Category: Organisational Management and Development

Your Jethro Motivation For The Power of Leverage

Your Jethro Motivation For The Power of Leverage

One of the most amazing discoveries I made at the end of last year is that you don’t need much to accomplish more and increase or grow to reach your dreams.

I could very well remember how my first book was published with a team of 3 people I was in contact with through Skype, WhatsApp and phone conversations. In 3 months the book was published and sold in Cameroon and seven months later, it was available in English in America.

I could do this with this small number of people I knew in Cameroon by applying the power of leverage.

I actually did not know the leverage concept (though I have been practicing it for years) until I read the Book “Turbo Coach” by Brian Tracy. While reading about how leveraging could bring an increase in every aspect of life, I was surprised to know there is a whole study about the concept.

Leveraging is the key tool for the future of sustainable development, innovation and productivity. Today and the future belongs to those who are able to produce more with the little or almost no resources available. Then with the positive outcomes of their work, plan more results until they are overflooded with abundance.

This is the secret for any start-up, business venture, a new career or even new registered student. Those who sit down and complain about what is not accomplished will find themselves following those who do much with fewer resources.

A simple example of leveraging are bellow motivation speeches.

Do you know you could do much more than reading those statements from topmost professionals around the world and actually use of them to develop a thesis, an essay, a video or a training program?

Read, Reflect and do something great with these powerful statements.

1.  “The best way to become a part of a consumer’s life is through honest, consistent interactions.” (Antonella Bonanni)

2. “Continuing to pound your head against a wall does nothing to ensure that you find a way through to the other side.” ( Robbie Bach)

3. “Think it through, and figure out exactly what you want. Then ask for it.” (Melinda Byerley, TimeShare CMO’s)

4. “When you are on a path of fulfillment, it is not selfish. It is so expansive, you want other people to feel the way you do.” ( Todd Rose, Harvard’s)

5. “Start to see the real, tangible value you and your skills bring. This might not be immediately obvious at first glance, but trust me, the impact you’re having is real.”(Alistair Cox, Hays CEO)

6.  “We need to train managers so that they can have really open dialogue…they don’t feel uncomfortable and employees don’t feel uncomfortable having a discussion about it.”( Helen Silver, Allianz Australia)

7.  “I started working for myself to do better work, earn more and work a little less—not more.” ( Kate Collinson, digital marketing coach, and eCommerce specialist)

8. “You always have a choice in how you respond to difficult circumstances. I’ve found that embracing mistakes or change as an opportunity can lead to incredible growth and possibilities. That’s important to remember when the unexpected hits.” ( Lynn Good, Duke Energy)

9. ” Successful people are not those who work more but those who master the art of producing more with less.” (Hervé Ngaté, Author, Writer, Founder & CEO/ Seed4future Corporation)

Could you share with me how you could be more productive by working less?

Hervé Ngaté, Author, Writer, Founder & CEO/ Seed4future Corporation

Your Jethro Motivation For True Love

Your Jethro Motivation For True Love

Today, millions of people in the world are going to celebrate “love” under the synonyme of Valentines day. I noticed however, that the notion of Valentine day related to “love” differs per cultures.

For French people for example, it’s only in the case of a dating and/or mariage relationship that valentine is defined.

In the Anglo-Saxon world on the other hand, the notion of valentine includes showing acts of love (gifts, serving, appreciations, gratefulness which may cost Americans 20.7 billion according to the National Retail Federation) to everybody in our relationship circle that is valued or respected. It’s not directly related to a sexual connection but to how important are the people around us.

I asked myself, “what could valentine means in relationship to our career, professional or business goals?” In other words, “what does it mean to love a job, business and career?”

I could not find a better expression of love than the one expressed in giving our best to those we are serving. I actually learned it from the Bible by studying the example of Jesus-Christ as God’s gift (John 3:16).

