Motivational Speeches to Supercharge Your Mind

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A YouTube Playlist to reprogram your mind

For several months I listened to hundreds of YouTube Clips of motivational speeches. I decided to compile a playlist for myself with the absolute best. Talks, concepts, and ideas that make me realize new things every time I listen to them.
I want to share these with you. I aspire to help you reprogram your mind and find new energy you did not even know you had.
Play the list while you are walking, sitting on a bus, a subway or just while you are cleaning at home. Keep your body busy and make your mind available for new ideas.

Most know nothing about their customers

Here are some thought-provoking questions for you.

How many times have you started a new job and within the first week you are trained and educated about the customer. What jobs the customer has. What pains they want to avoid and what gains they are looking for. How much research material about the customer did you receive and were able to read? Did you read extensive buyer persona material?
I think it is safe to assume that you most likely did not receive any training or read any material at any of your jobs. There is one exception.

Remember, It Pays In Every Way To Think Big!

Think Big
  1. Don’t sell yourself short. Conquer the crime of self-deprecation. Concentrate on your assets. You’re better than you think you are.
  2. Use the big thinker’s vocabulary. Use big, bright, cheerful words. Use words that promise victory, hope, happiness, pleasure; avoid words that create unpleasant images of failure, defeat, grief.
  3. Stretch your vision. See what can be, not just what is. Practice adding value to things, to people, and to yourself.
  4. Get the big view of your job. Think, really think your present job is important. That next promotion depends mostly on how you think toward your present job.
  5. Think above trivial things. Focus your attention on big objectives. Before getting involved in a petty matter, ask yourself, “Is it really important?”Grow big by thinking big!

Mr. Ralph J. Chairman of the board of the General Electric Company

Mr. Ralph J. Chairman of the board of the general electric company, said this to a leadership conference: “We need from every man who aspires to leadership-for himself and his company-a determination to undertake a personal program of self-development. Nobody is going to order a man to develop…. Whether a man lags behind or moves ahead in his specialty is a matter of his own personal application. This is something which takes time, work. and sacrifice. Nobody can do it for you,”

Mr. Cordiner’s advice is sound and practical. Lice it. Persons who reach the top rungs in business management, selling, engineering, religious work, writing, acting, and in every other pursuit get there by following conscientiously and continuously a plan for self-development and growth.