I Came Across This Speech About a Year Ago And The Message It Sends Is So True. A Real AHA! Moment

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When I find myself frustrated and not wanting to do anything I pull this up and just keep pushing on.


Take this speech to heart and you will begin to see results
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  • Profile picture of the author goodfriend2u
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    This video was very inspiring. No more excuses. "Just Do It." I need to let some of my family members see this video. Thanks for sharing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Maddi
    Love this video. Seen it a few times. Thanks for sharing.

    Maddi
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  • Profile picture of the author nelsonbiglar
    Just dooooo it!!!
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    • Profile picture of the author Etak
      Great video. This should be the mantra for all IMers. Thanks for sharing, David!
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      • Profile picture of the author David McAnulty
        Yeah, This video has gotten me over the hump quite a few times when my lazy ass would rather be doing something else besides focusing on my business.
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  • Profile picture of the author JimmyS
    This post is better than the last thread I visited. Some dude was squirming like he's video wasn't working but when I checked the linked, it works perfectly.....and now he got 31 views.... I was the 31st....lol......

    Anyway, great post man.... It's an inspiring video and at the same time a wake-up a call... Thanks for posting it....
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  • Profile picture of the author VcontentCreation
    Hey!!

    I loved this video.....fantastic.....

    Thanks

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  • Profile picture of the author abbie kye
    Great video...

    thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author JackBenson
    After I saw this I looked up Art's history and what he has accomplished is pretty impressive.

    He took a single business idea, selling term life insurance, and went super big with it and crushed it.
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    • Profile picture of the author David McAnulty
      Originally Posted by JackBenson View Post

      After I saw this I looked up Art's history and what he has accomplished is pretty impressive.

      He took a single business idea, selling term life insurance, and went super big with it and crushed it.

      Your right he was quite his story is quite an inspiration in itself. For those of you interested here is a little history about Art Williams

      Art Williams was born in 1942 in Waycross, Georgia, to a middle-class, Christian family, and grew up in nearby Cairo, with the dream of becoming a football coach. After college and two high school coaching jobs, he took the head coaching job at Kendrick High School in Columbus, Georgia, where he built a newly-formed team into champions in only three years. In the midst of a rewarding career as a winning high school football coach, boasting two "State Coach of the Year" awards, Art made a decision that would change his life dramatically.

      His decision had its roots in a personal experience. In 1963, his father died unexpectedly of a heart attack, leaving his family with no will and very little life insurance. Art, in college at the time, knew little about life insurance, but several years later at a family reunion, a cousin introduced him to a different concept--"buy term and invest the difference." Art was shocked to know that he could provide $150,000 of term coverage for the same premium he was paying for $15,000 of whole life. Remembering his parents' experience, and believing that his father had been misled, and doing some research on life insurance, Art became a crusader for the term

      insurance concept.


      He began to sell term insurance part-time, and quickly found that his commissions surpassed his coach's salary. In 1973 he left his first company, ITT, for Waddell & Reed, another term company. And on February 10, 1977, with no business education or corporate management experience, he formed A.L. Williams & Associates in Atlanta, Georgia, with just 85 agents. A.L. Williams became one of the fastest-growing companies in modern business history. After six years in the industry, it was the largest term life insurance company. In ten years, it was a billion-dollar company. By 1990, the company had a sales force of 225,000 people and ranked as the largest seller of individual life insurance in the United States, selling $93.5 billion in face value of individual life insurance. In just 12 years, the company became the first in the entire industry to have more than $300 billion of life insurance in force, a milestone no other company has reached yet. Several years under Art's leadership, the company sold more face value individual life insurance than New York Life and Prudential combined, the number two and three ranked companies.
      In November 1989, Art sold his company to New York-based Primerica Corporation, a diversified financial services company - a decision that has been one of his biggest regrets. He then served as an advisor to Primerica for a short period of time. Essentially retired from business, Art and his wife moved from Atlanta to Palm Beach, Florida, and began to pursue other interests. Some 16 years removed from the presidency of A.L. Williams Corporation is now part of Citigroup.
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  • Interesting video. Never saw any of his stuff before.
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  • Profile picture of the author bm120
    This is an awesome video, thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author link8
    Very inspirational... Check out Jim rohn's videos as well.
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    • Profile picture of the author David McAnulty
      Originally Posted by link8 View Post

      Very inspirational... Check out Jim rohn's videos as well.
      I would love to, could you provide me with a link to the specific one you are referring to
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      • Profile picture of the author Vogin
        Ok, for the second time on the Warrior forum today, I have to say - thanks for motivation.
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