This type of love always bring a great interest to others’ success and a deep and profound desire to provide the best of what they need based on our skills. Our strengths are dedicated to empower others despite their weaknesses and failures.

A clear way to demonstrate that love toward the people you are serving is by growing your knowledge, skills and attitudes through motivational speeches that inspire you to  serve and perform at the top of your potential.

As you Read, Reflect and Act on the following motivational speeches, decide which one you are going to integrate in your personal growth plan in other to become a better leader : For me, that is the real sens of loving your job, business and career.

1. “No matter how well you perform or how much recognition you receive, you won’t achieve your full potential if you can’t be who you are — who you really are — at work, day in and day out.” (Porter Braswell, Jopwell co-founder and CEO )

2. “I’ve been better served by aspiration… When I’ve been aspirational, I’ve focused on whom I might become.” (Katya Andresen, Capital One)

3. “When you learn to say “no,” you free yourself from unnecessary constraints and free up your time and energy for the important things in life.” (Dr Travis Bradberry, Author)

4.  “Spend one hour a week focusing on predictable opportunities to strategize and become more of an opportunity management organization.”( Daniel Burrus, Author)

5. “Being relentless is like water cascading over the edge of a waterfall — consistent, powerful and by design, never ending.” (John Hope Bryant , Operation HOPE CEO)

6. “Goals are great, and a raise or a promotion will feel amazing in the moment. But promotions are usually not the keys to a happily ever after. It’s time to shed the unhealthy habit of glorifying the future to justify a miserable present.” (Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy, authors)

7. “Complete the plan as if it were a jigsaw puzzle, answering the: who, why, what, when and how of your communication.” (Geoff Jaeger, strategic communications consultant)

You can learn more about how to become a better leader by reading my book “The Secrets of Distinction“.

I wrote  and published it with the great passion to see people like you become the best version of who God wants them to be.

Hervé Ngaté, Author, Writer, Founder & CEO/ Seed4future Corporation

Your Jethro Motivational Crafting Diet

Your Jethro Motivational Crafting Diet

 

When I finished and published my first book on December 2017 , I wanted my readers to see how the 8 principles of distinction changed my life. But I never wrote a novel before since I write more educational and motivational contents.

I was wondering how I could narrate how I applied those principles during 10 years, in other to demonstrate how they could impact every aspect of an individual, family and community going through challenging and depressing times.

After several months of planning the various parts and chapters of the novel, I still did not have any motivation to write until one day, the unexpected fire to write caught me and I started writing, writing, writing… and writing.

95% of the writing was done on my smartphone and after 9 days, yes 9 days, the downloading stopped like a water shutdown from a pipe… After the ninth day, not a single word could come out of my mind!

That was the most fantastic writing experience I have ever had since the 21 days crafting diet.

The first key point of the above experience is about planning

According to Brian Tracy, those who plan their activities save 10 times more than those who do not. This means that the draft who took me 9 days would have taken me 90 days if I did not planned it.

The second key point is that our subconscious mind work for us

The subconscious functions as a wonderful storage of all our desires, passions and emotions. Therefore, the planning stage of a project is already the project for our subconscious.

While you think nothing is happening, the subconscious is actually building underground the material that you will need to work out your planning.

That’s why when you plan or work on something, take a time off the activity and allow your brain to process the information for you.

Give some time between the planning and the implementation stage. That time is necessary for your mind to recall all the hidden information in your memory, your past, your connections, etc…

If you want to train your mind to work for you in the planning process, you could start by using the motivational speeches bellow to plan how to apply them, and take some time off before starting the actions part.

Read, Reflect (Plan) and Act on these motivational declarations and you’ll enjoy amazing results in your life, family, career and community projects.

