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Motivational Podcasts | LIFE WILL HURT - Best Motivational Speech (Featuring Coach Pain)
>>>Click Here to Join Our Self Development Campaign Now<<< Motivational Podcasts | LIFE WILL HURT - Best Motivational Speech (Featuring Coach Pain). About Our Motivational Speech Website A motivational speech is a vital portion which supports a person to give their best performance and support in reaching enterprise goals. Strong positive motivation will permit the increased output of employees, but negative motivational speech will decrease their production. A critical factor in personnel management is motivation. Why Motivational Speech? Motivation is a sole art made into words which can be a compelling resource that goes beyond merely good speaking ability. The objective of it is to promote reflection or influence opinions by appealing to our sentiments. As in Martin Luther King’s Motivational Speech, “I have a dream” are excellent evidence that words can change the history of the world. Who we are? MotivationalSpeech.XYZ AKA Motivationly is a Non-Commercial Digital Media/news blog. That was founded in June 2020 to inspire people by providing authentic Motivation Speeches, Motivational Quotes, Motivational Words and Motivational Images. What is our goal? Our mission at MotivationalSpeech.xyz is to empower, inspire and motivate people by spreading knowledge of self-development, life-changing stories and mental medication to the world. We want to show you what it takes to become a successful human being with new motivation speeches, motivational videos, motivational interviews, motivational audio, motivational speeches podcasts and more with useful life coaches, entrepreneurs, celebrities and inspirational people from all over the world. Follow us Follow us on Instagram Follow us on Twitter Listen Our Exclusive Podcasts in these platforms: Google Podcast Spotify Radio Public Breaker Overcast Pocket Casts --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/motivationly/support
11 min
Becoming Great.com
Becoming Great.com
Great.com
#84 - Self-esteem | A deep understanding of what it is & how to build it
If you are suffering from overthinking, envy, comparing yourself with others, procrastination, or fear of failing - you most likely have the same problem as we've had - you are emotionally poor. Being emotionally poor has been the source of most of the pain both me and Erik have felt in our lives, and almost everyone suffers from it. In this episode, we will teach you how to become emotionally rich, how to deal with negative thoughts, become a doer that goes after their dreams, and believes in themselves. We have split this podcast episode into five topics about self-esteem and how to build self-esteem: 1. Our most painful experiences. Here we talk about how our chase for sexual and social validation has caused constant pain. 2. The emotional bank account. We explain why you can be rich and famous but still be miserable and how to deal with it. 3. The reason for low self-esteem. We look at how our negative thought patterns are the root of our pain. 4. How to deal with negative thoughts. We teach you how to deal with negative thoughts and how you can learn to understand their hidden messages. 5. A powerful exercise for self-esteem. We give you a simple 5-minute exercise that both of us have done every day for years and that has given tremendous results. With these five topics, you will be able to learn how to deal with lots of pain caused by comparing yourself with others, feeling envy, fear of failure, and much more. An episode of our podcast about self-esteem! --- In the first topic, we are diving into how low self-esteem impacted Erik and his fiancée's sex life and lead to the relationship ending. Erik explains that most of the pain he has experienced in his life can be tied back to low self-esteem. Emil shares how low self-esteem impacted him in tons of social situations and created worry for what other people thought about him and even turned him into a bully to be liked. Emil agrees that most of his pain has been caused by low self-esteem. In the second topic, we give you a metaphor to better understand low self-esteem: the emotional bank account. With this metaphor, you can see positive or negative behaviors and thought patterns as deposits or withdrawals from your bank account. In the third topic, we look into the reason behind low self-esteem and how it all comes back to the voices in our heads: how we think and talk about ourselves. In the fourth topic, we learn how to turn our painful and heavy thoughts into valuable lessons that we can learn from. This way we can turn what previously has been harming us into something that now makes us stronger. In the fifth and final topic, we give you an exercise that both Erik and Emil do daily, just a five-minute thing that creates an internal autopilot that every day helps to build your self-esteem without you ever thinking about it. That's all for our podcast about how to build self-esteem. -- Social media channels: http://linktr.ee/smilingerik http://linktr.ee/emil.e
55 min
Daily Boost | Daily Coaching and Motivation
Daily Boost | Daily Coaching and Motivation
Scott Smith
Climbing The Mountain of Success
I was standing in a parking lot high in the Great Smokey Mountains surrounded by tourists and the smell of hot engines. I was about to take a hike to the Clingmans’ Dome observation tower - 6,644 feet above sea level. There is a sign at the beginning of the trail that warns hikers that the hike is considered strenuous, the average person will take 30-minutes to complete, and there are places to take a break along the way. While reading the sign, two conversions caught my attention - A couple that had driven hours to get there said, “They say it might be foggy at the top. Let’s not and say we did.” Then my wife said, “I think we should do it non-stop and in half the time. Who knows? It might be clear at the top.” With that, we headed up the hill with thighs ablaze. We passed hundreds of hikers giving up on the trailside benches; even more had turned back as they hiked through the fog, but we kept going. As we closed in on our goal of 15-minutes, we broke through the fog and found a beautiful day and a 100-mile view in all directions waiting for us when we arrived. That’s the thing about setting big goals and going for them. Even if you can’t see the outcome from your starting point, your goals and your mission will carry you to your vision - even if your legs hurt. When you get there, you’ll find that the journey up the mountain and the view from the top are always worth your effort. It’s also less crowded since most people never even start.
12 min
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