In this candid talk, Will Smith shares the big secret to his success. Will Smith says that he wants everyone to be happy with their own lives. Will Smith urges all his fans to follow theirs dreams and passion. He assures that believing in your dreams and following your dreams will lead everyone to success.
In the video below, Will Smith shares the secret to his success:
Today Josef Azam may be CEO of a Design Shop but only five years back he was just a baggage handler trying to make ends meet. Don’t know Josef Azam? No problem…you will start revering him after you watch his video.
According to Josef Azam where you live today or what your family background is just doesn’t matter in life. He feels they have no bearing on you achieving greatness. Josef Azam feels that moving forward depends on the sacrifices one makes knowing that these sacrifices are needed today to succeed tomorrow.
After all that’s what it’s all about, making sacrifices and knowing what must be done in order to move ahead of everyone else.
In this video, Josef Azam explains how he struggled through life and finally how he achieved success. Presenting the rags to riches story of Josef Azam, CEO, DesignShop:
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Natalie Warne is less than 25 years old – a youngster – and yet has managed to get the whole World’s focus on the Invisible Children Project. The Invisible Children Project was a initiative to rescue suffering children from the clutches of Joseph Kony’s child armies in Uganda.
As a 18 year old youngster, Natalie Warne worked as an intern with Invisible Children and thanks to her efforts the Project got international attention in a short period. Natalie Warne even managed to get the “Invisible Children” on the Oprah Winfrey Show thus reaching every household in America.
The foundation of Natalie Warne’s amazing TED speech on how youngsters can change the World, is her own experience with the Invisible Children.
Natalie Warne says if young people stay motivated and focused on their goals, they can achieve anything they set out to do. Natalie Warne goes on to explain that no one is too young to influence change in the world if they have the determination. You can also follow Natalie Warne on Twitter
Jennifer Aaker is best known for her research on time, money and happiness.
In this video she expands on her focus area and explains what the real drivers of happiness are. There are very few out there who know the real drivers of happiness, and Jennifer Aaker makes it very easy to understand for the rest of us.
She has a simple slide she uses to explain the real drivers of happiness – she shows us what matters more and what doesn’t matter when it comes to making us happy. A must watch video if you want to be happy in life.
Wake up with a smile and chances are there that you will keep smiling all through the day. How you start the day will decide how your day progresses, and also how it ends. When you have a great start to your day, you will most probably end it successfully too.
Here are some excellent tips for a better and successful start to your day:
Ron Gutman is a speaker, writer, entrepreneur and investor. In this TED video he explains how smiling can make us feel better, healthier, attractive and competent in the eyes of others. In this video, Ron Gutman also states that smiling is an easy tool that changes our emotions in an easy way.
Ron Gutman also goes back to when we were babies and says even as babies we smile in the womb and when we are born we smile. He also confirms that even blind babies respond with a smile to human voices….why then do we forget to smile when we grown up?
Ron Gutman urges everyone to smile for a better life. Presenting Ron Gutman on power of smiling:
Forget about the organizational charts shown to you during your induction at your workplace. There are generally two organizational charts in any organization – the HR’s organizational chart and the real organizational chart.
Here’s an actual and lighter look at the real organizational chart in any workplace these days. Once you join an organization, you can hack your way to success once you know to wade through the real organizational chart.
Here is how The real organizational chart of an organization looks:
Ramsey Musallam talks about the three rules to spark the learning process. In this TED talk video, Ramsey Musallam explains how cultivating curiosity does wonders in the classroom. Ramsey Musallam goes on to explain all about teaching with new models to build curiosity. He also asserts that curiosity plays a role in the corporate world.
Video of Ramsey Musallam on three rules to spark learning:
Books are companions that stay with you when you are happy or when you are sad – what you read in books stay with you even longer. They may be children’s books, sci-fi novels, mathematics magic, fiction, non-fiction, short stories, essays or just plan manga comics…whatever they are…it is a fact that everybody loves books. Some of these books are just plain time pass and some are life changing books, to say the least.
Some are classics and some are recent bestsellers – but all these books have the ability to grip you when being read and then leave a lasting impression on you changing your life for ever.
