Category Archives: YouTube

Have a Laugh Fridays – “Office Linebacker”

“Terry Tate, Office Linebacker” was a Superbowl commercial in 2003.

Still one of my favourites.

Have a FANTASTIC weekend everyone!

Advertisements

Video – Pat Flynn’s Passive Income Model

Great video to give you a better understanding of a passive income model!

Check out more great content from Pat Flynn at:

 

http://www.smartpassiveincome.com/

 

Have a FANTASTIC day!

 

Turning Stupidity In To Something Positive!

Have you heard of a NekNomination?

Read the article before watching this INCREDIBLE 1 minute video!

http://metro.co.uk/2014/02/02/this-south-african-man-did-something-amazing-with-his-neknomination-4288467/

Please share and help get the message out there today!

Great Message About The First Follower!

The first follower transforms a lone nut in to a leader!”

Great quote from this short three-minute video.

Hope you enjoy this as much as I do.

Have a fantastic Wednesday.

TED Talk – Social Media And The End Of Gender!

I am so lucky that I have a TED Talks channel with my cable TV package at home!

I found Johanna Blakley’s TED Talk on “social media and the end of gender” very interesting when I watched last night.

I would like to know your thoughts on this intriguing topic.

Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

Mel Robbins Presentation – Stop Screwing Yourself Over

I originally posted this Mel Robbins video late in February, and have thought about it a lot lately.

This 21 minute presentation blew me away the first time I saw it! She drills through the mental clutter that stands between people and what they want.

Put your phone on mute, close your email and enjoy the message today at lunch, or at home one night as soon as you can.  It will be the best 21 minutes you spend all week and I hope it will change your day, week, year and beyond!

You can also check out her website at:

http://melrobbins.com/

Enjoy!

Could You Be More Focused?

Eben Pagan is one of my true inspirations from the internet marketing space. I could listen to him speak all day!

A couple of years ago he launched a program called “Wake Up Productive”, and some short videos are posted on YouTube. I absolutely love the message in this series, and I have included his video on “Focus” for your viewing pleasure today. 

It is only a little over 3 minutes long if you skip the promotion of the series at the beginning and end.

If  you would like to see the series of videos, click this link to the “Wake Up Productive” channel on YouTube.

http://www.youtube.com/user/wakeupproductive?feature=results_main

Have a great day!

Have A Laugh Fridays – “Scary” Sales Techniques

Not much I can say other than make sure you really know who you are taking on a joint sales call! Have a great weekend….

Have A Laugh Fridays – Awesome Family Car Sing-A-Long

My “Passion vs. Raw Talent” post (featuring my Van Halen concert review) early this week was very well received. So I thought, what the heck, let’s keep the momentum going with another music themed post.

I hope you enjoy this family road trip moment as much as I did. Have a great weekend!

I really enjoyed this post today from Kayla Cruz and corresponding video by Shawn Achor. Have a read and listen when you have some time. Let’s not be “average”.

Gen Y Girl

Let me start off by saying that I’m a huge fan of these Ted Talks.

I saw this one today and thought I’d share.

Shawn Achor, CEO of Good Think, Inc., researches and teaches about positive psychology.

Positive psychology… It seems to be a topic of great interest lately.

There are thousands of books teaching people things like how to be happy… how to make the best out of really crappy situations… that your attitude determines your success.

Well it does, but that’s not what I want to write about at the moment.

Achor makes many great points in his talk, but the one that I really loved was his emphasis on the fact that we need to stop focusing on the average (start the video at about 4 mins).

You see, when it comes to business and success, it’s no secret that some people and some companies are…

View original post 366 more words