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Keys to Success in Life
Keys to Success in Life
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Keys to Success in Life
Keys to Success in Life
Keys to Success in Life
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Keys to Success in Life
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Keys to Success in Life
Keys to Success in Life
Keys to Success in Life
Keys to Success in Life
Keys to Success in Life
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Keys to Success in Life

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Motivational, multimedia powerpoint to encourage students to set appropriate goals.

Motivational, multimedia powerpoint to encourage students to set appropriate goals.

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    • 1. Ice and Snow Festival Life, at best, is like the Beautiful & short-lived
    • 2.
      • The temperatures in Harbin, China, are often as low as minus 40°C and remain over a half year under the freezing point. But the people of Harbin have turned this disadvantage into an advantage.
      • This city -- located in Chinese Manchuria, northwest of Vladivostok in Siberia -- is home of the annual Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival, which has been held since 1963, interrupted for a number of years during the Cultural Revolution until it was resumed in 1985.
    • 3.
      • Sculpting teams come from all over the world to participate: Russia, Japan, Canada, France and even South Africa.
      • And the festival has grown into a massive event, to which millions of tourists come from the ends of the earth.
    • 4. The greatest achievements begin with one person’s vision becoming shared by many.
    • 5. Achievements begin with hard lumps.
    • 6. People who work out of love and inspiration will always out-achieve those who work out of force or necessity.
    • 7. You will achieve more and be happier in your own life if you follow your own dreams. Have a vision for your own future .
    • 8. Great achievement always requires ‘delayed gratification’ -- sacrifice now for something greater in the future.
    • 9. One lesson of the current ‘Great Recession’ is that society as a whole suffers when too many people try to borrow from tomorrow for today.
    • 10. When ‘I’ becomes more important than ‘we.’
    • 11. And when personal gratification takes priority over ethics and integrity in business and in our personal lives.
    • 12. But before we can lead others we must first rule ourselves. True nobility is achieved in servant-leadership, when the ‘greatest of all’ make themselves ‘last of all and servant of all.’
    • 13. We must discover who we are inside. We must believe in ourselves. A positive attitude correlates much more highly with success in life than a high GPA.
    • 14. We must accept our ‘response-ability’ – our unique human ability to determine our response no matter the stimuli or circumstances of our lives.
    • 15. We must also recognize our infinite potential within.
    • 16. The human brain is the greatest computer ever ‘invented,’ yet scientists say we use less than 10% of it. What if we could tap 100%?
    • 17. Our capabilities would increase not tenfold but rather a thousandfold. I’m here to help you tap into your infinite potential.
    • 18. Yet it ultimately takes synergy (people working together) to make something really special occur.
    • 19. No one can do it alone.
    • 20. Together we can reach the stars!
    • 21. Think ‘win-win.’ We succeed only to the degree that we help others succeed.
    • 22. Then when we add the light of inspiration…
    • 23. … something truly miraculous can occur.
    • 24. Don’t look back when you’re old and say: ‘I could have done great things if only I weren’t so busy doing little things.’
    • 25. Ask yourself: ‘What one thing could I be doing differently now that would make all the difference?’ Then do it!
    • 26. Don’t let the things that truly matter be sacrificed to the gods of self-indulgence OR triviality -- demands of life that have little enduring importance.
    • 27. Plan your path to greatness. Adapt as needed... … but never, ever give up.
    • 28. Figure out your life’s mission – and always keep the No. 1 thing the No.1 thing.
    • 29. Your voyage won’t always be smooth, but keep focused on the star that leads to your lifetime goals.
    • 30. Plan each step, and keep climbing one small step after another. And if you fall, pick yourself up and start again.
    • 31. Along the way, be genuine. Share your inner self with others.
    • 32. Be brave within yourself and encouraging to others around you.
    • 33. Have empathy for others. Truly listen and feel their needs as your own. Lead by example, and serve with love.
    • 34. And, ultimately, our greatest joys in life will be in the relationships we build with those who journey with us.
    • 35. All of our achievements will be meaningless if we end our journey all alone.
    • 36. Smile a lot. Truly appreciate all the blessings of life.
    • 37. Enjoy your journey.
    • 38. But particularly enjoy the people who make the journey with you.
    • 39. And in the end…
    • 40. … you will have no regrets.
    • 41. You will have bridged the challenges of life together...
    • 42. … and reached the other side…
    • 43. … with joy…
    • 44. … from a life well lived…
    • 45. … and achievements…
    • 46. … you cannot now dare dream.
    • 47. And when the sun sets on this life, somewhere else it will be rising with new joys and new opportunities.

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