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Eric Thomas | Motivational Speech | How Bad Do you

Dodano: 2015-07-22

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Czas trwania: 14:49

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Opis materiału Eric Thomas | Motivational Speech | How Bad Do you

                  Eric Thomas | Motivational Speech | How Bad Do you Want it 

Eric Thomas (aka ET The Hip Hop Preacher) shares The Secrets to Success in a passionate and energetic speech to students at Michigan State University (MSU). Central to ET’s message is the now famous (and powerful) “When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you’ll be successful!” antidote.
If you haven’t heard Eric Thomas speak yet, you must watch his Secrets to Success speech and become acquainted with one of the most energizing speakers I’ve heard (watch the speech below).

Eric is a renowned author, speaker, educator and minister.

He’s been called upon by professional sports teams in the NBA, NFL and MLB, to help inspire, motivate and energize elite athletes to perform at the highest level. And he’s also spoken to several colleges, schools and companies with the same mission in mind.

But this wasn’t always the case.

Growing up in Detroit, Michigan, Eric dropped out of high school at the age of sixteen. And after a heated argument with his mother and step-father, he left his home in a fit of anger and found himself living in the (very cold) streets of Detroit.

From earning whatever he could by stealing, to sleeping in abandoned buildings, to eating from garbage cans, this was the most challenging period of Eric’s life. But it would also prove to be his greatest strength later on.

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Michael Hyatt
“I’ve been homeless....I’ve already been alone”.. perspective.
Rodney Neal
Watching this on 11-19-19
Averell Chen
When u listen to this religiously everyday
7:10 "The most important thing is this: To be able at any moment to sacrifice what you are for what you will become." Wow. This really resonated with me.
Kisa Tinsley
I really really love this video. Everything he say is true
Jonathan Solis
When I was waiting for my DACA to be approved/denied I listened to this once a week.
Sajid Khan
fucking idiot who told you to put background music with so much volume
Baseball Is life 07
This is a very helpful for my baseball so I can push it even harder.
8:35 I used to always tell myself that. Then I was on the verge of failing my math class because I only had two weeks to meet the deadline to finish all the work required. I was not gonna retake a class that I could easily pass if I just put in the work. So for the next two weeks I stayed 8+ hours every day in the math center until I passed on the very last day with 30 minutes left.
I watched him last month and had no idea who he was