Please check out my latest YouTube recording from the Exploring Health Podcast with Parker Condit. You can watch the podcast by clicking on the PODCAST & SPEAKING VIDEOS button at the top of this page and scroll down and click on the Exploring Health Podcast tab.
Please check out my latest YouTube recording from The Mindset & Self-Mastery Show with Nick McGowan. You can watch the podcast by clicking on the PODCAST & SPEAKING VIDEOS button at the top of this page and scroll down and click on The Mindset & Self-Mastery Show tab.
How do you plan to realize your goals?
Will you do it alone or in a vacuum, or will you do it with the assistance of others?
Fulfilling your goals is hard enough. Why wouldn't you welcome all the help you could get?
Here are three suggestions for using the dreams of others to fulfill your goals:
1. Ask - It seems simple, but people rarely ask their colleagues and associates about their dreams. Asking people who are successful or whom you admire what their dreams are is an easy way to see if they may fit with your goals.
2. Suggest - If you find someone whose dreams align with your goals, suggest ways you can work together for your mutual benefit. Make sure the proposal is equitable to both sides.
3. Act - Many people develop their plans but fail to execute the steps necessary to bring their goals to fruition. This will cause the person who could potentially help you, not to want to work with you. Also, make sure there is a fair distribution of work and one person isn't putting forth all the effort while the other person reaps the rewards.
You will be surprised how many people will be willing to work with you for a mutually agreed upon realization of your dreams and goals.
Nothing in life is ever accomplished without the help and input of others.
Please watch the video below to learn the story of two famous people who joined forces to realize their dreams.
Also, please leave me a comment about how you would go about helping others realize their dreams and your goals at the same time.
What was the best piece of advice you ever received when you were young?
With the over six hundred podcast episodes I have been a guest, one of the questions I am often asked is, "What's the one piece of advice you would give...?"
I'm not sure there is a single piece of advice that would encompass every scenario for every person at every time.
Like so many things in life, it's not getting the right advice as much as it is getting the right advice at the right time. Much of life is about proper timing.
Of the many things I've learned over my life and more recently as part of my cancer journey, here are the remaining three of the six pieces of advice I'd give to people just starting out in life:
4. Fail often - Failing doesn't sound like a piece of advice that would be good for young people. However, it's not about the failure, it's about the lessons you learn from that failure that you can apply to your next endeavor. Failure means you're trying.
5. Don't compare yourself to others - Everyone has their unique life path. Your journey is not your neighbor's journey. Stay in your lane, be motivated, and develop the discipline to implement good habits. Focus on your track and be happy, not jealous, of what others have.
6. Dream big - Nobody ever hits a home run without swinging the bat. Low expectations of yourself achieve low results. Reach for the heavens and even if you fail, you'll still be among the stars.
Please leave me a comment about your thoughts regarding the best piece of advice you were given when you were young. If you missed the first three pieces of advice, please check out the February 19th Monday Morning Motivational Message.
New RVN Television Recording Available From The What The Why Show with Barbara Anne Gardenhire-Mills
Please check out my latest RVN Television recording from the What The Why Show with Barbara Anne Gardenhire-Mills. You can watch the episode by clicking on the PODCAST & SPEAKING VIDEOS button at the top of this page and scroll down and click on the What The Why Show tab.
Please check out my latest audio recording from the Just INwords Podcast with Justin Louis-Jean. You can listen to the podcast by clicking on the AUDIO PODCASTS & RADIO INTERVIEWS button at the top of this page, then click on the PODCAST INTERVIEWS tab and scroll down and click on the Just INwords Podcast tab.
Please check out my latest YouTube recording from the Ask Faleskini Podcast with Peter Faleskini. You can watch the podcast by clicking on the PODCAST & SPEAKING VIDEOS button at the top of this page and scroll down and click on the Ask Faleskini Podcast tab.
Author & Motivational Speaker
Terry is a sought after speaker who believes in the power of a story to motivate, inspire, and help others lead their uncommon and extraordinary lives. By combining his eleven-year cancer journey with his diverse business, athletic coaching, and hostage negotiating expertise, he delivers compelling yet relatable presentations for conferences, on-line events, panels, meetings, and seminars.