Eric Thomas: Until You Believe

Until You Believe

7 Of My Most Favorite Success quotes from Eric Thomas(PhD)

 

  • “Don’t make a habit out of choosing what feels good over what’s actually good for you.”
  • “Apply the ABC’s of success to your life. Ask, Believe and Claim It.”
  • “Listen to me, even when you lose, it’s okay to lose, but you can never get comfortable with it. You can never be satisfied with losing. When you lose, it’s got to hurt.”
  • “The difference between those who succeed and fail: not taking advantage of opportunities.”
  • “When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you’ll be successful.”
  • “Don’t cry to quit! You’re already in pain, you’re already hurt! Get a reward from it!”
  • “Success is never on discount! Greatness is never on sale! Greatness is never half off! It’s all or nothing! It’s all day, every day! Greatness is never on discount!”

 

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THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS

THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS

Your Little, Golden Drops of Almond Oil

By Dr. Yomi Garnett

“To trust a man, you must know his house.”
The Caliph

THE SECRET OF HAPPINESSOnce upon a time, in the old Ottoman Empire, there lived a shoe cobbler who loved his only son so much that he wanted the boy to have only the best the world had to offer. So, one fine, wintry morning, he dispatched the young lad to the far reaches of the Empire to seek out the wisest man in the world, to learn about the secret of happiness. After a sojourn lasting sixty days, the boy, whose name was Fahd, finally arrived at the place of abode of the wisest man in the world, a distinguished-looking man called The Caliph, by all who knew him. The Caliph lived in a beautiful and well-appointed palace, high up in the mountains. Fahd found him in the Grand Ballroom of the palace amidst a plethora of activities. Against the background of a small Arabian orchestra, merchants came and went, people engaged in discreet conversations in corners, and another motley crowd converged to partake of a sumptuous banquet of the most delicious food laid out on long tables. The Caliph was obviously hosting an important event, as he was preoccupied with little snatches of animated discussion with one guest after the other. Fahd had to wait for six hours before the great man could give him the slightest attention.

Fahd: “My father has sent me to you to learn the secret of happiness.”

The Caliph: (after listening attentively for a few minutes) “I do not, regrettably, have time yet to explain the secret of happiness. However, I suggest that you take a tour of my palace and return to (continue reading…)


The Hero In You – Motivational Video

The Hero In You – Motivational Video

What makes Superman a hero is not that he has power, but that he has the wisdom and the maturity to use the power wisely. From an acting point of view, that’s how I approached the part!” CHRISTOPHER REEVE

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Your Power of Personal Magnetism

Your Power of Personal Magnetism:

The 7 Qualities of The World’s Most Charming People

By Dr. Yomi Garnett

A highly-developed charisma confers immense personal power on you, if only because, being more people-oriented, and more empathic than most, you will, on several different levels, better connect with people, allowing you to attract immense human goodwill anywhere you find youself.” – Yomi Garnett.

The word ‘charisma’ is classically defined as a compelling attractiveness or charm that can inspire devotion in other people. Put in other words, charisma is that innate quality that makes one a likable person. Although self-apologists are inclined to deprecate the pervasive influence of other people, for good, and for bad, in the affairs of man, the incontestable fact is that our fortunes are necessarily dependent on the impression we make on others. That is why it becomes compellingly necessary for us to be likable, at least to some degree.

The classic picture of a charming person is not entirely alien to our imagination.
He is poised. He is confident. When he speaks to people, he does so in a firm and measured enunciation that is delivered in a relaxed tone, and in words that are well-chosen for effective and easy amiability.
He also projects a classy but understated appearance that has the invariable propensity to fixate everyone around him. He entrances everyone, effortlessly attracting attention to himself the way magnet attaches steel to itself.
He radiates an incomparable energy and confidence that totally enamors even the most reticent individuals that come into contact with him.

His does not, however, possess incomparable charm because of what he says, or how he looks. The true essence of the charismatic energy he projects is simply a function of his entire being.
When you are engaged in dialogue with this charming fellow, you unwittingly feel yourself effortlessly inspired by, not only his ideas, but your own ideas, which inexorably bud from his place of profound emotion and infectious passion.
What does this person have that inspires so much?
What does this person have that draws others to him?
He speaks very well.
He is socially adroit.
He projects an attractive and exciting image with effortless ease.
His mystique lies in all of these.
But, he has something else.
He has charisma.
The fascinating thing about charisma is that, although it is usually difficult to say why someone has it, we all recognize it the instant we encounter it.

I have devoted consummate attention to the study of charisma.
This is my own carefully contrived definition of it.
Charisma is the ability to positively influence others by connecting with them physically, emotionally and intellectually.
Charisma is what propels people to like you.
Charisma is what motivates people to enjoy being around you, even when they possess limited knowledge of who you are.
Contrary, however, to popular refrain, one is not necessarily born with charisma.
The composite traits of charisma are, almost invariably, acquired over the course of a lifetime.

These are the seven traits of people with remarkable charisma:

1. They Carry Themselves With Uncommon Grace And Confidence.

They send out a silent message of confidence, self assurance and personal security. They look you right in the eye during dialogue. They do not slump their shoulders, rather squaring them assertively. They do not consider themselves well-dressed unless they are also wearing a smile. On the other hand, they readily paint their world with a smile at the slightest prompting.

2. They Are Compellingly Persuasive.

They find it infinitely easy to get people to subscribe to their viewpoints because they are consummately skilled in the art of distilling seemingly complex ideas into simple messages.

