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THE GREATEST ADVICE EVER TOLD | Jim Rohn, Les Brown, Td Jakes
THE GREATEST ADVICE EVER TOLD | Jim Rohn, Les Brown, Td Jakes Don’t start the week until you had it finished. Now to lay out a week is a pretty good challenge. Next, don’t start the month until you have it finished — the places to go and the people to see, and the productivity and the sales and the customers and the development and all the rest of what you want to accomplish during the course of 30 days. Don’t start the month till it’s finished. And then here’s the big one. This is really challenging: Don’t start the year until you have it finished. To the best of your ability, it can’t be finished like minute by minute, and it might get all upset. It might get torn up and you do anew and you make so much progress the first 90 days that now you’ve got, you’ve multiplied it all by 2, by 3, because that happened to me. I thought wow, here’s how this is going to be a great year. Jim Rohn was a major force in the personal development world. He taught us that being successful is a choice, and even further, he taught us how to achieve it. When he passed away in 2009, we continued to spread his remarkable philosophy―because it’s just that monumental. “Start from wherever you are and with whatever you’ve got.” Speakers: Jim Rohn Les Brown Td Jakes Music: borrtex https://www.youtube.com/c/Borrtex/about x Borrtex's Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/borrtex/ https://www.Facebook.com/borrtex/ Footage: filmpac https://filmpac.com/ ►Copyright disclaimer: We own commercial licenses and permissions for all the content used in this video except parts about the topic that have been used under fair use.
BREAKING THE HABIT | The BEST Strategy for Changing Your Habits | Gretchen Rubin
BREAKING THE HABIT | The BEST Strategy for Changing Habits | Gretchen Rubin Gretchen Rubin breaks down habit formation into her "Strategy of the Four Tendencies" and explains what we need to do in order to form healthy, long-lasting habits easily. Credits: Check Gretchen Rubin Out Here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxi4ZHo3mdK3RLWngmygDUw HTTP://quiz.gretchenrubin.com HTTP://gretchenrubin.com/newsletter Speaker: Gretchen Rubin Music Licensed by Agus Gonzalez-Lancharro Music by Really Slow Motion Buy their music: Amazon: http://amzn.to/1lTltY5 iTunes: http://bit.ly/1ee3l8K Spotify: http://bit.ly/1r3lPvN Bandcamp: http://bit.ly/1DqtZSo Visit us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReallySlowMo... Twitter: https://twitter.com/RSMmusicSound Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/reallyslo... Transcript: Now the thing, the overwhelming conclusion that I reached about habits is that if we wanna change our habits, we first have to understand ourselves. Because when we understand ourselves, we can figure out how to change our habits in the way that's gonna suit us. Because if you try to form a habit in a way that doesn't suit you, your interests, your nature, your values, it's not gonna stick, but when we understand ourselves, we can shape the habits to suit us and then we get a lot better success. And as I was studying habits, it just seemed more and more clear to me that people were really different. It seemed like all the research was treating everybody as if they were exactly the same. That they had the same affinity for habits. The same attitude for forming habits, the same desire to form habits. Which seemed obvious to me that there was a huge range among people in how they formed habits. I wanted to figure out how can you measure people against each other, how can you understand these differences, were there patterns that people were falling into. And I came up with this framework called "The Four Tendencies Framework." And it divides people into four categories. And this is a little dry at the beginning, but stay with me because it's really, really helpful in understanding yourself generally, other people generally and also how habits conform. So, "The Four Tendencies Framework" has to do with how you respond to an idea of an expectation. Now, there are two kinds of expectations. There's outer expectations and that's things like a work deadline or a request from a sweetheart. And then there's inner expectations, your own desire to write a blog, your own desire to get back into meditation. And here are the four categories. The first category are upholders. Upholders readily respond to outer expectations and inner expectations alike. They readily meet a work deadline without a lot of supervision or deadlines and they're gonna keep a new year's resolution without much fuss. I am an upholder and it turns out that upholder is a very tiny category and so many things were clear to me when I realised that I thought I was pretty average, but I'm kind of on the freaky fringe. Hermione Granger is a great example of an upholder. Next are questioners. Questioners question all expectations, but they'll do it if they think it makes sense. It's very important for them to think that something is rational, that there are sound justifications for it, that it's not arbitrary. In a sense, they make everything an inner expectation because they have to endorse it. So they readily meet inner expectations, but they're gonna disregard outer expectations if they don't accept them. Next, obligers. Obligers readily meet outer expectations, but they have a lot of trouble meeting inner expectations. So they do really well when there's supervision, when there's deadlines, when there's late fees, when there's their own duty as a role model to someone else. They hate to let other people down. But they often struggle with letting themselves down. Like one obliger said to me, "when I was in high school, I was on the track team and I've never missed a practice but I can't go running now." Because when she was on a team, when she had a coach, when she had her, her team members counting on her, she had no trouble going. But she can't go running. Or someone who said, "well, if I've got something on the calendar where I'm committed to somebody else, I never miss it, but if I make a commitment only to myself, I might skip it.” And so, for obligers, the key is external accountability. If there's a habit that they want to stick to, that they're struggling with, they need to build in that form of external accountability. Whether that's using a coach or a trainer or signing up for a class where the teacher's gonna know that you're not there or having some kind of accountability partner or thinking about your duty to be a good role model for your children or for somebody else.
