Who says See You at the Top?

Zig Ziglar For more than three decades, Zig Ziglar, one of the great motivators of our age, traveled the world, encouraging, uplifting, and inspiring audiences. His groundbreaking best seller, See You at the Top, remains an authentic American classic.

When was See You at the Top written?

2000 His groundbreaking book See You at the Top, revised in 2000, remains an authentic American classic, explaining step by step his time-tested formula for individual development and personal success.

What is the meaning of See You at the Top?

‘, or ‘See you at the top! … See you at the top! is a motivational/encouraging way of saying I know you’ll succeed (like I did). It could also mean I know that we’ll both succeed. (It was a quote made famous by the motivational speaker/writer Zig Ziglar.)

Which is correct on the top or at the top?

The only preposition used with top alone is on. And we don’t really say on the top, rather on top, meaning encima. As for at the top, you are right that there is a subtle difference. At the top means at the level of the top, so to speak–so it is more general.