Momentum can build quickly

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Hey Folks,

Been a while since I posted in this forum but I've been stopping by and reading some of your stories and updates. Thanks for the inspiration.

I made a new video for my blog today that I think you might appreciate.

How the power of momentum can help you make huge changes fast

#build #momentum #quickly
  • Profile picture of the author redfiredsoul
    I really liked your video. Thanks for sharing this is just what I needed .
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    • Profile picture of the author JustinP
      Originally Posted by redfiredsoul View Post

      I really liked your video. Thanks for sharing this is just what I needed .
      Glad you liked it. I'd love to hear how you end up applying the idea... what kind of ritual can you start and then build upon? :rolleyes:
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      • Profile picture of the author redfiredsoul
        Originally Posted by JustinP View Post

        Glad you liked it. I'd love to hear how you end up applying the idea... what kind of ritual can you start and then build upon? :rolleyes:
        Loving yourself and then loving yourself some more . Works for me!
        Love is the most positive force in the universe, also the most powerful one mind you!
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        Won´t stop til its over. Won´t stop to surrender.
        Find your strength in love.

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        • Profile picture of the author gamino79
          Very inspiring video thanks for sharing
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  • Profile picture of the author Tinderet
    it's like the attraction law i think
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  • Profile picture of the author slingingshot15
    wow......great video man and I liked the background music and stuff
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  • Profile picture of the author rahulbangar
    Only 113 views so far ? You need to promote this video mate
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    • Profile picture of the author JustinP
      Originally Posted by rahulbangar View Post

      Only 113 views so far ? You need to promote this video mate
      Thanks man. Well the vid has only been up 1 day. But the view count is off because it was viewed on my blog over 250 times yesterday. But I appreciate it

      Feel free to tweet, FB

      Appreciate the feedback. Have a good one
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  • Profile picture of the author Rick Wagoner
    Great video Justin! I just featured it on my blog at:

    BIG DREAM FUEL: How To Use Momentum To Reach Your Goals

    Thanks for the inspiring message!

    Rick Wagoner
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  • Profile picture of the author Marlin Winters
    Such a nice video indeed!

    thanks for sharing!
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  • Profile picture of the author DWaters
    Nice video - you make some very good points about developing GOOD habits. I have heard that if you do something for 21 days in a row than it will be a new habit.

    Haabits, go or bad, are hard to break..... so develop good habits and that will help you a lot.
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  • Profile picture of the author Evocess
    Great video Justin!

    You build momentum in business when you accumulate a series of successes, one quickly after the preceding one. If you're in sales, momentum might consist in closing rapid-fire deals. When you're rolling with good momentum, you're busy, but you're accomplishing a lot.

    It can take time to build up solid momentum, to establish a steady rhythm of success. BUT patience and confidence in your system will result in having a solid momentum.

    Cheers,
    Justin Durano
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  • Profile picture of the author Anthony Gibson
    Awesome video Justin from a fellow Canuck!
    You're representing well
    I'm a huge proponent of Momentum, a series of small success accumulate.
    The snowball effect indeed!


    Anthony
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    • Profile picture of the author JustinP
      Originally Posted by Anthony Gibson View Post

      Awesome video Justin from a fellow Canuck!
      You're representing well
      I'm a huge proponent of Momentum, a series of small success accumulate.
      The snowball effect indeed!


      Anthony
      Thanks Anthony... eh? Me too. It is pretty easy to pick a small task, get to it and get it done as quickly as possible. It is not easy to say "I'm going to complete this entire project this afternoon" if you have never handled a massive amount of work in 1 sitting before. Baby steps
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  • Profile picture of the author jjbalagosa
    Very nice video! I'm actually a little jealous.

    I can vouch for the power of momentum. I train at a pretty well known Mixed Martial Arts gym here in Las Vegas. It's been my morning routine now for about 4 years.

    Getting beat up by UFC fighters to start my day, makes the rest of the day seem like a gentle cruise downhill. No matter what goes on.

    Good info, and more power to ya!
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    • Profile picture of the author Anthony Gibson
      Originally Posted by jjbalagosa View Post

      Very nice video! I'm actually a little jealous.