Here in this presentation, you will find Twenty four life changing books you must read. First find out how many of these books you have already read in your life…and then line up the rest:
Thomas Alva Edison impacted us all to a great extent by inventing the light bulb. In a life which included many other inventions, he left behind lot of inspiring quotes as well. Here is Thomas Edison on why people miss opportunities:
Desire! That’s the one secret of every man’s career. Not education. Not being born with hidden talents. Desire.
More about Johnny Carson
Johnny Carson, who died ten years back (on January 23, 2005) was a very popular American television host. He was an outstanding comedian, writer and actor. Johnny Carson was so good that in 1987 he was inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame. From the 1970s to 1990s Johnny Carson became an American icon, whose every sentence was latched on to. More about Johnny Carson.
We all have lots of excuses for not starting what we have in mind – lots of excuses to NOT start a business, a job search, a location move etc. The enterprising individual, instead of giving excuses finds out what is possible with the resources available.
Here in this picture you will see a tailor set up shop inside an SBI ATM. Sure this can happen only in India, but you got to appreciate the self-belief of the tailor that he can pull it off.
Martin Luther King Jr lived an amazing life leading the Civil Rights Movement movement and seeing it succeed before he got assassinated.
Here are the Lessons to be learnt from Martin Luther King Jr – ten quotes which provide us inspiring life lessons.
About Martin Luther King, Jr.:
Martin Luther King was an American pastor, humanitarian, and leader of the African-American Civil Rights Movement. He was born on January 15, 1929 (and passed away on April 4, 1968). In a way, he can be compared to Mahatma Gandhi was his nonviolent civil disobedience movements which helped improve the conditions of the Blacks in USA. More about Martin Luther King can be found here.
Eleanor Roosevelt was the longest-serving First Lady of the United States, holding the post from March 1933 to April 1945 during her husband President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s four terms as US President. US wouldn’t have joined and supported the United Nations had it not been for Eleanor Roosevelt’s perseverance.
More quotes by Eleanor Roosevelt
Eleanor Roosevelt on a fresh start: With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.
Eleanor Roosevelt on women: A woman is like a tea bag – you can’t tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.
Eleanor Roosevelt on dreams: The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.
Eleanor Roosevelt on you: No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.
Eleanor Roosevelt on character: People grow through experience if they meet life honestly and courageously. This is how character is built.
Eleanor Roosevelt on giving: It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness.
Eleanor Roosevelt on curiosity: I think, at a child’s birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godmother to endow it with the most useful gift, that gift should be curiosity.
Eleanor Roosevelt on favors: It is not fair to ask of others what you are not willing to do yourself.
Eleanor Roosevelt on peace: It isn’t enough to talk about peace. One must believe in it. And it isn’t enough to believe in it. One must work at it.
Eleanor Roosevelt on justice: Justice cannot be for one side alone, but must be for both.
Eleanor Roosevelt on saying yes: Never allow a person to tell you no who doesn’t have the power to say yes.
Eleanor Roosevelt on planning: It takes as much energy to wish as it does to plan.
Eleanor Roosevelt on wars: I can not believe that war is the best solution. No one won the last war, and no one will win the next war.
Eleanor Roosevelt on life: If life were predictable it would cease to be life, and be without flavor.
Chetan Bhagat on new generations: The younger generation is surrounded by the Internet, apps, and video games. But somehow, my books make them read.
Chetan Bhagat on education: While I am a capitalist at heart and I have no problems with commercialization as such, I believe that while it’s okay if education becomes a profitable business, it’s not okay if it becomes corrupt.
Chetan Bhagat on our education system: In our education system, we are taught to munch figures and remember them for lifetime. But does it help? We are not taught how to make decisions.
Chetan Bhagat on his books: I myself don’t know what makes my books work. I enter a bookstore and I’m frankly overwhelmed by the number of books in most of them, and I know people are buying mine.
Chetan Bhagat on story telling: I think original voices get noticed. But most importantly, I think you should have a story to tell.
Chetan Bhagat on himself: The real middle class India that has always been looking for a voice that is its very own. I write about it because I belong to it.