You Might Be Interested . . . . Growing Up Ziglar

27 Feb

Last week I received Growing Up Ziglar by Julie Ziglar Norman.  Not a book I requested to review, I thought that you might still be interested in it.  So here it is for you to decide:  

 

Julie Ziglar Norman often says her dad is the king of ‘doing life right’ and she is the poster child for ‘doing life wrong.’

For over a quarter of a century she lived every day with regret, shame, guilt, and depression. But she was the daughter of the motivator’s motivator, Zig Ziglar, and knew that she needed to be positive. So she gathered up all her negative self-talk and squashed it deep down inside where it couldn’t ruin the bright and practiced smile she presented to the world.

‘People might assume Zig Ziglar’s daughter would automatically grow up to have a positive attitude,’ Julie says. ‘For a large portion of my life, I was just positive I was miserable!’

Her powerful and heartwarming story will move readers to laughter and tears. Mostly it will renew their faith in God’s power to redeem all the wrong choices and bring them full circle to hope and healing. Julie urges readers not to settle for okay when God has true joy waiting for them. She shares tools to equip them to make the changes needed to find true freedom in every area of life.

I have not read Growing Up Ziglar (and not sure I will), so if you would like to read a review of this new book, I suggest you head over to Reviews From The Heart to get the scoop.

 

(I received a copy of Growing Up Ziglar compliments of Guideposts.)

 

2 Responses to “You Might Be Interested . . . . Growing Up Ziglar”

  1. Judy Strunk Burgi February 27, 2012 at 7:54 am #

    This is definitely a book I’d be interested in. I have met Zig Ziglar in person. A company I worked for many years ago hired him to come into our work place and motivate us! He really is a great motivational speaker. I was very impressed. I’m looking forward to reading what his Daughter has to say!

    Blessings!
    Judy
    judyjohn2004[at]yahoo[dot]com

    • rbclibrary February 27, 2012 at 11:51 am #

      Thanks for stopping by. Be sure to check out Reviews From The Heart’s review.

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