      I can vouch for the power of momentum. I train at a pretty well known Mixed Martial Arts gym here in Las Vegas. It's been my morning routine now for about 4 years.

      Getting beat up by UFC fighters to start my day, makes the rest of the day seem like a gentle cruise downhill. No matter what goes on.

      Good info, and more power to ya!
      You ever gonna get in the Octagon? Will I see you on Spike?

      Anthony
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      • Profile picture of the author jjbalagosa
        Originally Posted by Anthony Gibson View Post

        You ever gonna get in the Octagon? Will I see you on Spike?

        Anthony
        Haha!

        Yeah, there's no way that's happening Anthony. I get slaughtered more than I actually win.

        I'm more of a hobbiest.

        If you watch The Ultimate Fighter Fridays series (on Fox or FX, depending on where you're at) that started this past Friday, you'll see my coach - Cameron Diffley - competing.
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        • Profile picture of the author Anthony Gibson
          Originally Posted by jjbalagosa View Post

          Haha!

          Yeah, there's no way that's happening Anthony. I get slaughtered more than I actually win.

          I'm more of a hobbiest.

          If you watch The Ultimate Fighter Fridays series (on Fox or FX, depending on where you're at) that started this past Friday, you'll see my coach - Cameron Diffley - competing.
          Haha well I'm sure it's a great workout nonetheless lol. I'm gonna try and start going to BJJ in Toronto.
          I'll let you know how it goes haha.
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    • Profile picture of the author JustinP
      Originally Posted by jjbalagosa View Post

      Very nice video! I'm actually a little jealous.

      I can vouch for the power of momentum. I train at a pretty well known Mixed Martial Arts gym here in Las Vegas. It's been my morning routine now for about 4 years.

      Getting beat up by UFC fighters to start my day, makes the rest of the day seem like a gentle cruise downhill. No matter what goes on.

      Good info, and more power to ya!
      Wow that's an awesome morning routine. That must really strengthen you both physically and mentally. After battling in the octagon in the morning, a bit of online marketing work would seem like a breeze!
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    • Profile picture of the author webcashuk
      Excellent Video Justin , Inspirational and positive , one that i will certainly return to often and introduce others to... Thanks


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      • Profile picture of the author JustinP
        Originally Posted by webcashuk View Post

        Excellent Video Justin , Inspirational and positive , one that i will certainly return to often and introduce others to... Thanks


        Peter
        Awesome glad you liked it, thanks for commenting Peter. Really appreciate you sharing it!

        Originally Posted by Links Sales View Post

        good video justin, I love music supporters
        thanks for sharing
        Glad you liked. Yeah I'm on the hunt for more motivational royalty free instrumentals for my weekly videos.
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  • Profile picture of the author Elamros
    Yes, you're right. Thanks for posting your vid here. Momentum.... You can start small and you'll gain momentum from there. I read somewhere that "28 days makes a habit," can't really remember where. If you lose momentum, don't lose heart. yes, it could be discouraging but what's important is that you rise up again and get back to the race. Many people would also be willing to help you.
    Love your momentum JustinP. l wish I could speak like that - straight, clear and precise.. so I can make a video too. I stutter a lot so simply prefer to write.
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    • Profile picture of the author JustinP
      Originally Posted by Elamros View Post

      Yes, you're right. Thanks for posting your vid here. Momentum.... You can start small and you'll gain momentum from there. I read somewhere that "28 days makes a habit," can't really remember where. If you lose momentum, don't lose heart. yes, it could be discouraging but what's important is that you rise up again and get back to the race. Many people would also be willing to help you.
      Love your momentum JustinP. l wish I could speak like that - straight, clear and precise.. so I can make a video too. I stutter a lot so simply prefer to write.
      Hey Elamros

      Yes I heard abotu the 26 days to a habit. Well the study I heard about was where Nasa took some volunteer astronauts and had them wear convex eye glasses. It made everything in their world appear upside down. After an average of 26 days, the astronauts began seeing the world "right side up" because their brains "rewired" the world so they could operate normally. Suggesting that it takes about 26 days for the actual structure of the brain to change to the new "habit".

