Inspirational Lessons from Inspirational People: Daily Affirmations and Motivation for the 21st Century Living [NOOK Book]

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As a civilization, our ability to find out huge amounts of data is among the most prominent qualities we have. Oftentimes, nevertheless, we come upon things that hold us back. So just where do we find inspiration and motivation in today’s world?

There have been many inspirational people who have had lessons to ...
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Inspirational Lessons from Inspirational People: Daily Affirmations and Motivation for the 21st Century Living

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Overview

*** Well Formatted Edition with an Active Table of Contents ***

As a civilization, our ability to find out huge amounts of data is among the most prominent qualities we have. Oftentimes, nevertheless, we come upon things that hold us back. So just where do we find inspiration and motivation in today’s world?

There have been many inspirational people who have had lessons to teach in this area. They included: Princess Diana, Mahatma Ghandi, Martin Luther King and Buddha…just to name a few.

One of the things that are a limiting belief is thinking that the judgments of other people are true. The misfortunate thing is, many individuals who are willing to put us down, the ones that can have us question ourselves, never really make anything of their own lives.

Instead of looking at anyone and everybody to instruct you about life, we should look for individuals that have truly made a difference in their own lives. One thing we need for inspiration and motivation is courage. Courage isn't the absence of fright. It's the force to be whom and what you are, despite the fear!

As well we need to be a visionary. The person who has imagination is one who looks at possible developing and events that may happen in the days to come. The visionary, then again, is an individual who gives rise to a particular outcome based on ideas and goals that once merely lived in their minds.

We must as well be able to grow. Many books and studies have been written about the topic of personal development. Many supposed experts and leaders have tried to present mixed points of views on this subject and a lot of them are right though' some have plainly missed the boat! This sends many of us into different levels of perceiving. However, it's up to each of us to choose whether we want to become prosperous or not.

There is also kindness, humbleness, following through, enjoying life and reaching for opportunity. These are just a very few of the things required for motivation and inspiration in the 21st century. We have just scratched the surface here. Finding motivation and inspiration in the 21st century does not have to be an unmanageable matter. Just look around you and learn and use the tools available.

Rather than looking at anybody and everybody to teach you about life, we should look towards individuals that have really made a difference in their own.

Don’t accept any of these as fact. If they work for you, then apply them; if they don’t them merely dismiss them like you didn’t read them. Hopefully some of them will click for you, and from this day forth their messages will supply mighty reminders of faith, humanity and peace in your life.

The Ability To Learn Can Be A Huge Lesson… Or A Huge Mess If You Don't Learn From The Right People!

In this book, you will learn all about:
•The secrets behind courage from a lesson from Nelson Mandela.
•Why you must grow for success in a lesson from Warren Buffett.
•Why kindness is so important as evidenced by Princess Diana.
•Mahatma Ghandi inspires you on following through.
•Learn why it is important to do for the good of others and be inspired by Martin Luther King.
•Why you must reach for opportunity and inspiration from Richard Branson.

And much more...
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013410688
  • Publisher: MaxHouse
  • Publication date: 9/21/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,343,526
  • File size: 108 KB

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