Tim Ferriss: "What we fear doing most is usually what we most need to do." | Image courtesy: tim.blog
Tim Ferriss: The hard choices -- what we most fear doing, asking, saying -- are very often exactly what we need to do. How can we overcome self-paralysis and take action? Tim Ferriss encourages us to fully envision and write down our fears in detail, in a simple but powerful exercise he calls "fear-setting."
Learn more about how this practice can help you thrive in high-stress environments and separate what you can control from what you cannot.
Jack Canfield: "For every reason it's not possible, there are hundreds of people who have faced the same circumstances and succeeded." | Image courtesy: jackcanfield.com
Jack Canfield: For most of us fear is the single biggest thing that holds us back from achieving our goals and dreams. It’s one of most common reasons people procrastinate on taking action toward their goals.
We fear failure, loss or rejection. We feel fear of being embarrassed, of being disappointed of getting hurt, or fear angering other people. So we play it safe and avoid taking risks or trying new things. This video will hopefully help you to achieve your goals by overcoming your fears and doubts.
Kobe Bryant: "“I’ll do whatever it takes to win games, whether it’s sitting on a bench waving a towel, handing a cup of water to a teammate, or hitting the game-winning shot.” | Image courtesy: NBA/USA Today Sports
Is Kobe Bryant the hardest working NBA player of all time? Everyone that makes it to the NBA has to be dedicated to his craft. But what really separated Bryant from others in the game of professional basketball?
According to many of his peers and people that knew him, it was his success mindset and work ethic.
Patrick Bisher: "I know that if you have a dream that's big enough, the scope of the reality and the obstacles in your way will pale by comparison." Image courtesy: cbn.com
(The 700 Club) Author Patrick Bisher shares how he became a Navy SEAL despite a crippling childhood condition and devastating accident. He tells how he used his faith to find his purpose to overcome a lifetime of adversity both physical and spiritual, and how the lessons he learned along the way can apply to everyday life.
Marie Forleo: "If someone tells you your big dream is unrealistic, that’s a sure sign you should go for it." | Image courtesy: marieforleo.com
Marie Forleo: Do you tend to dream big? Every single one of us has to face voices of dissent telling us that our dreams and goals are unrealistic from time to time, and often the strongest negative voice comes from within.
These five research-backed steps will help you combat that negativity, and stay in touch with your desires to you can keep dreaming big — and making it happen. | Learn more...
Jim Kwik: Boost your brain’s flexibility and creativity centers by asking your to look at everyday activities in new and different ways." | Image courtesy: afest.com
How to Stop Procrastination: Have you ever put off something urgent but unpleasant in favor of more pleasurable tasks? We've all been victims of the torment involved with procrastination. It can lead to feelings of guilt, inadequacy, depression and self-doubt.
It robs you of the life you really desire and deserve. On this episode, Jim Kwik shares his 5 Kwik Brain tips on how to beat procrastination.
Tom Bilyeu: "Dissect how you spend your time. It reveals your priorities." | Image courtesy: impacttheory.com
Tom Bilyeu, co-founder of Quest Nutrition and CEO of Impact Theory, reveals 8 powerful tips on how to master the game of focus and productivity. Through his content and public speaking, he inspires people around the world to unlock their potential and pursue greatness.
Dr. Joe Dispenza: "You are a work in progress. The organization of brain cells that makes up who you are is constantly in flux. Forget the notion that the brain is static, rigid, and fixed." | Image courtesy: impacttheory.com
Dr. Joe Dispenza went from studying biochemistry and neurology to becoming a best-selling author, expert in neuroscience, epigenetics, and quantum physics, and one of the most sought-after speakers in the world.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree with an emphasis in neuroscience. He has received postgraduate education in neurology, neuroscience, cellular biology, memory formation, and aging and longevity. He has lectured on six continents and 32 different countries.
Terri Savelle Foy: "Excellence is simply doing ordinary, everyday, mundane tasks in an extraordinary way." | Image courtesy:
Terri Savelle Foy: Words can be used as a driving force to lead you to your dreams. In this video, she explains the significant power in focusing on a single word and applying it to every area of your life.
Dr. Randal Pinkett was the first and only African-American to receive the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship at Rutgers University. He was also the winner of NBC’s hit reality television show, The Apprentice, with Donald Trump, being selected as one of 18 candidates chosen from among 1 million applicants. | Image courtesy: blacktechweek.com
Dr. Randal Pinkett shares insight on successful entrepreneurship. As a young man in New Jersey, Dr. Pinkett successfully participated in a General Electric sponsored program that was aimed at minority high school students. They were exposed to engineering, science, technology, math and what it meant to be involved in industry.
He has established himself as a successful entrepreneur, speaker, author, and scholar. He is the co-founder, chairman and CEO of BCT Partners, a multimillion dollar management, technology and policy consulting firm based in Newark, NJ.