Today’s SundayTV show features Steve Jobs, CEO and co-founder of Apple Computers, and his fabulous 2005 Stanford University speech. In plainspoken terms, his address struck a balance between the obstacles he has encountered during his notably public life and the lessons he has gleaned.
Entertainingly, he was wearing sandals and jeans under his black robe, […]Continue Reading →
Today’s SundayTV show features a 21:22 min. “round stand-up” Robert Kiyosaki had with his wife Kim and three of his business partners (Blair Singer, Marco Antonio Regil and Ken McElroy.) It’s a very interesting discussion on The Psychology Of Winning.
Think you’ll enjoy it since it’s much better than sitting in front of the tube, […]Continue Reading →
Today’s SundayTV show features Donald Trump, the new wrestling fighter.
“What? Wrestling Fighter? Did he change business?”
Well, let’s see…
And, how would you react? ;-)
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Today’s SundayTV show features Tony Robbins, THE pioneering life coach and iconic motivational speaker. Taught millions of people worldwide in the past 26 years the inner workings of motivation and the human mind, in this short video he talks about why we do what we do, and how we can do better.
Probably the most […]Continue Reading →
Today’s SundayTV show features Dr. Joe Vitale, best selling author of, as they say, “too many books to list here.” He is a featured author in the movie The Secret.
Before this event, he became world popular as being the Buddha of the Internet (for his combination of spirituality and marketing acumen) as well as […]Continue Reading →
Today’s SundayTV show features Richard St. John, a self-described average guy who found success doing what he loved. He spent more than a decade researching the lessons of success, interviewing 500+ highly successful people.
No worries… this isn’t going to be a 5-hour interview. As you will soon see, the secrets of success can be […]Continue Reading →
I found this video a couple months ago and thought it’s a good idea to share it with you guys today. Some of you may have seen it already, some not. It was viewed at least ~24 MILLION times, favored 125,000 times, and it received ~47,000 comments. Awesome.
In either case, it’s a good time […]Continue Reading →
I think the television is one of the greatest inventions of the last century. On July 20, 1969 it allowed humankind to witness Neil Armstrong step out of the Apollo 11 and be the first person to walk on the surface of the moon. It brings what happens […]Continue Reading →
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