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Ancient Motivation Video Is Key To Success For Corporate Staff, Students Of All Ages, Families
Filmmaker Kevin Douglas Wright Releases A Simple, Ancient Motivation Video That Is The Basic Building Block For Reaching Goals In Business, Education, And Family Life
“My young nephew was having trouble focusing on what was important at school and at home. I wanted to help my little nephew, but it was extremely hard because I did not see him every day. I knew there had to be a way to influence him on a daily basis without actually seeing him daily,” Mr. Wright pondered.
The filmmaker wrote out a simple script on a 3x5 note card and had a novice actor read the script. Well…that is the technical explanation about what happened. The reality is the solution was easier and the solution could be applied to many different situations in business, education, and family life.
“I filmed my nephew reading very short, positive, motivational, and inspirational messages. Those simple messages dramatically influenced my nephew over the next several years. It was extremely powerful yet so simple,” exclaimed Mr. Wright.
“The simple motivation technique can easily be used in the corporate world and in student educational situations. If you have a goal and want to reach that goal, try this simple motivation technique.”
There are many different ways one can explain why a filmed motivational message is so powerful. Some explain it as positive suggestion or positive thinking. Others call it affirmations or proclamations.
“Our simple, ancient motivation video has sparked a flurry of other ideas. First and foremost, I decided to post the old video on YouTube in an effort to inspire others."
"In addition, I am in the process of writing a book about motivation inspired by our simple motivation video. Most importantly, I am making myself available as a keynote speaker and motivational speaker,” detailed Mr. Wright.
The original motivation video can be viewed on YouTube by clicking the following link… http://youtu.be/
Page Updated Last on: Dec 05, 2012