Bob speaks for corporations and associations internationally, including fortune 500 companies, franchises, and numerous direct sales organizations. He is coauthor of the International Bestseller, The Go-Giver, as well as Go-Givers Sell More, The Go-Giver Leader, The Go-Giver Influencer, and author of the sales classic, Endless Referrals and Adversaries into Allies. The Go-Giver has been published in over 30 languages and has sold over a million copies. Join Bob on Clubhouse: @bobburg

Duplication Is, Well…Duplicatable

The saying, “Don’t reinvent the wheel” is so well-known it has become almost proverbial. Yet, I constantly see people trying to “reinvent wheels” and it often works to their detriment rather than to their advantage. Please don’t misunderstand. Never would I suggest not being creative and trying new things. As human beings, we are, by our…

Is Natural Talent Really A Myth?

I have two books I feel absolutely compelled to suggest you read; first, because they are simply great reads. Secondly, if the topics themselves interest you, you’ll find the knowledge and wisdom contained to be extremely beneficial to you. Today, we’ll look at… Talent Is Overrated: What Really Separates World-Class Performers from Everybody Else by…

Responding Versus Reacting, Part Three

Now that we’ve explored the difference between “Responding and Reacting” and how it applies in real-life situations, let’s look at how mastering the trait of, what I call, “Response Consciousness” can result in a significantly more joyful and less stressful life. Short-term, you’ll find yourself much more comfortable and relaxed knowing that you can handle…

Responding Versus Reacting, Part Two

In Part One we saw the difference between two related – but very different – terms, “Responding” and “Reacting.” Let’s take a quick look at how they played out for me personally in one particular instance. There was plenty of room to pull safely into the parking space. Being too hurried and not paying attention as…

Responding Versus Reacting, Part One

Though the words, “Respond” and “React” are similar, the difference is quite significant. I still recall, more than 20 years ago, on one of his audio programs, Zig Ziglar asking, “Did you respond well to the medication your doctor prescribed, or did you have a bad reaction?” The Sages asked, “Who is mighty?” and answered, “He…