Tom is the proud son of the legendary speaker Zig Ziglar and for the last 20 years has been the CEO of Ziglar Performance.
Tom is a sought after presenter, speaker, and author. He and his dad have created multiple bestselling programs, books, and training courses. And the Ziglar podcast, which Tom launched a few years ago, averages over 200,000 downloads per month.
Legacy is the transfer of habit that will ripple through eternity. When legacy is your goal, success and significance are byproducts
What do you want people to say about you behind your back? Define the words you want to be identified with and then you will build the habits to get there
Zig gave all he had all the time. Prov 11:25, He who waters can’t help but be watered himself. Zig spent three hours a day reading, researching, and preparing
People are desperate to be heard. This is why so many are on Facebook. Small groups where people who will share their scars is where real communication occurs. Talking out of wounds is different than sharing from scars.
What you do is not as important as the reason WHY YOU DO IT. Your HOW needs to work with your WHY
“Leadership can be taught. Culture can be taught. People can be transformed by truth, by authenticity, by knowledge, and by experience. And that’s amazing.”
“Don’t let your former glory surpass the latter glory you will have, because there are things that you’re created to do that will be more impactful.”
“Life is transition. It is one transition after another. The more you can learn how to navigate that (your business, your team, and your family) successfully, the more successful you’ll be in life.”
“If you find your significance in the wrong place, you will struggle when that relationship is over.”
Nick Bradley is a PGA Tour Mentor & Ryder Cup Strategist. Nick helped Justin Rose go from 125th in the world to 5th. He also works directly with the Ryder Cup teams. He is the bestselling author of The 7 Laws of the Golf Swing and Kinetic Golf. Currently, Nick’s average client is worth over a $100 million, and he is used to working with peak performers. But Nick has also experienced tragedy in his life, the suicide of his father and going through a deep depression. Today, he shares how he had to take all the things he teaches as a world-class golf instructor and learn to reapply them to his own life.
“Nick, thanks for getting me back in the winner’s circle.” – Justin Rose, 2013 US Open Champion European #1
“Nick, you were the natural person to help me with my captaincy.” – Paul McGinley, 2014 Winning Ryder Cup Captain
“Nick Bradley is one of the world’s newest teaching stars.” – Butch Harmon, Ranked #1 Golf Instructor in the World
“Nick Bradley is the most innovative golf instructor in the world.” – Golf Digest