Motivational speaker: LES BROWN – I’M GOING TO MAKE IT – How To Talk To Yourself

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LES – I’m to make it.
Les Brown gives a motivational and inspiring speech about life and it’s possibilities, how to became successful and how to get more happiness in your life by changing your mindset.

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Motivational speaker: LES BROWN – I’M GOING TO MAKE IT – How To Talk To Yourself

The Show Me State (of the art)

I could ask you to bear with me through this urgent and important post, but I’m not optimistic that many people will.

The punchline matters more than it ever has before.

“Show me what this is about before I commit to it.”

And the follow up: “Now that I know what it’s about, I don’t need to commit.”

It started with the coming attractions for upcoming movies. By packing more and more of the punchline into the TV commercial or the theater preview, producers felt like they were satisfying the needs of the audience to know what they were going to see before they bought their ticket. Instead, they trained us to be satisfied by merely watching the attractions. No need to see the movie, you’ve already seen the best part.

SportsCenter piled on by showing fans a supercut of every great or heroic play of the weekend–a sports fix without investing the time or living through the drama of the game itself.

Record albums used to require not only listening to the entire side (no fast forward on an LP) but actually getting up and flipping it over. The radio wasn’t going to play anything but the A side of the single, so if you liked an artist, you surrendered yourself to 45 minutes of her journey, the way she had it in mind.

A performance artist was on the local public radio station the other day. He didn’t want to talk about the specifics of his show, because giving away the tactics was clearly going to lessen the impact of his work. No matter. The host revealed one surprise after another, outlining the entire show, because, after all, that’s his job–to tell us what we’re going to see so we don’t have to see it ourselves.

We don’t want to organize the course or go to the lecture or read the book until we know precisely what it’s going to be about.

College wasn’t like this. You committed to four years, you moved somewhere, and then you saw the curriculum. That’s part of why it works. A huge part.

We hesitate to surrender our commitment so easily today. It’s easier to read the 140 character summary or see the highlights or read the live blog, so we can check the box and then move on.

But move on to where?

To another box to be checked? We become like the tester in the ice cream factory, surrounded by thousands of flavors, but savoring none of them.

We each have a fixed amount of time. One thing you can do is invest it in knowing the summary of what 23 people said. The other thing you can do is to commit to living and breathing and learning from one of those people. Perhaps you will get more by being exposed more deeply to fewer.

One reason an audiobook can change your life is that you can’t skip ahead. And the other reason is that you might listen to it five or six times, at the pace of the reader, not at your pace.

My full-day live seminars have impact on people partly because I don’t announce the specific agenda or the talking points in advance. It’s live and it’s alive. I have no certainty what’s about to happen, and neither do the others in the room. A morphing, changing commitment by all involved, one that grows over time.

Yes, I get that there’s never again going to be a need to buy an album or to listen to all the songs in order, that you can get the quick summary of any book you’re expected to have read, that your time is so valuable that perhaps the only economic choice is to live a Cliffs Notes version of your life.

[Oh, that’s right, Cliffs Notes’ sales are way down because they’re too long.]

In fact, you could do that, but when you do, you’ve surrendered to efficiency and lost some life, some surprise and a lot of growth.

       

Can an audiobook change your life?

There’s no doubt that a well-read recording of a novel can make a long car ride pass much more quickly. We’re eager to find out what happens next, and sometimes, it’s even worth sitting in the driveway just to find out.

I’m more interested, though, in non-fiction audio, particularly the kind you listen to ten or fifteen or a hundred times in a row.

When I was starting out on my own, success was not around the corner or even in sight. For years, I was flirting on the edge of failure. I was thrown out of salescalls, rejected by just about every organization I approached and was pretty stuck. More than once I considered giving up the entire entrepreneur thing.

One of the key factors in both surviving this time and figuring out how to shift gears was my exposure to (as we called them then) books on tape, particularly the work of Zig Ziglar. I listened for sometimes hours every day. I’ve been grateful to Zig every day since, and I still listen regularly.

This is a fairly modern tool, one that rewires our brains with consistent results. Of course, you need a car or some other sort of mindless commute, an mp3 player and the right material–a perfect storm of just the right sort of distraction and repetition.

I’m hard pressed to think of another form of modern media that has such consistently successful results.

People who haven’t tried it don’t want to. It feels a bit off-putting or mesmeresque to intentionally brainwash yourself with content designed to change your outlook. Here’s the simple opportunity: try it. Twenty minutes a day, every day for a month. It’s cheap and you can do it in private!

I put together a list of a few titles to get you started.

One listen isn’t going to do you any good, but if you make it a habit, you might be surprised. One thing I’ve noticed is that on a per units-sold basis, I hear from audiobook readers about five times as often as those that read my books in print. I hope it works for you.

 

Change your mental attitude, and the world around you will change accordingly.

Your world will become what you choose to make it. You can reach great heights of success, or you can settle for a miserable life that is devoid of hope. The choice is yours. When you choose a positive course, you set in motion an unstoppable force that will allow you to have a fulfilling career, the love of your family and friends, good physical and mental health, and all of the other true riches of life. To change your world, you must change it from the inside out. You must begin with yourself. When you choose the course that puts your life on a positive track, you will change your life for the better, and you will also positively influence the people with whom you come in contact.

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Like many of you, at times I seemed to be in tune with the power laws of attraction, I had great results – free 5 star holidays to Monte Carlo, Rome, Utah and Florida and I received unexpected sums of over $50,000 dollars, I also attracted plumb jobs and (I thought at the time!) my ideal mate. But at other times no matter how hard I tried, I attracted disaster, three failed business, terrible health and a hurricane of a divorce.

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