"Change your thoughts and you change your world."~ Norman Vincent Peale
One of the best, and easiest formats to get information, and in my case, inspiration, is video. I don't spend a lot of time watching videos, but I do try to find something inspiring every day. Some days it is easier than others.
Today I would like to share with you two, disparate, but equally inspirational videos that I have recently stumbled across.
The first inspires from an intellectual perspective, and the second from an emotional one. Both videos are well worth watching.
Does reality change when our perspective or perception of our reality changes?
Ted Talks is a wonderful place to see inspiring, thought provoking videos. You can always visit the site to search out videos, but I think this video (16 1/2 minutes long) is particularly poignant to what the You, Unlimited community is all about.Here is one video I found that I felt was particularly interesting from a point of view of perspective or perception of our reality.
Listen carefully to the underlying message (the message is serious, even though you will find yourself laughing.)
Find more inspirational Ted Talks at www.ted.com. When you find something that you feel the community would benefit from, please share the link in the comments, or send the link to me via the Contact Form, and I will make sure it gets posted to the community.
The impact of doing the right thing...
This short video (about 6 minutes long) is inspiring from an emotional perspective. Doing the right thing, even when it is not necessarily in your own best interest, has a far reaching impact on our world and the people in it. The right thing is not always the easy thing, but in the end, it is what life is all about!
Have you come across other inspiring videos that you feel the community would benefit from? Send the link or post it in the comments. If we have enough links to inspiring videos, then I'll look at putting up a page dedicated just to them.
I hope you enjoyed the videos, and I hope you came away as inspired as I did when I watched them. Let me, and the community know what you think by leaving a comment below.