Dr Wayne Dyer talks about getting rid of excuses and living the life that you really want to experience. (1/13) (2/13) (3/13) (4/13) (5/13) (6/13) (7/13) (8/13) (9/13) (10/13) (11/13) (12/13) (couldn’t find it) (13/13) Related: Your Ultimate Calling Dr. Wayne Dyer Motivational Speeches
Great program by Dr. Wayne Dyer on how to live an inspired life. (2 hours) Related: Dr. Wayne Dyer Motivational Speeches
Here is one of Jim Rohn’s classic seminars called How to Have Your Best Year Ever. I remember watching it back in 1999 on VHS and recently found it on Youtube. It’s over 4 hours long but worth watching. So grab a cup of coffee and get ready …
This is a speech that Oprah Winfrey, one of the most well known and most influence people in the world, made in 2008 at Stanford University where she inspires the newly graduates to pursue their dreams. Highlights Full
In this 2 hour program, Dr. Wayne Dyer talks about how our intentions can greatly affect our life. Part 1 of 2 Part 2 of 2 Back to Wayne Dyer
Here’s a motivational video by Nick Vujicic. Whatever challenges you may have or how hard you think your life may be, hopefully after watching this, it will help you put things into perspective.
Eric Thomas is a motivational speaker, author, activist, and a minister. Here is an awesome speech he gave to a group of students on the secrets to success. Part 1 Part 2 Back to Motivational Speeches page.
Earl Nightingale (1921-1989) – He was a motivational speaker and author who basically help start the whole self improvement industry. Perhaps the first personal development audio program ever recorded was “The Strangest Secret.” This audio program was credited by many motivational gurus today as being one of the …
Who doesn’t know Arnold Schwarzenegger? Most of us know him from his movies or as the Governor of California or from his body building days. I think most would agree that he’s been quite successful. Here is a video where he talks about his 6 secrets of success. …
Here’s an awesome speech from a movie way back during the 1940’s starring Charlie Chaplin. Another Version