Many of my posts for Income Insiders are about inspiration and motivation which we all need from time to time. Personally, I can’t get enough.
I love to watch others excel and become successful, whether in a simple or a dramatic way or… even if that person has limitations. It shows to me that no matter what your circumstances are- if you want something bad enough, you’ll find a way. Now that’s what I call inspiration and motivation!
Special note: I found this video of course on YouTube but I was blown away at a comment I read about it. It was disgusting, totally uncalled for and I really can’t believe someone would actually put there name on something so vulgar. And what’s even worse, 14 other people “liked” the sorry comment.
My first thought was this person was obviously jealous and can’t stand the fact that most people support others who help themselves. Maybe if they’d stop thinking all about themselves for a minute, they could actually change their circumstances and get support also. Who knows, maybe they like playing the victim…
Sorry, I just had to vent a minute. Nothing jerks my chain more than to read stuff like that. Anyway, thanks for listening!
Let’s move on…
This short video clip is inspirational and motivational but has an added ingredient… pure enthusiasm.
When you are working from home-sometimes it can become rather lonely and hard to get a little bit of enthusiasm going either from within yourself or from others around you.
That’s exactly why I take time out of my day to view videos or read something to give me a lift.
Enthusiasm is just one of those emotional pleasures which when started can snowball into something fantastic. The more people that join in, the more you feel unstoppable!
Take the story of Jason McElwain …living with Autism.
His love and support for his school’s basketball team is something to be admired in itself.
Jason was the water boy for his team but more importantly, went above and beyond to motivate his team players. He was loved by all his classmates, family, team members and the coach.
This video teared me up…his senior year – the coach let him suit up and you won’t believe what “enthusiasm” did for him in the last 4 minutes of the game.
In his words…“I caught fire!”
Ya gotta love it!
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