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Sunday, November 26, 2017

22 Apex Lessons from the Book "See You At the Top" by Zig Ziglar

With more than 1,600,000 copies in print, "See You at the Top" is an extraordinary perennial favorite and annual bestseller, which teaches the value of a healthy self-image and how to build that image. It clarifies why goals are important, teaches you how to set them, and motivates you to reach them.
I, hereby, list down the 22 Apex Lessons that i learnt from this awesome book. I know that I need to keep practicing these learning day in and day out. These learning are worded and appended in a way that makes it easier for most of us to understand and absorb.

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So, here we go with our 22 Apex Lessons from this book that influenced me immensely.

(1) Winning is not everything, but the effort to win is.
[My Views] The end result is never in our control. In spite of all our best effort and intentions, it is possible that we may not get the result we expect. It is, therefore, foolish to connect your happiness to the end result. The only thing in your control is your effort. That is where your happiness should be linked. That is where your learning is. That is where your growth is. Give your best effort, and then accept whatever be the end result.
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(2) You can get everything you want in life, if you can help enough people get what they want in life.
[My Views] Giving is where life is. Giving is where your lifestyle should be. The happiness of giving is irreplaceable. The icing on the cake is that you get more when you give more, if you truly give with a selfless intention.[Recommended Blog posts : Make Giving Your Lifestyle ]
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(3) Just like a balloon of any color would rise in the air, it is always what is inside you that will make you rise.

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(4) The difference between the big shot and the little shot is that the little shot, when it kept on shooting, became a big shot.

(5) It is not who is right that's important. What is important is what is right.

(6) A person who does not stand for something, will fall for anything.

(7) If you set the example, you will not have to set the rules.

(8) You never drown by falling in water, you only drown if you stay there. No failure is final.

[My Views] Failure is an important milestone in your journey of success. Wear failure as a badge of honour. Learn from it, improve yourself and move forward. Failure allows you to out dream yourself.
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(9) What you see in others - exists in you.

(10) The greatest good we can do for anyone is not to share our wealth with them, but to reveal their own wealth to them. There is an astonishing talent that resides inside a human being.

(11) One person with a belief is equal to the force of 99 who only have interest.

(12) People need loving the most when they deserve it the least.

(13) Be somebody - God does not take time to make a nobody.

(14) Talking is sharing, but listening is caring.

(15) Yes, there is a danger in setting goals but there is an even bigger risk if you are not setting them.

(16) The average man on the street continues to meander through life following the path of least resistance as a wandering generality rather than a meaningful specific.

(17) You are obliged to earn more than you need, because in doing so, you will create job opportunities for less privileged than you.

[My Views] Money is not bad. In fact, money is neither good nor bad. Just like in the case of a kitchen knife, it is the intent of the person holding it that determines the impact it can bring to the world around us. Go and ear money, and use it in a way so as to change the world around you.
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(18) Money, assuming it is legitimately earned, is a yardstick that simply measures the service you have rendered. 

(19) On reaching your goal, what you become is far more important than what you get.

(20) A day is a miniature lifetime. And with a lot of good days, you make a great life.

(21) Good habits are difficult to acquire but easier to live with, and bad habits are easy to acquire and difficult to live with.

(22) When we give anything our total effort, we are winners regardless of the outcome.


Hope these life lessons will help shape up your thought process to some extent and help you lead a better life.

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