Do you remember? Or maybe you have never seen the movie Pay It Forward? Anyway it’s one of te most simple but best concept ever.
I’ve been watching this movie several times with thanks to my friend John. The more you watch it the more you can learn. This great movie made by Pixar sends out a message for many things which you can reflect on human behavior, communication and even a good marketer can learn :-). Watch and enjoy the ride…
This Video Will Have You Completely Rethink How You Conduct Yourself Online And In Person.
We, as human beings, think that through social networks, we’ve somehow become more social creatures.
The problem with this theory is, the more we “connect” online, the less actual human interactions we have, making us actually fairly unsocial.
This video breaks down exactly how the social aspects of human beings have evolved and transformed, showing how we’ve regressed from a social standpoint.
Shimi Cohen shows exactly what’s wrong with our social structure now, and how we manipulate how we want to be presented to peers, family members, and potential mates on social media, rather than having vulnerable and genuine conversations in real time.
Check out this video, and take a moment to truly assess how you conduct yourself, both online and in person.
Source: Stanford University
I found this video on YouTube when I was searching for an inspirational video message. Give just a little bit more…
This is a simple, but powerful video that Suite Imagery LLC produced for the 2010 Kenosha Area Business Alliance and the Kenosha Are Chamber of Commerce Business Awards Dinner, which was held at UW-Parkside on November 4, 2010. This video served as the closing video, after all the video profiles of the award winners were played, and received their awards for their hard work. Award Winners included: Matt Carlson, President of Platinum Systems, who received the Community Service Award; Guy Bradshaw, Chairman & CEO of Bradshaw Medical, Inc., who received the Business Person of the Year Award; and Snap-on Incorporated, which is celebrating 90 years in business in 2010, and was presented with the Business of the Year Award.
Writer and designer Graham Hill asks: Can having less stuff, in less room, lead to more happiness? He makes the case for taking up less space, and lays out three rules for editing your life.
Graham Hill is the founder of TreeHugger.com; he travels the world to tell the story of sustainability, and tweets at @GHill. Full bio and more links
Esther Hicks is a partner, lover, bus driver, satellite up-and-downloader, laptop toter, agenda manager, fun and games co-conspirator, and, in her spare time, gifted conduit to infinite intelligence!
Esther was a girl from a small Rocky Mountain town who “never really thought about things too deeply,” content simply to watch the world go by and naturally inclined to appreciate it. Esther teamed up with Jerry, the man she describes as “the world’s most intense question-asker,” and began to meditate daily. After about nine months, summoned by Jerry’s inquisitiveness and Esther’s receptivity, Abraham came knocking on her consciousness.
Esther muses, “I’ve never met a person who wanted to know more than Jerry. After these 20-odd years he still has questions for Abraham.”
Source: Abraham – Hicks Publications
Ric Elias had a front-row seat on Flight 1549, the plane that crash-landed in the Hudson River in New York in January 2009. What went through his mind as the doomed plane went down? At TED, he tells his story publicly for the first time.
Ric Elias is the CEO of Red Ventures, a marketing services company that grew out of Elias’ long experience in business. Full bio and more links
This great motiviational video was made for the Mannatech company. Very inspiring to people who wants to be an entrepreneur, build a business, make a difference.
This is an inspirational story of two small children that demonstrates how caring about someone else helps us overcome our fears. Leaders that care make decisions for the right reasons, though not always the easiest thing to do.
We each want to live a life of purpose, but where to start? In this luminous, wide-ranging talk, Jacqueline Novogratz introduces us to people she’s met in her work in “patient capital” people who have immersed themselves in a cause, a community, a passion for justice. These human stories carry powerful moments of inspiration.
She is one of the most innovative players shaping philanthropy today, Jacqueline Novogratz is redefining the way problems of poverty can be solved around the world. Drawing on her past experience in banking, microfinance and traditional philanthropy, Novogratz has become a leading proponent for financing entrepreneurs and enterprises that can bring affordable clean water, housing and healthcare to poor people so that they no longer have to depend on the disappointing results and lack of accountability seen in traditional charity and old-fashioned aid.