STOP SAYING TOMORROW-Motivational Video | Motivational Speech | End Laziness(so inspiring!)

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16 thoughts on “STOP SAYING TOMORROW-Motivational Video | Motivational Speech | End Laziness(so inspiring!)

  • September 22, 2017 at 8:04 pm

    What are the responsibilities of the leader? The leader must always remember that he or she is a servant to those that are being led. Let me make a confession to you. I have no idea what it takes to make a motor run. I do know that when I turn the key my car engine will start. TURNING THE KEY IS MY “CAUSE AND EFFECT.” My point is that it is NOT important that I know every little detail about the engine to drive the car. Fortunately for me, somebody already figured that out and I am the beneficiary of their knowledge. The same thing is true about leadership. You, already know that having a VISION is the key to accomplishment. Remember that most of the people, typically 19 out of 20 that you work with, do not either know this Universal law or choose not to make use of it. The first responsibility of the leader is to be an “imagineer” for your team. The team process of Imagineering is a bit different than that used for the individual to be successful but there are many similarities, as well.
    Here we go again. Creating a vision. Again, a vision is the key to progress. When you feel like you are making progress that is when you are most alive and most passionate. It is when life is most INSPIRING. You are pursuing a worthy goal with extreme vigor! If only you can motivate your team. If only you can inspire them. How do you do that? Simple. You get them to inspire themselves! You’ve got to get your team to take a PEEK AT THE PEAK. Make your vision HUGE. Remember, if you want to get to the top of the mountain, the PEAK, you must create the right CLIMATE before you CLIMB IT.
    If we don’t consciously plant the seeds of what we want, in the gardens of our minds, we will end up with weeds. If we want to discover the unlimited possibilities within us, we must find a goal big enough and grand enough to challenge us to push beyond our limits and discover our true potential. We all must create a magnificent obsession:

    A productivity dispatcher was sent to a construction site in France during the middle ages to interview the laborers. He approached the first worker and asked, “What are you doing?”
    “What are you blind?” the worker snapped back. “I am cutting these impossible boulders with primitive tools and putting them together the way the boss tells me. I am sweating under this blazing sun. It’s backbreaking work and it’s boring me to death.”
    The dispatcher quickly backed off and retreated to a second worker. He asked the same question: What are you doing? The second worker replied, “I am shaping these boulders into usable blocks, which are then assembled according to the architect’s plans. It’s hard work and sometimes it gets repetitious but I earn 5 francs a week and that supports my family.”
    Somewhat encouraged, the dispatcher went on to a third worker. “And what are you doing?” he asked. The third worker beamed, stood up and lifted his arms to the sky. “Why can’t you see?” he said proudly. “I’m building a cathedral.”
    That story illustrates the power of long term goals to pull us through the tedious routine of day to day activity. On a grander scale, it is a story about vision. We might define vision as a picture of the future or as the ability to create such a picture. This ability is an essential quality of a leader. It is the heart of a successful organization. An organization must have a vision of what it is. What it stands for. What it hopes to accomplish and how it plans to go about accomplishing these objectives. These things define the organization’s overall purpose. Its very reason for existing. Without a meaningful vision, an organization cannot survive.

    A corporate vision statement must be something we can see in our mind’s eye. That’s why it is called a “vision”, because we need to be able to ‘see’ it. A good vision statement explains what the world would look like if everything we did was wildly successful. Dr. Martin Luther King had a dream that one day “little black boys and girls would be able to sit down and hold hands with little white boys and girls as brothers and sisters.” We can imagine that; we can see what that looks like. And if we find that vision inspiring and worthy of our time and energy, then we can more easily plan the steps we need to achieve that vision.
    If this vision is compelling enough to other people and is clearly and meaningfully communicated to them, constantly, the chances are good that they will be motivated to do their part toward making that vision a reality. Organizational and individual goals will be set as increments toward the eventual realization of the vision. Generally, the organization’s vision is determined by its leaders. All true leaders have visions. They know where they are going and they have a pretty good idea of how to get there. In time, they will get there. These leaders are able to empower others to set goals that coincide with theirs. They allow other people to envision, in their own way, the visions of the leaders. The basic purpose of a leader can be stated as dreaming a dream and then making it come true. In other words, a leader should develop a clear and worthy vision that will motivate other people. And then, he or she must maintain focus on it and oversee the work as that vision is transformed into a reality.

  • September 22, 2017 at 8:04 pm

    Surround yourself with positive people and successful people. I stopped hanging out with people that only wanted to get drunk and smoke. I'm not saying they are bad people but they weren't going anywhere in life, now I'm growing my business and I'm making relationships with people that want success.


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