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Zig Ziglar (Associated Press/Prestonwood)
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December 17, 2017

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November 29, 2012
Thank you, Zig for raising the bar for all of us to follow.
November 29, 2012
I loved that man! I taught school for 27 years and was constantly quoting him. He is even the reason I became a runner. I grew up in Yazoo County, MS and am proud to say that Mr. Ziglar's roots started there. He will be missed, but his legacy will live forever. My thought and prayers are with his family.
November 29, 2012
Zig and I travelled many roads together. His taped messages motivated and inspired as I drove.

I do believe you can get anything in life if you help enough others get what the want.

Because of my friend Zig, I'm still helping others. His messages will stay in our hearts.

Jim Rohrer
November 29, 2012
Zig's incredible enthusiasm and positive attitude changed how I relate to people. I was raised among working poor folks who taught me by example to say something negative like, "Well, I've had better days," when asked how I was doing even if my day wasn't going badly. It was just a reflection of a gloomy mindset and a bad habit. Zig taught me to say something positive like, "Fantastic!" instead. That lesson has made a difference in my life and that of countless others I've met over the years. It is a debt I can only repay by passing it along.
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