1.“Some people think they’ve got nothing left to learn. Those people remain stagnant. But other people know they’re never done learning. They’re the ones who get unstuck, thrive and transform continuously throughout their life.” ( Douglas Conant, Campbell Soup CEO )

2. “I believe that we all have a leadership capacity and leadership strength within each of us, and that our leadership strengths will come out at different times.”( Emma Kirkwood, Frontier Leadership Co-founder)

3. “Transparency can be a great tool, but it is not a magical cure for building or restoring trust.” ( Rachel Botsman, Author)

4.“Lets face it, we can’t control our kids forever. At the very least we empower them to make intelligent and hopefully healthy decisions.”( Jason Purkiss, Entrepreneur)

5. “There is no perfect level of attention either at work or at home. All you can do is your best, at any given moment. Let go of the rest.” ( Deborah Knobelman, PhD)

6. “Entrepreneurship is one of the most relevant way to develop a sens of responsability because you realize that  things are working or not depending on your commitment to see your vision accomplished in the life of those you are serving .” ( Hervé Ngaté, Author, Writer, Founder & CEO/ Seed4future Corporation)

If you have a successful story to share to the world, are you ready to invest at least an hour a day to plan what to write for those who will benefit from your experience?

I would be glad to hear from you.

Hervé Ngaté, Author, Writer, Founder & CEO/ Seed4future Corporation

Your Jethro Motivation For A Grateful Heart

Your Jethro Motivation For A Grateful Heart

I will never forget this amazing statement I heard last year from a senior pastor giving us advice on one of the keys to be successful in life: “Make sure you give thanks to God for 3 things everyday.”

Around six month later, as I was going through a tough time in my career, I remembered those declarations and started a 50 days thanksgiving diet. What an amazing experience! I noticed that, the situation did not really changed, but I started delighting in every single moment of my time, seeing the best side of what was going on.

This is almost a year I went through that wonderful experience and I still maintain the habit of being grateful to God in times of misunderstanding, trials, difficulties and challenges.

As professionals, there are numerous reasons to be stressed, discouraged and tired because of the pressure at work. A secret to overcome such challenges and remain at the top of your productivity while demonstrating creativity and innovation is to thank God for what is happening, involving everybody in the situation.

Today, I would like us to Read, Reflect and be grateful for the motivation speech that would grow us in our family, career, business or community activities.

1. “If we are to offer relevant, innovative products and experiences for our customers, our employees must reflect the diversity of those who use them.” (Scott Wagner, GoDaddy CEO)

2. “Since our businesses and places of employment take up most of our waking hours, should not those businesses become the centers of compassion in our country and in our communities?” (Ray Chambers, chairman of the MCJ Amelior Foundation)

3. “We talk about a ‘bucket list’ as if it is a one day, someday, maybe thing. But today is the day to reflect on the list and book it in with the people who are most important to you.”(Naomi Simson, Big Red Group founder and entrepreneur)

4.  “The brilliant thing about moving around is that you become very adaptable, you see different styles of leadership, and also different ways of being a boss.” (Farrah Storr, editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan UK)

5. “A more lasting gratitude comes not from what we’ve received, but from what we’ve contributed to others through the bearing of burdens, through listening and through kindness.” (Joel Peterson, JetBlue Chair)

6.“Too many leaders get their information catered — picked, prepared, and plated for them in the way they’ve already indicated they’ll find palatable. To fight back, they need to get out into the field, gathering raw stuff on their own.” (Hal Gregersen, MIT Leadership Center)

7. “After 50 days of gratefulness to God for everybody and everything, I started seeing the better side of life again.” (Hervé Ngaté, Author/Writer)

I would be glad to know which one of the above declaration helped you see an opportunity to be grateful to God.

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

Your Weekly Jethro’s Motivation to Help Others

Your Weekly Jethro’s Motivation to Help Others

As I was leading the youths in Cameroon, I sometimes wish I had a book that provide a guideline to support them in the various aspect of their lives.

That’s what motivated me to write the book ” The secrets of distinction” as I was convinced deep inside of me that the principles I developed will contribute to the greatness of millions of youths around the world.

