Daily Quote: Within Us

“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.”

~Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Daily Quote: Within Us

“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.”

~Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Inspiration
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Inspiration 365 Days A Year

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Inspiration 365 Days A Year

A legend in the field of motivation and personal development passed away late last month. As an internationally known speaker and a best-selling author, Zig Ziglar’s ability to help people realize their potential was unsurpassed. His belief that, “You can have everything in life you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want,” was the foundation of what he accomplished in his life.

Today, I’m pleased to share with you one of his legendary books: Inspiration 365 Days A Year.

Featuring a quote for each day of the year as well as breathtaking nature photos throughout, Inspiration 365 Days A Year will be a source of inspiration for years to come. This beautifully designed coffee table book makes a very special holiday gift for friends, family and customers.

Please enjoy the Introduction from Inspiration 365 Days A Year.

Live Inspired,

Michelle Sedas
Excerpted from Inspiration 365 Days A Year
Introduction
Reading has been the fuel of my motivation, it has changed the direction in which I have traveled, and it has enhanced my creative imagination more than any other activity I have ever pursued. I’m now in my eighth decade of living and I still read several hours a day. Why? When I can hook up old information with new information, the combination of the two creates perspectives that could never have been achieved otherwise. New information makes new and fresh ideas possible.
I read for the “ah-has,” the information that makes a light bulb go off in my mind. I want to put information in my mind that is going to be the most beneficial to me, my family and my fellow man, financially, morally, spiritually, and emotionally. I seldom read anything that is not of a factual nature because I want to invest my time wisely in the things that will improve my life. Don’t misunderstand; there is nothing wrong with reading purely for the joy of it. Novels have their place, but biographies of famous men and women contain information that can change lives. Dr. Norman Vincent Peale’s The Power of Positive Thinking changed my thinking. The Bible changed my believing. Ultimately, what I have read has changed my being.
If the “ah-ha” I get when I’m reading is not already reduced into one or two sentences, I’ll take the essence of what I’ve read and chunk it into easily remembered bites of information. That information is what becomes “quotable.” You would not sit still for me to read every book I’ve ever read to you. But if you’re the least bit like me, you’ll jump at the chance to bypass all the churning and scoop the cream right off the top – that’s what quotes are … the cream of our learning.
The right quote can inspire people to change their ways. I love to quote my mother, “Tell the truth and tell it ever, costeth what it will; for he who hides the wrong he did, does the wrong thing still.” Of course this quote didn’t begin with my mother, but she is the first person who said it to me. Quotes, good quotes, are like that – you remember who said it, what the circumstances were, and that it had an immediate impact on your thinking.
I’ve compiled the quotes in this book with great care. I’ve included quotes that will help you on the work front, the home front, and the spiritual front. There are quotes to lift you up and quotes to bring you back to earth. Some will make you smile and some will create more questions than you might care to think about. All of them will make you think and that is an exercise that will enhance and improve your future immensely.
It is my hope that you “get” the “ah-has” I got when I first read or wrote the quotes I’ve selected for this inspirational book.
If you apply what you learn to your life, I can honestly say that I will See You at the Top!Zig Ziglar

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Power of Inspiration: Year Round Inspiration

“People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily.”
~Zig Ziglar
Can you believe that we are almost halfway through 2012?! What a great time to reevaluate the plans we had for ourselves at the beginning of this year.Let me ask you: What goals do you have for yourself? What dreams of yours are waiting to be fulfilled? What actions must you take to achieve a higher level of success?
To inspire you to make 2012 your best year yet, I’d like to share with you Inspiration: 365 Days a Year by Zig Ziglar, best-selling author and internationally known speaker who has been described as “One of America’s Icons.” Filled with beautiful photography and inspirational quotes for each day of the year, this book is one you won’t want to miss! Hope you enjoy the excerpt below!
Live Inspired,
Michelle Sedas
Excerpted from
Inspiration: 365 Days a Year 
by Zig Ziglar
Reading has been the fuel of my motivation, it has changed the direction in which I have traveled, and it has enhanced my creative imagination more than any other activity I have ever pursued. I’m now in my eighth decade of living and I still read several hours a day. Why? When I can hook up old information with new information, the combination of the two creates perspectives that could never have been achieved otherwise. New information makes new and fresh ideas possible.
I read for the “ah-has,” the information that makes a light bulb go off in my mind. I want to put information in my mind that is going to be the most beneficial to me, my family and my fellow man, financially, morally, spiritually, and emotionally. I seldom read anything that is not of a factual nature because I want to invest my time wisely in the things that will improve my life. Don’t misunderstand; there is nothing wrong with reading purely for the joy of it. Novels have their place, but biographies of famous men and women contain information that can change lives. Dr. Norman Vincent Peale’s The Power of Positive Thinking changed my thinking. The Biblechanged my believing. Ultimately, what I have read has changed my being.
If the “ah-ha” I get when I’m reading is not already reduced into one or two sentences, I’ll take the essence of what I’ve read and chunk it into easily remembered bites of information. That information is what becomes “quotable.” You would not sit still for me to read every book I’ve ever read to you. But if you’re the least bit like me, you’ll jump at the chance to bypass all the churning and scoop the cream right off the top – that’s what quotes are … the cream of our learning.
The right quote can inspire people to change their ways. I love to quote my mother, “Tell the truth and tell it ever, costeth what it will; for he who hides the wrong he did, does the wrong thing still.” Of course this quote didn’t begin with my mother, but she is the first person who said it to me. Quotes, good quotes, are like that – you remember who said it, what the circumstances were, and that it had an immediate impact on your thinking.
I’ve compiled the quotes in this book with great care. I’ve included quotes that will help you on the work front, the home front, and the spiritual front. There are quotes to lift you up and quotes to bring you back to earth. Some will make you smile and some will create more questions than you might care to think about. All of them will make you think and that is an exercise that will enhance and improve your future immensely.
It is my hope that you “get” the “ah-has” I got when I first read or wrote the quotes I’ve selected for this inspirational book. 
If you apply what you learn to your life, I can honestly say that I will See You at the Top!
~Zig Ziglar

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Until Midnight, May 8, 2012

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Daily Quote: How Success is Measured

“Success is not measured by what a person accomplishes, but by the opposition they have encountered, and the courage with which they have maintained the struggle against overwhelming odds.”

~Orison Swett Marden

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Daily Quote: What Finally Counts

“It’s not what you know or who you know. It’s what you are that finally counts.”
~Zig Ziglar

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Your Past

 

 

Your past is important because it brought you to where you are, but as important as your past is, it is not nearly as important as the way you see your future.

~Dr. Tony Campolo

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Successful People

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Success seems to be connected with action. Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes, but they don’t quit.
~ Conrad Hilton

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In Your Hands You Hold….

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In your hands you hold the seeds of failure or the potential for greatness. Your hands are capable, but they must be used and for the right things to reap the rewards you are capable of attaining. The choice is yours.
~ Zig Ziglar

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