Jim Rohn Motivation - 10 Things You MUST Improve EVERYDAY To Get Whatever You Want
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How to Get The Maximum Results ( Tony Robbins Motivation )
Sometimes it happens that you struggle a lot for something but not get the right results. You’re not satisfied with your productivity and you want to maximize it. If it is so then you must read this article first. Because I am gonna share the thing you are missing. Suppose you are a sales manager of your company and you are not getting the sales and you are worried about it. Or you want to get your body in shape but you are not getting the appropriate results after efforts. Maybe you started a company and it’s difficult for you to run that business and compete with the others. You don’t know what to do why someone else is getting results and you aren’t. You seem to be trying hard insanely, your intelligence level is much better than others but still, you are not getting things done. Under such circumstances, you must stop and think for a while to sort out the thing which is missing and not letting you to get the best results. In most of the cases, I have found that there are very typical reasons that I am gonna share here. I am but sure that you will find your missing thing here. ▶ Speaker: Tony Robbins ▶ Creadit: Photo & Video : https://www.pexels.com/ Music : https://www.epidemicsound.com/referral/24gv0z/ ►Copyright disclaimer: We own commercial licenses and permissions for all the content used in this video except parts about the topic that have been used under fair use.
TD Jakes | MAKE IT HAPPEN ( TD Jakes Best Motivational Speech)
TD Jakes | MAKE IT HAPPEN ( TD Jakes Best Motivational Speech) A young T.D. Jakes set out one year to buy his mother a suede jacket for Christmas. He put it on layaway and slowly paid it off, eventually bringing it home. But when she opened her present, Jakes noticed a flaw in the garment. “I was disappointed,” he remembers. “And my mother told me, ‘Look at the tag.’ On the tag it said, ‘The flaws in this garment prove the authenticity of the product.’ I don’t know why I knew at that early age of maybe 8 or 10 how important that statement was, but I never forgot it. Had it been synthetic, it would have been flawless. But the reality is proven in the flaws. That’s how you know it’s really suede. Wow. “That’s true about me, too. If there are no flaws, then I’m synthetic. Your realness is proven by your imperfections.” Spoken by TD Jakes Follow Bishop T.D. Jakes on Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bishopjakes Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/bishopjakes Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bishopjakes Music - Borrtex https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAiH... x Borrtex's Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/borrtex/ https://www.Facebook.com/borrtex/ Footage - filmpac https://www.filmpac.com/ ------------------------------------------------ ►Copyright disclaimer: We own commercial licenses and permissions for all the content used in this video except parts about the topic that have been used under fair use.