I discovered many years after I drafted the book and finally published it at the end of last year that, helping others could take different forms from saying “Good morning” to a lonely person to writing quality contents with proven advice that could revolutionize other’s life.

That’s why I keep crafting these contents ( with some personal inputs) from the most professional social network resource in the world and I hope you really benefit from them while applying the R-R-A process : Read-Reflect-Act.

1.“You’ll be off to a good start if you focus on enhancing your internal resume, protecting empty time, redefining your relationship with your life partner, engaging with a new cohort, and choosing a primary focus or a portfolio of activities. You’ll discover that you’re relevant in new and surprising ways.”(Peter Bloom, DonorsChoose.org chairman )

2. “Good leaders know that in developing others the focus should be on the one you’re helping… how often do we find ourselves being more preoccupied with our own wisdom, rather than the person who sought out that wisdom.” (Sanyin Siang, Leadership Coach)

3. “It’s equally important to invest in talent, which means strengthening STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education.” (Mike Roman, 3M Chief Executive )

4.  “What they (Customers) do, what they like, dislike, their thoughts, behaviors, hopes and dreams. What makes them unique.” ( Ankit Gupta, Entrepreneur )

5. “An increasing number of companies attach great importance to their purpose, and studies have shown that purpose-driven companies are more successful.” (Tina Mueller, Group CEO of Douglas)

6. “If we are going to gather more data about our collective lives, we will also need to muster more compassion. You must use honesty to help other people, not to hurt them.” (Bruce Kasanoff, Writer)

7. ” It’s amazing how people look different when we start looking at them in terms of what we could contribute to help them succeed and not what we could take from them.” (Hervé Ngaté, Author,Writer)

Among the above motivation speeches, which one could help you become an expert in supporting others to succeed?

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

Your Weekly Jethro’s Motivations For More Business Clarity

Your Weekly Jethro’s Motivations For More Business Clarity

The “Read-Reflect-Act” action plan  as become a normal process when I get in touch with knew positive knowledge or when I review some notes I took while reading  and learning.

1.Reading an hour everyday is the habit of any person you see succeeding or working towards success.

Whether it’s a church leader, company CEO or a Non for Profit Leader, they all have the same daily reading habit to acquire the best possible knowledge that will help them reach their goals.

2.Reflecting on the information you go through in a book boost your memory capacities and increase your ability to innovate and create new values in your life, job, work or business.

People who use their brain most often while learning become smarter with time and live longer than passive learners who get around valuable information without interest.

3.Action is the gap between an excellent Reader-Thinker and an Achiever who applied what he learned while reading and reflecting.

I apply the R-R-A process every single day when I read my bible in the morning and later, during the day, when I read a book and also when I go to LinkedIn to know business and professional trending.

In addition to reading, a complementary action that I also take learn is to I listen to YouTube training for motivation from other successful model in leadership like TD Jakes, Brian Tracy and Myles Monroe.

Sometimes I have to go through the same content many times to have more clarity to understand the action I have to take to improve certain area of my life. I discovered that the more the knowledge is clear, the better I could act with 100%  outcome.

So as you go through these powerful declaration today, make sure to apply the R-R-A process to enjoy the benefit of these ideas.

1.“Achieving our goals is not just about drive or ability; it’s also about knowing our weaknesses – and addressing them.” (Goldman Sachs’ Dane Holmes)

2. “When I refer to mediocrity it’s the assertion that we should all be allowed the liberty or privilege of simply existing…. we shouldn’t have to be superhuman to recognize our humanity.” (Pesa Productions founder & CEO Andrew Odong)

3. “Many people only see the conscious mind and aren’t aware of the benefits of connecting it to the subconscious… While it may seem counterintuitive, clearing your head can be the best way to make progress.” (Bridgewater Associates’ Ray Dalio)

4. “Accountability doesn’t just happen. You design for it.” (Airbnb COO Belinda Johnson)

