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The future we are building is freaking and boring by Elon Musk | Motivational Speech | Motivationly

Motivational Speeches
2020-06-06
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>>>Click Here to Join Our Self Development Campaign Now<<< Elon Musk discusses his new project digging tunnels under LA, the latest from Tesla and SpaceX and his Motivational Speech for building a future on Mars in conversation with TED's Head Curator, Chris Anderson. I’d like to offer you some of the lessons I have learned in life and work that you may find valuable. You get to choose much of what happens in your life. Being able to choose is both an extraordinary responsibility and a tremendous opportunity. Focus on the opportunity side of the equation. You are blessed to be living in a period of history where your ideas can take root with the click of a mouse, and movements are created in less time than it takes to read this paragraph. I know you will use those powers for good. Shed feelings of angst or concern that you only have one particular path in life; there are many paths, and you will create your own, which will be so much better than any pre-determined plan. Choose your heroes well and please be among them. Humbly share your stories, particularly about courage, struggle, and vulnerability. These are the most important stories heroes can share. Ignore disempowering labels. Ignore labels from others that make you feel small while embracing those descriptors that empower you. Judgments from others are more a reflection of them than they are a reflection of you. Acknowledge when you fall into the trap of labeling yourself and others. Then cut yourself some slack. Seek gratitude no matter what your situation. Focus on your unique strengths and the possibilities and Motivational Speech that are all around you.  Your weaknesses won’t derail you without your consent. If you look for the bright spots, you’ll find them. Fact-check. Information and data, frequently disguised as facts are often just well-intended but misguided advice. Fact-checking will keep you open to new ideas while protecting you from urban myths and that viscous rumour-mill. What may be true for someone else may not be true for you. Gut-check. You have a massive neuronal network linking your brain to your gut. If you have a queasy feeling in the pit of your stomach, you might want to listen to it. That feeling will always serve you. Life is the ultimate apprenticeship. Be open to outcomes as experiences.  Learn More About Life Motivation Here: Impact of Motivational Speakers for Success in Life What Was Victor Frankenstein’s Strongest Motivation For Creating Life? What Can a Motivational Speech About Life Do For You? How Can Good Self-Esteem Help You Through Difficult Situations? How to Find Motivation in Life? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/motivationly/support

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