Listen To This and Change Yourself | Tony Robbins, Jim Rohn, Myles Munroe
Listen To This and Change Yourself | Tony Robbins, Jim Rohn, Myles Munroe "People who succeed have momentum. The more they succeed, the more they want to succeed, and the more they find a way to succeed. Similarly, when someone is failing, the tendency is to get on a downward spiral that can even become a self-fulfilling prophecy."-- Tony Robbins So my invitation to you is this: explore your web, the web in here — the needs, the beliefs, the emotions that are controlling you, for two reasons: so there’s more of you to give — and achieve too, we all want to do it — but I mean give, because that’s what’s going to fill you up. And secondly, so you can appreciate — not just understand, that’s intellectual, that’s the mind — but appreciate what’s driving other people. It’s the only way our world’s going to change. God bless you. Thank you. I hope this was of service. Speakers: Tony Robbins Jim Rohn Myles Munroe Robin Sharma Footage All Video Footage licensed through Videoblocksm Filmpac and Artgrid. https://artgrid.io/ https://www.videoblocks.com https://Filmpac.com Music Whitesand Borrtex Music - Borrtex https://borrtex.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Borrtex/ Music Sources: Whitesand https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe96... 🙏 Support his work on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/Whitesand LICENSE CERTIFICATE: Envato Elements Item ================================================= This license certificate documents a license to use the item listed below on a non-exclusive, commercial, worldwide and revokable basis, for one Single Use for this Registered Project. Item Title: Cinematic Ambient Piano Item URL: https://elements.envato.com/cinematic... Item ID: GAWF2HZ Author Username: Enrize Registered Project Name: The Secret of Becoming Mentally Strong License Date: September 23st, 2020 Item License Code: 9NPVSLYJFWZ ►Copyright disclaimer: We own commercial licenses and permissions for all the content used in this video except parts about the topic that have been used under fair use
I WASN'T RAISED A QUITTER | Tony Robbins, Ed Mylett, Jim Rohn
I WASN'T RAISED A QUITTER | Tony Robbins, Ed Mylett, Jim Rohn “ The only difference between a rich person and a poor person is how they use their time.” Speakers: Tony Robbins Jim Rohn Ed Mylett Music: borrtex Footage: filmpac, -------------------In a world of average people -- and average salaries -- many of us aspire to join the 7-figure club. Who doesn’t dream of becoming wealthy, so they can stop working, go on guilt-free shopping sprees and take endless vacations? However, most rich people don’t do those things, and that’s part of how they build and maintain their wealth. There’s a difference between living a life of careless spending (which will quickly drain even a wealthy person’s bank account) and living for long-term financial independence and wealth. The self-made rich aren’t necessarily smarter than anyone else, but they have mastered some important principles that help them get ahead and stay ahead. Most important, they treat building wealth as a learnable skill -- and it’s one that you can learn, too.----------------------------- FAIR-USE COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER * Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use. 1)This video has no negative impact on the original works 2)This video is also for teaching and inspirational purposes. 3)It is not transformative in nature. Mind Coaching does not own the rights to these images, videos and audio files. They have, in accordance with fair use, been repurposed with the intent of educating and motivate others. However, if any content owners would like their images removed, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Train Your Brain To Make More Money | Tony Robbins, Ed Mylett, Warren Buffet
Train Your Brain To Make More Money | Tony Robbins, Ed Mylett, Warren Buffet “Too many people spend money they haven’t earned, to buy things they don’t want, to impress people that they don’t like.” ~ Will Rogers Your brain manages your money. How you take care of your brain determines how you take care of your money. If we aren’t familiar with the fundamental financial concepts – and how your brain relates to it – we are selling ourselves short. Speakers: Tony Robbins David Bayer Ed Mylett Warren Buffet Patrick Bet-David .mp4 Music: borrtex https://www.youtube.com/c/Borrtex/about x Borrtex's Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/borrtex/ https://www.Facebook.com/borrtex/ Footage: filmpac https://filmpac.com/ artgrid: https://artgrid.com/ ►Copyright disclaimer: We own commercial licenses and permissions for all the content used in this video except parts about the topic that have been used under fair use.
How to Have a Breakthrough in Your Life ( Tony Robbins Coaching )
Fulfilling your dreams and your ability to thrive in the areas of your life that matter most can be simplified by breakthroughs, those moments in time when the impossible becomes possible. If anyone wants to thrive in any area of their life, they have to reach a point of breakthrough where they will not settle for anything less than extraordinary in that area. Whether you want a breakthrough in your business, intimate life, emotional well-being, health, finances or career, there are only three areas to break through to feel lasting success. Of course, whether you have an empowering story or disempowering one is influenced most powerfully by the mental and emotional state you’re in at that moment in time. As human beings we all develop emotional patterns, also known as moods, that are mental or emotional states that tend to filter how we look at our lives. ▶ Speaker: Tony Robbins ▶ Creadit: Photo & Video : https://www.pexels.com/ Music : https://www.epidemicsound.com/referral/24gv0z/ ►Copyright disclaimer: We own commercial licenses and permissions for all the content used in this video except parts about the topic that have been used under fair use.