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This uplifting collection of Zig Ziglar's personal letters paints a vivid portrait of a family in which love abounds-and serves as the foundation of every relationship. These letters reflect the innermost thoughts and feelings of a loving husband and devoted father who is totally committed to the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of his family.
"It is a breath of fresh air to share in the lives of this remarkably sensitive family. This book . . . offers a wonderful glance at joyful, funny, and meaningful incidents that make a family close, loving, and respectful of one another. It is a book that needs to be read by every parent." -Dr. Shirley Cothran Barret, speaker, author, and Miss America, 1975 Zig Ziglar's first book, See You at the Top, stands as a landmark in inspirational book publishing and a staple of the genre. Confessions of a Happy Christian documents Ziglar's remarkable life-including his transformation from an introverted, mediocre salesman into one of the world's most magnetic and successful motivators. Now, in Dear Family, Ziglar addresses the issues that confront him, along with countless others, as a father and husband: * The cultivation of personal qualities that will sustain each member of the family throughout a lifetime * The need to establish, early in life, the values that anchor any successful, happy life * "Quality time" versus "quantity time" * A parent's obligation to lead his children through the maze of sibling conflicts and relationships with members of the opposite sex, and the myriad fears and uncertainties of every youngster en route to adulthood These letters reflect the innermost thoughts and feelings of a loving husband and devoted father who is totally committed to the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of his family. For readers everywhere, these intimate communications about life and love and family can provide a practical guide for building and strengthening their own family relationships.
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