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Auston Matthews’ Calm Nature Assisted His Unlikely Path to the NHL:...

Auston Matthews is quiet, calm and almost unshakable. He plays with confidence but he’s modest in the way he does it. He’s dominant in a silent way.

Bartleby Gaines’ “Who Cares About Your Approval” Speech From Accepted

In this scene from 2006 film Accepted, Bartleby Gaines gives a thrilling speech about some of the 'truths' about society, being accepted and mostly about school.

Michael J. Fox On Acceptance, Surrendering And Taking Chances

An inspiring speech by Michael J. Fox where he talks about acceptance, surrendering and taking chances with just focusing on doing the next great thing.

Oprah Winfrey On The Power of Really Believing Yourself

What Oprah Winfrey says in this video regarding our beliefs, is truly powerful beyond measure, this is it, this is really the mentality one must possess in order to achieve their goals. It's all possible, and Oprah is living proof. Here are some of the core lines Oprah states in the video (one regarding Jim Carrey's story on how he visualized his way to success).

Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton’s Quote On Fixity Of Purpose

What is fixity of purpose? How does one clearly discern the object of their desire? What method is used to habitually direct their power?

Analyzing Benjamin Franklin’s Quote About The Correlation Between Being Involved And...

Taking a deeper look at what we can understand about Benjamin Franklin's quote "Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” 

Exploring Pablo Picasso’s Quote About “Doing That What I Cannot Do”

Find out what legendary artist Pablo Picasso was really trying to imply with his most popular quote about the importance of doing the things that you do not know.

Why I Succeed: Jimmy Butler

Chicago Bulls shooting guard Jimmy Butler tells his tale about how he succeeded because of what he does every single day.

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