For more than three decades, Zig Ziglar traveled the world delivering powerful self-improvement messages. His ability to encourage, uplift, and inspire audiences made him one of the great motivators of the age.
His groundbreaking book See You at the Top, revised in 2000, remains an authentic American classic, explaining step by step his time-tested formula for individual development and personal success. See You at the Top, which has been translated into more than a dozen languages, is widely used by corporations, schools, government agencies, and correctional institutions-wherever motivation and self-improvement are major goals.
Ziglar, who was firmly committed to his Christian faith, exemplified integrity, loyalty, and high personal character in his life and teachings. The importance of these traits and the value and development of a healthy self-image and personal goals are the cornerstones of this guide. This deeply moving book offers a compelling case for Ziglar's basic premise: You will have everything you want in life if you help others.
Ziglar is the author of fifteen other books, including Steps to the Top, Confessions of a Happy Christian, and Dear Family, available from Pelican. The beloved author passed away in 2012.
"Zig Ziglar [was] not only a personal friend of mine but a friend of Mary Kay, Inc. for over 35 years. Over the years, his tremendous ability to inspire and challenge . . . motivated many. . . . His enthusiasm [was] contagious, and those who [knew] him are always blessed."
-Mary Kay Ash, Mary Kay, Inc.
"See You at the Top is the very best book on life and motivation I have ever read."
-Lou Holtz, former head coach, University of South Carolina and Notre Dame University
"Zig Ziglar's optimism will be a legacy that will forever impact our history."
-Paul Harvey, Paul Harvey News and Comment
"When I first heard Zig, my lecture career was limited to drug abuse prevention. My message was angry, punitive, and unforgiving because I had lost a daughter to LSD. Zig's hopeful, loving, and forgiving words quickly persuaded me to change."
-Art Linkletter, author, Kids Say the Darndest Things!
"Zig Ziglar is one of my heroes. His message of opportunity through optimism, preparation, and hard work has been a constant personal principle throughout my career from the gridirons of pro football to the halls of Congress and beyond."
-Jack Kemp, former NFL quarterback and congressmanshow more