“It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.

- Walt Disney

Al Pacino Peace With Inches Any Given Sunday Speech

Al Pacino Peace With Inches Any Given Sunday Speech

elivers one of the most motivating, gut-wrenching, ambitious speeches ever made in a Hollywood movie. In this Any Given Sunday “Peace with Inches” clip, Pacino explains “the fuckin’ difference between winnin’ and losin,’ how it’s all about fighting for ever inch, and the power of teamwork

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods

Arguably the most successful athlete ever, Tiger Woods was destined to be a golfer. Passion, mental focus and one of the most confident believers in himself and his skills! He not only watched motivational videos and subliminal tapes to tap his subconscious as a kid, but he is also a practicing Buddhist who gives him the focus of a monk and the confidence of a king

Jerry Rice

Jerry Rice

Find out how chasing horses in his pasture growing up and laying bricks for his father led him to become commonly known as the greatest wide receiver ever! In his first 10 years he claimed to never take even one vacation, a direct reason for his 3 rings success. “The Enemy of the best is the good. If you’re always settling with what’s good, you’ll never be the best.”

Our Deepest Fear Speech: Coach Carter

Our Deepest Fear Speech: Coach Carter

The Coach Carter movie clip of the troubled student who finally changes and understands that we were all meant to shine! He delivers Marianne Williamson’s amazing message: We are powerful beyond measure! An absolute classic.

Marie Curie: The Unstoppable Woman and Her Genius Insight!

Marie Curie: The Unstoppable Woman and Her Genius Insight!

You may have heard of the name Marie Curie, but were you aware of what she accomplished and what empowering messages she delivered to the universe? The female scientist was a genius on many different levels and was awarded for her breakthrough’s with the Nobel Prize

 “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” 

- Robert Frost

Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs, possibly the greatest visionary and innovator of the 21st Century had the right dose of passion, drive, and intuition to turn Apple into a global success. He was a dreamer, a doer, and most importantly, a world-changer

Elvis Presley

Elvis Presley

Elvis Presley was and still is one of the most popular and influential American singers of the 20th century. Elvis Presley, the best-selling solo artist in the history of pop music, gave energized performances that would shake crowds and move people like no other with his wild dance moves, songs and his good looks which made him enormously popular

Henry Ford

Henry Ford

Henry Ford was one of the richest and well-known people in the whole world. He was known worldwide for his coined term Fordism, which promised modernity, high wages and cheap consumer goods. Ford’s innovations made him an international celebrity. He had a strong global vision and goal with consumerism as the most important aspect of business. He was extremely innovative especially in his many concepts to revolutionize business including putting a franchise system that put a dealership in every North American city and also in major cities on six continents

Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt

Not just a pretty face, but a truly inspiring actor who is humble and ambitious at the same time. He has given back in so many unique ways, and continues to impact the planet. His story is one for the books, making bold moves to get to where he is, and risking everything for his gut wrenching passion. Brad Pitt has done it all and continues to be a positive influence for others! Find out why..

Rocky Balboa Speech To Son

Rocky Balboa Speech To Son

The infamous Rocky speech to his son about not letting life throw you around. Stallone (father) states “it’s not about how hard you can hit, it’s about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward.” A powerful message and no matter how many times you’ve heard it, it still seems to give shivers!

Why You Have To Be Selfish To Be Successful

Why You Have To Be Selfish To Be Successful

Do you have to be selfish to be successful? The short answer, yes! but not the selfishness you’re thinking of. Not the kind of selfishness that makes people around you feel down and irritated, but being as selfish as you can be when it comes to feeling absolutely great, day in and day out

Alan Watts: What Do You Desire Video

Alan Watts: What Do You Desire Video

Alan Watts explains the importance of doing what you desire, and not working for money. “What makes you itch? What would you do if money were no object?” What do you want to do?”

Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it!”

- Joann Wolfgang von Goethe

Art Williams: Just Do It Speech

Art Williams: Just Do It Speech

“What’s the primary difference between winners and losers? The winners do it…. They do it, and do it, and do it, and do it, until the job gets done. And then they talk about how great it is to finally have achieved something unique.”

Why Their 3 Ideas Succeeded and How Yours Can Too: Learn From The Best.

Why Their 3 Ideas Succeeded and How Yours Can Too: Learn From The Best.

What do these 3 have in common? Well, all three of these visionaries’ ideas succeeded because of how well they executed. How did Steve Jobs come up with his innovative computer gadgets, or how did Mark Zuckerberg create Facebook? What about Richard Branson and his Virgin Empire? Were they born with great ideas or was it a mindset? Well let’s just say their wasn’t a drop of scarcity or disbelief in their attitude. They had the right dose of passion for what they did, and they certainly found the solutions to problems that most humans faced prior to their concept. If you have a business idea and are unsure of whether it will succeed or not, read and learn from these 3 visionary entrepreneurs and see what elements are essential for your idea and you to succeed

50 Cent

50 Cent

Curtis Jackson, AKA 50 Cent, known for his gritty lyrics and bold decision making skills that have helped him amass millions, in fact, he is one of the highest selling rappers of all time. From his street-life beginnings, 50 rose to fame by having no fear, and doing whatever it took

Manny Pacquiao

Manny Pacquiao

Manny was born in poverty and then his father eloped leaving him as the man of the house. He eventually made a big sacrifice, leaving his mom and home for a better future of being a boxer. Find out how the Pac-man reached the top by risking it all and never giving up..

Steven Spielberg

Steven Spielberg

Steven Spielberg is perhaps Hollywood’s most influential director. His inspiration for filmmaking came when he was only a preteen where he would create adventure films with an amateur 8mm and charged admission too. This was the first move to following his destiny..

Babe Ruth

Babe Ruth

Babe Ruth, the legend of baseball was a man who was not afraid to face fears and break limits. He was honored for his courage and attitude. Although his mother past away when he was a teenage and his father sent him to an orphanage, Ruth never let his surroundings determine his future. “Yesterday’s home runs don’t win today’s games.”