Staying Up, Up, Up in a Down, Down World

Daily Hope for the Daily Grind
Author(s): Zig Ziglar
Original Publish Date: Jun 01, 2004
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (5.05 hours)
Product Number: Z100022945
Released: Jun 01, 2004
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781608143979
Narrator/s: Zig Ziglar
Publisher: Oasis Audio
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Hope is the foundational quality of all change, and encouragement is the fuel which keeps our hope alive. That's what this audio book is about. Do you have five minutes a day to spare? If so, you can experience a fresh take on life—renewed hopefulness, greater motivation, and deeper inspiration—simply by beginning each morning and ending each evening with this audio book. Staying Up, Up, Up in a Down, Down World is chock-full of encouragement to help you defy the daily grind of living that can weigh you down. Inspiring vignettes, humorous anecdotes, hard-hitting quotes, and well-chosen scriptures will not only bolster your spirits but also encourage you to pursue the fulfilling life of your dreams. Don't waste another moment tugged down by the troubles of life. Instead, grab hold of these encouraging words from Zig Ziglar and before long, you'll be soaring onward and upward.

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Author(s): Zig Ziglar
Product Number EB00457820
Released: Jul 16, 2014
Business Term: 26 Circ
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: #9781418530327

Professional reviews

"A wonderful collection of inspirational messages from one of our most beloved business teachers. With the intensity of a seasoned preacher, Ziglar reminds us that God's rules are God's rules. Bending them will only create problems that he spells out with conviction and seductive grace. He's an expert on selling a way of life that few people today understand, let alone practice. Using Bible passages to help make his points, Ziglar gives us an old-fashioned but attractive view of how to fix what's going wrong in the world. Principles such as working hard and staying committed to your marriage no matter what are from an era we hardly know anymore. T.W. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"