From Library Journal
Readers of Ziglar's other how-to-succeed books will know what to expect: formulas and slogans by the dozen, illustrative anecdotes (often drawn from his own experiences), a few facts of behavioral psychology made easy, and some arrestingly provocative statementsamong them "You can have everything in life you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want!" As a rule, success-winning formula books tend to ignore the problems presented by the differences in people's individual capacities, with the result that they too easily assume the practice by everyone of a few simple principles will guarantee success. Ziglar's book is no exception to this rule, but, all things considered, it is a cut above most titles of this kind. A. J. Anderson, Graduate Sch. of Library & Information Science, Simmons Coll., Boston History Fairbank, John King. The Great Chinese Revolution: 1800 to the present.
Copyright 1986 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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From the Back Cover
Top Performance. You expect it of yourself. You expect it of those around you. So how do you make it a reality?
Maximize your leadership abilities and management skills with Top Performance. Inside, you will find winning ideas on how to:
- direct people's energies and stimulate their desire to excel
- manage people effectively-and get others to want your leadership
- overcome and correct poor management practices
- develop a healthy self-image
- establish standards for evaluating performance
- improve relationships and communication
These dynamic principles developed by a master salesman are applicable to the office, home, sports, church, or other organizations. Sprinkled with Ziglar's wit and helpful illustrations, these principles will propel you-and those around you-toward Top Performance.
"If anyone ever wanted a blueprint for success and leadership, Top Performance is the book to read."-Dave Liniger, CEO, RE/MAX International, Inc.
"Zig is the greatest motivator in the world. His philosophy has been the one I have tried to emulate the most."-Lou Holtz, head coach, University of South Carolina
"If they want the competitive edge, managers and doctors in the health services industry-in any industry-had better read Top Performance. No, they'd better learn to live Top Performance."-David M. Hunter, executive vice president, M. Bostin Associates