July 7, 2015 – Greatest Hits – Tom Ziglar & Tom Hopkins

July 7, 2015 – Greatest Hits – Tom Ziglar & Tom Hopkins

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Greatest Hits – a replay of some of our favorite interviews. Jim is on vacation.  

Tom Ziglar – President at Ziglar Inc.

Tom Ziglar literally needs no introduction. He has worked in the motivational speaker business for almost three decades. He learned the Zig Ziglar business from front door to back, starting in the warehouse, then on to production, sales, sales management, seminar promotion, and as CEO for the last 20 years. Tom says he works with the best team in the world and for the best customers in the world. His personal mission statement is, “My mission is to help you become significant by equipping you to help others become significant.” This mission is why Tom loves the Ziglar Legacy Certification program. And his favorite Zig quote: “Son, God don’t make no junk, and thanks to your mother, neither do I!”
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Tom Hopkins – Sales Speaker and Author of 18 books including How to Master the Art of Selling

Tom Hopkins is one of the most recognized sales training experts in the world. Since 1974, he has had the good fortune to train over 5 million students on 5 continents. Tom has helped companies in financial services, network marketing, medical supplies, funeral services and everything in between. He is the author of eighteen books, including “How to Master the Art of Selling” which sold over 1.7 million copies and his latest When Buyers Say No: Essential Strategies for Keeping a Sale Moving Forward. His books are used as text books in sales and marketing classes and are required reading for new salespeople by sales and management professionals in a wide variety of industries. The basis of Tom’s training is how-to strategies and tactics, not motivational hype. Tom’s live seminars have been presented in North America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.
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