3. They Are Articulate Communicators.

They have an innate ability to speak well and communicate effectively, and so are able to articulate their ideas properly for easy comprehension.

4. They Are Excellent Listeners.

Although good listening skills are rarely taught and infrequently practiced, they remain a principal key to communicating well, and making others feel special. Charismatic people possess this skill (continue reading…)


Tony Robbins: How to Achieve Your Goals

Tony Robbins: How to Achieve Your Goals

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Steve Harvey: How To Make A Million Dollars

Steve Harvey: How To Make A Million Dollars

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Straight Outta Compton: How to Turn Dreams To Reality

Straight Outta Compton: How to Turn Dreams to Reality


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[VIDEO] The Importance of Fathers

[VIDEO] The Importance of Fathers

I was just reflecting today as we celebrate Father’s Day and decided to rewatch the movie, “Courageous,” to remind me of my commitment to my family and the role I play as a father in the lives of my kids. I didn’t know about this movie until a good friend of mine, Tony, gave it to me and my wife as a gift for our  Anniversary last year. This movie made a great impact on me the first time I watched and has made an even greater impact on me today. It has brought me to the point of understanding that the destinies of countless generations are in my hand, based on how I bring up my kids and the principles and philosophies that I teach them.

I had a wonderful childhood and was blessed to be exposed to great philosophies by my dad, Professor E. J. Etuk. My dad raised us to be independent and to use our minds to the fullest possible extent. He continually taught us to act like we had some common sense. I remember him telling me on several occasions that: “Common sense is not common after all!”  :-) :-)

Prof. E. J. Etuk

I’m so thankful that God blessed me & my siblings with such a strong father, who has made a difference in not just our lives, but in the lives on countless people all over the world. He is one of the people who put the part of Nigeria that I am originally from on the map. He taught us the value of hard work. I remember many nights I would wake up to use the restroom and my dad would be up reading and writing his books. He was very accomplished at that time, and there was really no need for him to continue reading or writing, but he kept at it and still does it today. I have never seen someone in my life who loves to read like my dad.

One day, I asked him why he worked so hard and then he proceeded to tell me that he does it so he can make a difference in the world and so that others wouldn’t have to grow up under the same harsh conditions he faced growing up.

Today, I take a few moments to salute my father, who is an accomplished author and one of the wisest men I know. He is a genius in his own right.

Happy Father’s Day, Daddy. I love you very much!

The video below shares some lessons about the importance of fathers in the lives of their kids(based on the story in the movie, “Courageous.”)

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How To Become An Excellent Public Speaker

How To Become An Excellent Public Speaker

By Dr. Yomi Garnett

“My own secret to effective public speaking is to consider it merely a way of sharing my thoughts, the public speech being, in real terms, only a modified form of conversation.”- Yomi Garnett

The Amazing Secret To Verbal Brilliance

Whether you are speaking publicly for the twentieth time, or whether you are doing it for the first time, for most people, it remains an exercise they approach with some trepidation and nervousness. Most people seem to think good speakers are in possession of some secret knowledge that makes them skillful in speaking. Nothing could be further from the truth. I speak, and I write for a living. This means that I’m constantly on the lecture circuit, all the year round, speaking to groups of people of very disparate backgrounds, and of every conceivable description and disposition.
Indeed, I do have a secret. It is, however, so simple as to border on the ridiculous. My secret is simply this: By a conscious act of my will, I regard each episode of public speaking as being no different from any other form of ordinary, day-to-day discourse. To put it in even simpler terms: I consider it merely a way of sharing my thoughts with other people.

Insist On Speaking Only Plain English

At any speaking engagement, anyone who is not truly communicating with his audience is merely engaging in ineffectual talk. Put in other words, the essence of the public speech is to communicate and not to impress. Make every effort to avoid the inflated word. The right word, which, more often than not, is the one with which your listeners are quite familiar, is most often a very simple word. For some inexplicable reason, most people have a tendency to throw in words that are either not in common usage, or even words that have only recently gained a certain popularity. I have just thrown in a perfect example with the uncommonly used word “inexplicable.” The word “unexplainable” would have sufficed, wouldn’t you agree? It would appear that people do this either to sound current and up-to-date, or simply to impress the audience. Unfortunately, some of these “big” words do nothing to improve our ability to communicate.
The human ego is also a factor in the tendency towards fancy language, with some speakers thinking that the bigger the words they use, the more important their subject matter and themselves appear. Try your utmost best to avoid pompous language. You will be better received and better understood if you avoid “trendy talk.”

Avoid “Empty” Words

These are also called ‘vacuous’ words, and they are words and noises that add nothing to what we are trying to say. They merely clutter up what we are trying to say, and this means they also clutter up what the audience is hearing. People use these words because they serve as ‘oral crutches,’ and can be handy when one is stalling. However, if we become dependent on them, falling back on (continue reading…)


7 Powerful Quotes by Jim Rohn[Time Management Tips Included]

7 Powerful Quotes by Jim Rohn[Time Management Tips Included]

Many people who know me know that I’m a big quotes guy. My life has been transformed because of a lot of quotes I have come in contact with over the past 16 years. I have been a student of personal development for many years and have listened to countless audio programs by the great Jim Rohn and have imbibed his philosophies, which have helped me in my personal life as well as my business life. I would like to pass on to you, my audience, 7 of my most favorite quotes from Mr. Rohn and sincerely hope that reading these quotes will spark something in you that will lead to (continue reading…)










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