Most people talk to their dogs (some people talk to their plants!), but Zig Ziglar has engaged in lively conversations and even the occasional debate with his Welsh Corgi dog, Taffy. When Dirty Dog (Zig’s affectionate nickname for Taffy) walked into the Ziglar family household on his short, stubby legs in early 1995, he walked straight into Zig’s unsuspecting heart. Conversations With My Dog shows a side of America’s number one motivator that few may have suspected. He’s nuts about his dog - and the feeling is obviously mutual. Their discussions about health, happiness, faith, and the nature of dogs and how to improve relationships - including the one Dirty Dog has with his “Dad” - make this not only an enjoyable read, but one that will leave you with much to consider.
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Zig Ziglar is a talented author and speaker who, since 1970, has traveled over five million miles delivering his message of hope and enthusiasm. He has written twenty-three celebrated books on personal growth, leadership, sales, faith, family, and success.From AudioFile:
With a familiar cowboy drawl that captivates on contact, the legendary sales and motivational guru offers a broad menu of thoughts, observations, and questions about the mysteries of life. He talks to Taffy, his 10-year-old Welsh corgi, who not only talks back, but does most of the talking--a literary device that no one but Ziglar could pull off. Taffy chides and cajoles the author by reminding him of Ziglar's own teachings about character, relationships, faith, and generosity whenever Ziglar disappoints him. Taffy also explains a lot of the doggie behavior that annoys so many of us. The presentation is a charming variation of a Zig Ziglar theme--finding grace and wisdom in the least among us. T.W. © AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description Brilliance Audio, 2005. Book Condition: very good. Gently used. Expect delivery in 20 days. Bookseller Inventory # 9781596008144-3