      I have no idea how valid this research is but it makes a great story for motivational speakers LOL. I have to admit I've used that story in some of my youth workshops but I have since stopped because I don't know how true the study is. If anyone knows if the study is real I'd love to hear from you.

      Regarding speaking to the cam, thanks for your comments. I have literally shot hundreds (and maybe 1000s by now) of videos and it is always a work in progress. You should give it a try. Just make the videos for yourself and practice speaking. You might be suprised how quickly you can improve your skills.

      Thanks for your comment
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      • Profile picture of the author Elamros
        Originally Posted by JustinP View Post

        Hey Elamros

        Yes I heard abotu the 26 days to a habit. Well the study I heard about was where Nasa took some volunteer astronauts and had them wear convex eye glasses. It made everything in their world appear upside down. After an average of 26 days, the astronauts began seeing the world "right side up" because their brains "rewired" the world so they could operate normally. Suggesting that it takes about 26 days for the actual structure of the brain to change to the new "habit".

        I have no idea how valid this research is but it makes a great story for motivational speakers LOL. I have to admit I've used that story in some of my youth workshops but I have since stopped because I don't know how true the study is. If anyone knows if the study is real I'd love to hear from you.

        Regarding speaking to the cam, thanks for your comments. I have literally shot hundreds (and maybe 1000s by now) of videos and it is always a work in progress. You should give it a try. Just make the videos for yourself and practice speaking. You might be suprised how quickly you can improve your skills.

        Thanks for your comment
        Interesting NASA study.

        I now remember the "28 days makes a habit" is a workshop in Ramit Sethi's earn1K private list. Not really promoting him. But I do recommend because he teaches really good stuff.

        About speaking to the cam, made recordings which I just keep in my pc. Will try more and practice more so I can publish some online or show to close friends. LOL!
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  • Profile picture of the author dmarseller
    Thank you for your video !

    Have a nice day!
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  • Profile picture of the author Joe Crosbie
    Hey Justin!

    Great video! I am going to set my self the challenge of getting up at 5am tomorrow! I tried it today but I did not succeed! Tomorrow is a new day though and I know I am going to do it! Do you have any tips for when you first started getting up early or did it just come natural to you?

    Great video! Thanks for sharing! It has definitely got me motivated to making a change for the better and continuing to improve my lifestyle!

    Joe Crosbie!
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    • Profile picture of the author JustinP
      Originally Posted by Joe Crosbie View Post

      Hey Justin!

      Great video! I am going to set my self the challenge of getting up at 5am tomorrow! I tried it today but I did not succeed! Tomorrow is a new day though and I know I am going to do it! Do you have any tips for when you first started getting up early or did it just come natural to you?

      Great video! Thanks for sharing! It has definitely got me motivated to making a change for the better and continuing to improve my lifestyle!

      Joe Crosbie!
      Hey Joe thanks for your comments

      Part of my motivation to get up early was watching videos from Eric Thomas. He gets up at 3am every day ... that's where I got the inspiration.

      The way I started the habit was to link it in my mind to be something I HAD to do if I wanted to achieve my goals. I would dwell on getting a huge jump start on the world and gaining a competitive edge. I also make sure that the first few hours are spent doing my most enjoyable work... for me that is reading and studying mindset and motivation... so I'm literally excited to get out of bed anyways.

      Once I did it for a few days I just didn't want to break the streak... momentum. Then I started telling people about it so now its kind of an identity for me and we humans are pretty driven to maintain our social identities. So I have that force driving me out of bed early even on the days I don;'t want to.

      Hope that helps
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  • Profile picture of the author speedbird
    Hello Justin, I have ready many of your posts and they are truly amazing and inspiring. Keep up the good work you are doing bro!
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    • Profile picture of the author JustinP
      Originally Posted by speedbird View Post

      Hello Justin, I have ready many of your posts and they are truly amazing and inspiring. Keep up the good work you are doing bro!
      Thanks man glad to hear it. Its awesome to have a forum like this one where we can all share our ideas and insights, get feedback from each other and so on. I appreciate you taking the time to leave a comment!
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