Automobile University by Zig Zigler from the archives

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Zig Zigler

Zig ZiglarIn our hurry-hurry world, most people do not have time to become bookworms, but virtually all of us can become “tape worms.”  (Or “podcast worms” or “CD worms”…you get the picture.)

A study by the University of Southern California revealed that if you live in a metropolitan area and drive 12,000 miles a year you can acquire the equivalent of two years of college education in three years’ time by listening to educational information  in your car.

Since the average American adult spends from two hundred to seven hundred hours each year in an automobile, this is good news.

Stephen Payne is a classic example of what can happen when you take advantage of your driving time. He was 18 years old when he qualified for his GED and 22 before he received his earned high school diploma. After an up-and-down struggle in life, at age 43 he became a full-time student at Automobile University – full-time, that is, when he was in his car. As a result, he speaks Spanish and French so fluently that he is now translating and interpreting for his company. He also speaks Italian and is in the process of learning both German and Japanese as well as Latin and his own Cherokee language.

Think about it. You can learn everything from Chinese art and the Bible to financial management, leadership skills, sales techniques, communications styles, childhood training techniques and numerous other subjects from some of the best-informed, most knowledgeable people in our country.

You literally have access to the “wisdom of the ages” on cassette tapes while driving to your job, shopping, errands, on vacation, etc.

This is a much better and more effective use of your time than listening to much (but not all) of the programming that comes over the air. Remember, you can finish school and even make it easy – but that’s not true of education. Automobile University is a marvelous source for a better education.  Utilize it fully and I will SEE YOU AT THE TOP!

Zig Zigler

Zig Ziglar is known as America’s Motivator. He is best known for his inspirational messages of hope through his 28 books and numerous audio and video recordings. To be inspired visit his website at The Ziglar Way—a philosophy is born
The personal and professional development strategies you discover through Ziglar are all built on or related to a basic philosophy.A philosophy developed by Zig Ziglar more than 50 years ago.

A World War II veteran who grew up poor in Yazoo City, Mississippi, Zig worked in a succession of sales companies early in life. As his sales skills grew so did his interest in motivational speaking.During speeches, his messages of hope, encouragement and faith showcased his way of life—forming the Ziglar Way.

How the Ziglar Way makes a difference
Taking action, common sense, fairness, commitment and integrity form the basis for this way of life. And when you live by this philosophy you’ll live a balanced life while achieving significance at both work and home.

All Ziglar programs focus on these key items - old and new. That’s why Ziglar programs from the past continually change lives while newly developed personal and corporate training programs at Ziglar remain consistent with this basic philosophy.
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