Tom Ziglar joined me to talk through your comments. I’ll tell you this right off, the area people are weakest in, nearly 50%, said they failed at remembering and calling people by their names! Zig’s rule number three. But listen on and you will want to hear the rest.