Your Weekly Jethro’s Motivational Speeches For Success

Your Weekly Jethro’s Motivational Speeches For Success

Once you discover a source of personal, business and community empowerment through the best professionals around the globe, do not hesitate to listen to their advice and learn as much as you can from them.

I wish you the best this week as you dive deep into these 8 powerful professional tips for success. Don’t forget to reflect and to act.

1.” You see, productivity alone does not validate a goal. Purpose, on the other hand, does. When you know why you are working so hard, it is far easier to sustain effort towards a long-term goal” (Bruce Kasanoff)

2. “As we work to help others, we must remember to take time for ourselves.” (Aetna president Karen S. Lynch)

3. “Prioritize the top 3-5 skills at which you excel. Rate those you love doing. You can’t do what you don’t enjoy.” (Girls With Impact CEO Jennifer Openshaw)

4. “Building or investing into healthy relationships and thinking outside the box are powerful tips that could take you to the next level of  your life.” (Author and Writer,seed4future.com/seed4futurepublisher.com, Hervé Ngaté)

5.  “Back yourself, what’s the worst that can happen? Also, seek out tough feedback. If people don’t think you can handle criticism, they won’t give it to you and you need it to be successful.” (Expert360 co-founder Bridget Loudon)

6. “A growing body of evidence suggests that diverse teams are more creative, more productive, and more profitable than teams whose members all look and think alike.”(Melinda Gates)

7. “The best kind of company culture is one where negative feedback is seen as something positive. A culture where self-evaluation and self-awareness thrives, and people actively seek out opportunities to learn and grow. In order to achieve this, the business needs to cultivate a supportive environment where people are encouraged and helped to learn.” (Bernard Marr)

8. “Finding happiness isn’t a matter of creating a perfectly even-keeled experience of the world, where no sadness ever intrudes. Instead it means riding the waves of joy, and trying to find our way back upward when we’ve been knocked down.” (Designer and author Ingrid Fetell Lee)

I was very impressed that I could frame my own motivational speech in the fourth point.

Actually, I have been applying those 2 actions of connecting/investing in some key relationships plus thinking outside the box since 2-3 years; And I am happy to notice I have better and faster outcomes.

What motivational speech could you frame to empower someone this week?

I would be glad to hear from you by leaving a comment on the comment section bellow.

Hervé-Boris Ngaté, Author/Writer/ Cross-Cultural Psychologist and Communications Trainer

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