Do you ever crawl into bed at the end of the day and wonder where in the world the day went? As college students, we are known to intake excessive amounts of caffeine, take ridiculously long naps, and stay up super late trying to finish that homework assignment we have known about for weeks, but just started an hour ago.
Mr. Zig Ziglar said, “Go as far as you can see, and then you will see farther.”
We have all had those mountaintop experiences that inspire us to do more, be more and have more than we ever thought possible. The view from the top of the mountain is always an incredible one.
Generation Ziglar Co-Founders, James McLamb and Matt Rush, join Eva Karpman to discuss their mission to inspire the next generation of leaders.
Is it your calling to mentor and motivate today’s youth? Would you like to inspire the next generation to impact future generations? Our two guests today on Faith Positive Radio can help you lead the way!
In episode #130 of Dynamic Communicators, James McLamb and Matt Rush speak with host, Ken Davis, about Generation Ziglar. Learn about the crisis youth are facing today, the importance of having the ability to connect, and how you can get involved with the Generation Ziglar movement.
I’ll go to my grave before I forget or abandon the last lesson my grandfather taught me.
Without ever sitting me down, without ever penning a letter or handing me a book, Pada taught me how to lead. He taught me how to lead without having all the answers.
In a episode released on October 14, 2016 called “Young, inspired and on fire”, The Ziglar Show podcast featured James McLamb and Matt Rush talking about Generation Ziglar’s mission and programs. Listen now to episode #429 below...
“If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time.” Zig Ziglar
So true, and yet this truth is tragically far too common. A few days ago I wrote about people who wander aimlessly through life – I call them Zombies.
A good Ziglar friend and poet, Cliff Feightner, wrote this quick limerick about Zombies:
"Even though they are moving around
They make a disparaging sound.