Zig Ziglar is the chairman of the Zig Ziglar Corporation, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, an organization committed to helping people more fully utilize their physical, mental, and spiritual resources. Since 1970, he has travelled more than 5 million miles across the world delivering powerful, life-changing messages with humour, hope, and enthusiasm to audiences of all kinds and sizes, cultivating the energy of change. He has recorded such bestsellers as A View from the Top, Goals, Raising Positive Kids in a Negative World, and Courtship After Marriage.
"For decades Zig Ziglar has been a champion of positive thinking.
On the sixty-ninth anniversary of his twenty-first birthday, he
declared he was 'refiring' rather than retiring. And despite a
brain injury that's left him with short-term memory loss, he's
still fired up. Anyone facing tough circumstances will find comfort
and inspiration in Zig's encouraging message." -- Ken Blanchard,
coauthor, "The One Minute Manager(R)" and "Lead Like Jesus"
"Zig Ziglar's "Embrace the Struggle", written with his daughter Julie, is timely reading for me. As my wife and I grow older we know we will have to leave our home, where we have lived for over fifty years. But with Zig's guidance we can Embrace our Struggle with energy and with hope." -- John Sherrill, roving editor, "Guideposts" magazine
"My mood-swing patients who listen to Ziglar the most do the best. "Embrace the Struggle" is for everyone who faces challenges, whether medical or from life's stressors. Facing an unpleasant reality with a positive attitude can make all the difference. Zig explains his highly successful approach to traumatic brain injury with courage, common sense, and his usual humor." -- Leland M. Heller, MD
"Zig Ziglar understands life including its struggles and setbacks. If you want to live an abundant life by embracing all that God gives -- read this book written by one of the greatest Christians I've ever known." -- Jack Graham, pastor, Prestonwood Baptist Church
"Zig has one more valuable lesson to teach each of us. Living in the moment, right now, with the people you love and for a cause you believe in -- this is what matters. He is an inspiration and a national treasure, and each of us is better off because Zig Ziglar cares about making the world a better place." -- Seth Godin, author, "Tribes"