5. “They win not by force of their persuasive points or facts, but by how much their irrational and often inane points ruffle your feathers. So stay calm, respond with cool deliberation, and breathe deeply.” (George Takei )

6. “In the past, jobs were about muscles, now they’re about brains, but in the future they’ll be about the heart (Empathy, connection, courage.” (Minouche Shafik ,  London School of Economics)

7.  “The best way I know of to forget resentment is to work for the betterment of humankind.” (Executive coach and author Steven Berglas)

The first one reminded when I discovered one of my weaknesses and how I trusted God to make me strong in that area. I started working on strategies to focus on what the Bible say on that area of weakness and I am happy I am stronger than ever.

Could you tell me which one of the above ideas helped you grow in your life, family, job or business?

I would be glad to hear from you.

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

6 Tips You Could Learn From Serena William Winning Mindset

6 Tips You Could Learn From Serena William Winning Mindset

Since university back to Cameroon, I have been hearing about a famous american female tennis champion.

She has been beating records and became the greatest in her area for decades. I never knew  in my university years that I will find myself in the same country of such a legend.

Last month, as I was watching the news and a lot was said about her, I became curious to know what was the secrets of her success.

I found six things that made her successful. I found them so so simple that I wish I knew them since my twenties and started applying them on a concentrated way.

Thanks to God, I was exposed to other successful tips and, learning from her example is adding a great value in my life.

I would like you to learn and apply these simple life principles that will better your entire life.

1. Build  a Winning habit:  Daily practices for outcomes

-Make sure everyday is a day to practice the good habits that prepares you to succeed: Be consistent.

-Plan every day, week, month, year in advance and start today with the first excellent behavior that guaranty your success.

2. Learn How to adapt to today’s reality and forget about the past

-Anticipate changes in culture.

-See ahead of time changes in your team’s life.

-Envision new ways of taking advantage of Technology to be unbeatable.

3. Value what makes you and others successful

-Celebrate the success of others.

-Use your success to trigger your future success in your business and all other areas of your life.

4. Encourage Diversity

-Invest your money in different sectors of business so that your money works for you.

-Step out of your comfort zone and look for new investments opportunities.

5.Invest in what is greater than winning all the time: Family, friends and giving

-Being rich should not be the goal of life but a mean to create more opportunity to spend more time with your family, friends and those in needs.

-Being successful is a mindset not the amount of money in the bank account.

-Cultivate the good habit to be grateful  to God for everything and for everybody.

6. Parental Coaching Power

-In every child lies a champion. It only requires a parent to invest his best to make the champion manifested.

-Serena Dad’s quit his job to focus on his daughters training to make them become tennis champions.

Among the above tips that made Serena William the greatest in her field, which one challenges you to work towards becoming the best version of who God wants you to be?

For me, I am dedicated to invest to best to help those I lead to know themselves and become champions for God.

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

Your Weekly Jethro’s Motivation For Your Distinction

Your Weekly Jethro’s Motivation For Your Distinction

As we are entering the last quarter of the year 2018, I  remember that back to secondary school, this period was the first term of the school year but also the period to set academic goals.

The joy of evaluating myself and setting new academic goals came from the fact that I achieved something significant by being admitted to the next level and also because I had the assurance that despite the challenges of the new school year, I could surely overcome them.

The motivation was triggered by the idea that if I could succeed even without all the necessary resources, I will surely succeed again whatever adversities I could encounter.

That is how I learned to see the best side of every challenges as I mention in  5th key of distinction in my my book entitled “The secrets of distinction”.

It’s also why I am dedicated to support you every week with resources crafted from the most reliable professional network in the world.

