Continuing Zig’s legacy of Inspiration and True Performance, one episode at a time.

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We inspire your True Performance.

Zig Ziglar said it himself:

“You can change what you are and where you are by changing what goes into your mind.”

We want to give you a springboard for success by delivering interviews from some of the greatest thought leaders of our time.

Tom Ziglar & Kevin Miller

We inspire your True Performance.

Zig Ziglar said it himself:

“You can change what you are and where you are by changing what goes into your mind.”

We want to give you a springboard for success by delivering interviews from some of the greatest thought leaders of our time.

Tom Ziglar

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Kevin Miller

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Get the best audio clips of legendary inspiration icon Zig Ziglar, live from the stage, plus insight to apply his principles to your life, from hosts Kevin Miller, Tom Ziglar, and today’s most influential leaders.

Latest episodes:

732: The very real Pride & Shame of our character

Well, this is interesting. In the episode, I play a clip from Zig Ziglar on the power of words we speak with and about other people. Then I posted a question on Facebook that went a different direction. I asked, “If you were daily being recorded in secret, what would you be proud of, and what would you be embarrassed by?”


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731: How to insure everyone hears what you are saying, with Jared Horvath

Meetings. PowerPoint presentations. On stage talks, whether you are a pastor, presenter, or teacher. Selling. Anytime you are speaking and want people to really listen and be engaged. Chances are, you’re doing it wrong. Or, you could do it better. Jared Cooney Horvath is a cognitive neuroscientist with a master's degree from Harvard University and his doctorate from the University of Melbourne.


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729: Letting go of that first, waking anxiety – Habits with Neil Pasricha

Boom. You wake in the morning and often the first, conscious thought is a worry, concern or anxiety. It sounds negative, but it may just be how our minds work, to first deal with any threat. But it’s not an optimal way to start the day and if we hold on to the worry it will likely taint the whole day. Neil Pasricha’s tactic is to take that thought captive in the first seconds of his day, and “let it go”. H


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728: Victim speak. You are doing it. Stop.

You daily, if not hourly, speak a series of words that take away your personal power. That steal your opportunity for power and control of your life. You may think it’s benign, but it absolutely is not. I brought on a special guest to discuss the issue. In this episode, I have a dramatic mind hack for you.


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727: Quit living a fragile life – with Neil Pasricha

We live in a time of more conveniences, automation, safety, knowledge, and creature comforts than ever. In all reality, most of us have a buffet of resources that should make our lives today easier than ever. Yet we seem to be sicker and sadder than ever. As a matter of fact, in regards to personal growth, health, and wellness it’s difficult to find any stat where we are improving.


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Who was Zig?

Affected at a very early age by the death of his father, Zig Ziglar learned firsthand the importance of self-reliance and a balanced work ethic.  This foundation would eventually become his motto of: “You can have everything in life you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want.”

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Timeless truths | 5 Stars

by: FowlerChiro (United States)

I was given my first Zig Ziglar book in 10th grade 1987. I read See you at the Top once every couple of years. There’s not one goal I’ve put to paper that I haven’t accomplished. Thanks, Zig.


The heart of a leader | 5 Stars

by: ahowell15 (United States) What an incredible example of a leader who cared so much about the heart of his listeners. Zig Ziglar’s podcasts have helped me in my spiritual life, fitness goals, and business aspirations. He truly leads from the heart and makes you laugh in the process. Thank you to all who help make The Ziglar Show possible!


It’s Back!!!

by: Relishjoanna (United States) I loved listening to this podcast, and I’m SO GLAD it’s back!!! Thanks for bringing back Zig Ziglar’s messages each week!