Zig Ziglar’s flip-page daily calendar leads me through the year. In April he addresses his steps to the top.
It begins like this: As you start on your stairway to the top:
There you have it.
Zig Ziglar’s Six Steps on the Stairway to the Top.
I don’t know about you, but sometimes I get stuck on a step or even trip on a step and fall down. Sometimes those steps seem soooo high. But I try to remember to put one foot in front of the other every day, moving forward toward my goals.
Where are you on your stairway to success? And what are your goals?
Zig’s Stairway to the Top
2 thoughts on “Zig’s Stairway to the Top”
Thank you seems too puny for your recent contribution to the WCCW Conference. I just finished watching your workshop, and though I put it off thinking it didn’t apply to my writing genre, it turned out to be one of the best of the conference!
I’m looking forward to writing my own Chicken Soup stories now, and I will send you my first to critique! That is, after I finish my book project. lol
Looking forward to reading Writers Groups That Work; I need to form a critique group soon. I will probably have to read Charlie Bear, too…it sounds wonderful. 😉
“Thank you” also seems puny in regard to your beautiful comment. I’m honored you got so much out of it and will be happy to work with you on stories. Looking forward to it!
P.S. Critique groups are awesome (if set up correctly with professionalism and accountability for all). Best regards and let me know if you run into snags or have questions. I’m here to help.