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 distilled into 8 words in 3 minutes.
Here we go…
And, are YOU doing what you love?
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Thank you so much for sharing this “short” video. It looks like I need to persist through the crap! I couldn’t sum up what it takes to be successful any better than that especially in only 3 minutes. Wow. Thanks.
Thats a wonderful video and I daresay it has made my day! I’m going to push, push and push!
This is very inspiring. Thank you for sharing this.
Do you mind if I share this video in my blog too?
First off, I love TED. I have drawn more inspiration from their presentation and discussions from anything else, other than my family.
I like this video and hadn’t seen it before. It was great to see a compression of success and good habits in three minutes.
Great video. More importantly, your Entrecard design both frightens and confuses me …
Thank you guys. Well actually, let’s thank TED for their high quality videos.
And yes, aren’t those straight to the point and short videos the best?
@ Fitz, sure, go to ted.com. There you get the code to put it onto your blog.
I need to “get damn good” at Calculus. This video just inspired me to stop procrastinating and Push, Push, Push myself into knocking out some homework. Thanks for the vid!
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