Don’t forget the 3 rules to benefit from these motivation speeches : Read- Reflect-Act

1.“To appreciate how diversity leads to stronger teams and greater creativity, we need to unlearn our biases.” ( Globality Inc’s chief customer officer Yuval Atsmon)

2. “There is a difference between dawning awareness and taking action.” (Bonobos founder and Walmart SVP Andy Dunn)

3. “Each day, each life event, each development in the world can serve as a catalyst for each of us to understand something new about ourselves and about the world around us.” ( Kenyon College president Sean Decatur)

4. “Achieving our goals is not just about drive or ability; it’s also about knowing our weaknesses – and addressing them.” ( Goldman Sachs’ Dane Holmes)

5. “The purpose of an interview is to determine if the person is competent and motivated to do the work that needs to be done, fits within the organization and has the potential to grow.”  (Author and CEO Lou Adler)

6. “Business, like life, is filled with tough moments that aren’t on anybody’s calendar. Even as we are beset by events that are beyond our control, we can still control two things: our own attitudes and the way we treat others. We can persevere.” (Former GE chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt)

7. “My doctor told me I would never walk again. My mother told me I would. I believed my mother.”  ― Wilma Rudolph, American sprinter, first woman to win three gold medals in a single Olympiad (Rome 1960), childhood polio survivor (Priscilla Chan)

The 7th speech made me more confident that, to identify the areas God wants me to soar, I should perceive negative appreciation on my skills as signal that the best is about to come out of me in those area.

Once again, I would like to hear from you which of the above motivation speech empowered you to grow and become a better professional or business person.

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

Your Weekly Jethro’s Motivations For Personal and Business Growth

Your Weekly Jethro’s Motivations For Personal and Business Growth

As a professional , you might sometimes find yourself without resources to reach your goals.

I experienced resources blackout  many times when I was a church youth leader in Cameroon and through my researches, I found 8 simple principles that provide a step by step guide to always find the necessary motivation to keep moving forward.

In addition to those successful principles, I crafted for you this week, the most updated citations from the  world largest network of professionals to help you reach your best at your job and your business.

The big challenge could really be to make such a best use of these ideas that they become part of our skills and attitudes on a daily basis.

So don’t just read them, reflect on them and discipline yourself to become more productive.

1. “At the question ” what do you do?” Answer ” what you want to do” by painting a compelling picture of the shared future they (you) could co-create with a new employer.”(Bruce Kasanoff)

2. “The most successful value-creating organizations are also thinking about how to be successful in society. The employees and customers of corporations are pushing organizations to look at how they do business, where they do business and what value they create.”( CNBC editor-in-chief Nikhil Deogun)

3.  “There will always been challenges. But true challenges are the ones that inspire us to disrupt and to innovate. We must face them with optimism.” (Rakuten CEO Hiroshi Mikitani )

4. “Don’t be surprised by being surprised. We are not immune to history.” (Lazard managing director Dennis K. Berman)

5. “Women spend, save and invest money in profoundly different ways than men. Perhaps the most important difference is that when women have a say in financial resources they invest them in their families.” ( Women’s World Banking president Mary Ellen Iskenderian)

6. “You want to look for a place where you can learn not just your day-to-day job, but where you’re challenged and provided the right training to take on new responsibilities. This is a sign that your leaders are also receiving training as well.” ( Ripple HR VP Sandi Kochhar)

7. “The pursuit of ‘balance’ implies that work and life are two separate spheres competing for our attention in a zero-sum game. I prefer to see them as a continuum, flowing into and influencing one another.” ( TIAA CEO Roger Ferguson)

8. “Great leaders understand that it’s not easy to translate vision into reality. And they realize they can’t do it alone. The most effective leaders are those who seek out what they and their company need. That kind of growth mindset is ageless.” (Entrepreneur and author Chip Conley)

The first and the third ideas really inspired me to perceive growth in term of  the best picture of what the future could be based on God’s promises and professionalism but also to accept that challenges are perfect tools for creativity and innovation.

I would be glad to hear from you what motivation (s) inspired you the most to be more efficient and effective in your life, job or business?

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

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