Month: September 2020

Vera Jones, a collegiate Hall-of-Fame athlete, learns a lesson from her blind son about the vision needed to overcome life’s hardships. ► Watch all our inspirational videos: Most Inspiring Videos, Speeches and Interviews ► Subscribe Here: https://goo.gl/wTKGC4 Share this video. Spread the motivation. ========================================­­­­­­­======== FOLLOW US: Facebook: https://goo.gl/cjShXM Instagram: https://goo.gl/XaukHK Twitter: https://goo.gl/WBe30b Website: https://www.goalcast.com ========================================­­­­­­­========
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“It’s time you realized that you have something in you more powerful and miraculous than the things that affect you and make you dance like a puppet.” ~Marcus Aurelius In 2016 I was about to graduate with high honors from a top university. I had mastered Mandarin. Eleven months before graduation, I had secured a
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Takeaway: The next time you reach a strong impasse with a problem, sleep on it, by writing down the problem before heading to bed. Incubating unresolved problems overnight lets your mind wander, rest, and unearth insights you might not otherwise have had. Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes, 13s. Podcast Length: 18 minutes, 34s (link to
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“You are worth the quiet moment, you are worth the deeper breath. You are worth the time it takes to slow down, be still, and rest.” ~ Morgan Harper Nichols I want to talk about overwhelm, which is something I suspect I’m not alone in dealing with, especially given our current global situation. Even before the
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Over the summer, reports came out via BuzzFeed and The Hollywood Reporter with accounts about alleged “toxic” experiences working on The Ellen DeGeneres Show by past and current employees. On Monday’s season premiere of the show, host Ellen DeGeneres finally publicly addressed the complaints after remaining mum for months. (She did send a letter to
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Takeaway: Success can distract us from the problems that may compromise our future achievements and happiness. It can draw attention away from what needs to be fixed, provide a false sense of comfort, and lead to harmful side effects. Always be on the hunt for problems to fix—while also staying grateful (and humble), and recognizing the price of the success you’ve achieved.  Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes, 1s. Ed Catmull, Pixar’s cofounder and past president,
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