Inspired Leaders

Inspired Leaders Hangout with Michael D Haines
It gave me great pleasure to speak with Michael D Haines about his business. He is inspirational and it is clear to me that anyone in the service industry would benefit from hiring him as an inspirational speaker. He is a huge champion for the customer service industry. Contact Mike at michaeldhaines.com. You’ll be glad you did. It was lovely and fun to do our first hangout together.

Mel Robbins: How to Stop Screwing Yourself Over
Brilliantly outrageous and funny, Mel cuts straight to the most insidious word that limits our motivation to succeed.

“The odds of you being born is 1:400 Trillion.” Miraculous. Yet we settle for mediocrity…she used another word, although you must watch the video for it to be revealed. We all need to FORCE ourselves to to take action and be the awesome soul each of us was born to be! Five seconds now has a totally different meaning.

Roz Picard, as mentioned by Mel Robbins, speaks about Emotion Technology. It measures our emotions, and charts the peaks and valleys of any of our 1200 emotions we are capable of feeling. It shows when we are excited, and also reveals a higher level while anticipating an event. The line is flat when we are bored. It spikes when we are frustrated. She fuels our imagination when she asks how this be used in our businesses. For marketing, online, research, education? Fascinating and thought provoking.

Simon Sinek: How Great Leaders Inspire Action
Listen to Simon Sinek’s brilliant talk at Ted: Ideas Worth Spreading. It all starts with WHY.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you follow my blog, you know I’m a huge fan of Dr. John Demartini. In today’s video he states that the potential for achieving your goals are highest when your goals match your values.  You will not need outside motivation as you will be fulfilled and inspired when doing what you love.

 

 

The Power of Belief by Tony Robbins

 

We as humans as meant to thrive and live in joy.

I recently came across Michelle Schaeffer’s post which is another time utilizer. 10 Things You Can Do in 10 Minutes to Move Your Business Forward. A must read.

Napoleon Hill – Part 1. Definiteness of Purpose (Think and Grow Rich – Success Principles)

The world as Steve Jobs saw it:

Dr John Demartini in his interview by Loral Langemeier shares his incredible story, and was first inspired by Paul Bragg who said, “We have a body, we have a mind, and we have a soul, and the body must the guided by the mind, and the mind must be directed by the soul to maximize our potential and live an amazing life.  You must set goals for yourself, your family, your community, your city, your state, your nation, your world, and beyond for 100-120 years.”

One of Dr. Demartini’s daily declarations, which he’s said for 39 years, is: “I am a genius, and I apply my wisdom.” It is evident that he is a genius and has generously shared his wisdom, despite being told by his elementary school teacher that he will never learn to read, or write, or ever amount to anything. He shares that your declarations, or affirmations, must be congruent with your highest values.

Inspirational and truly enjoyable live interview with Oprah by Sheryl Sandberg at Facebook. A couple of aha moments for me this year which Oprah said with such eloquence: “You teach people how to treat you.” and “Everyone is just looking to be seen.” A quote from Sarah McLachlan also sends this home. Sarah wrote, “I don’t want someone to love me, or like me, I just want someone to see me, My heart.” Beautiful.
Oprah by Sheryl Sandberg at Facebook

“When it seems impossible, when it seems like nothing is going to work, you’re usually just a few millimeters away from making it happen.” ~ Anthony Robbins

 

And then we have inspiration from the unlikeliest sources…the leader in YouTube videos. We all need a belly laugh.  This video of the Ultimate Dog Tease is hilarious.  70million views. Wow.

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