It's Time To Get Hungry! Dan Pena delivers a powerful motivational speech on getting over it and leaving your comfort zone for the last time.
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― Dan Peña
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Dan Pena, also known as the 50 billion dollar and trillion dollar man, is an American businessman and multimillionaire. He is the founder of Quantum Leap Advantage Methodology and chairman of The Guthrie Group, an investment consortium. He is own for coaching hundreds of people who have since become multimillionaires.
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The people that do we read about the people that we admire the elon musks, the steve jobs, the warren, buffets, etc, all have one thing in common.
They have extremely high self-esteem the high performance people.
The one thing that they all have in common is they're hungry hungry for a better life hungry for change hungry for the tough love.
Their parents didn't, give them 87 percent of everybody that walks the face of the earth.
7.65 billion people are unhappy.
I didn't know, until I got grown up and was an adult that everybody didn't have self-esteem.
I didn't realize that everybody didn't have self-confidence.
I didn't realize that everybody didn't have self-worth growth.
Only comes through pain, no pain, no gain it's.
The same in life.
Tough love gets the job done it's bloody hard to be a high performance person.
Being a high performance person is a full-time job I'm like this 24 7 365.
And I've been like this for the better part of 50 years, I'm, always like this I'm always pushing the edge of the envelope, most people procrastinate because they're unsure so just do it.
But I I've never had a problem just doing it, because one of the things is you learn as young combat infantry.
Officer is time costs lives.
We over analyze because we're unsure we don't over analyze because we are not sure if it'll work or not we're more worried about on the emotional side, it's embarrassingness.
But being liked doesn't, get you a raise and you're working for uh, wherever you're working for efficiency accountability.
If you want a million you'll make a million not a million five, if you want 10 million 100 million and you'll, never exceed that you will never exceed your highest expectation.
You will never exceed your highest craziest thought, never that's a guarantee ted turner just gave his 75th anniversary party on cnn, a few months ago.
And he has he makes a couple of comments.
And he says, number one and I'm, not suggesting this for everybody it's, how I lived, though first 10 years of my starting cnn, I slept on my couch.
I didn't have an apartment.
Bill gates slept in the office.
Steve jobs slept in the office.
And I can go down a whole list.
Now, these are super successful.
Mega wealthy guys, I slept in my office, not everybody's willing to make that sacrifice, but it's, not the only thing.
But even if you don't sleep in your office, if you want to send your kids to a better school, if you want to be able to take your hair, your mother when she gets dementia, if you want to this all takes money when I my children aren't getting any of my money, when I die, not not one centavo, not one penny and uh, uh, two of my kids are cool with it.
One of them's, not so cool with it I'm.
Not gonna you know, I I think andrew carnegie by the way, andrew, carnegie, arguably the richest most successful entrepreneur of all time.
He said, the the best thing that you can have for a child is him to be born into poverty.
And I agree, of course, you've heard me say this before self-esteem has built the first seven or eight years of life and uh, unfortunately, we're with our parents, the first seven or eight years of life, uh ergo.
We don't have too much high self-esteem.
But to build high self-esteem and the way you build high self-esteem, if you're 25 35 or 45 is to, uh be around surround yourself with other people that have high self-esteem, uh, show me your friends and I'll show your future.
And so you can still you can reverse your childhood by who you associate with you're 22 years, old, you're, 32 you're, 41 years old and there's, a guy or a gal who's, 45 years old, who is where you want to be.
They've accomplished a lot of things if you're into uh, they're, saving the world they're using their money for good causes.
Go associate with those people be around those people and they're easy to find.
But you they're, not gonna knock on your door, they're, not gonna come to your apartment or your flat and ask you, oh, can I help you your parents probably told you? You can be anything you want.
But you can't that's horse.
You can't if it's all juxtaposed.
So, but what you tell them is that you can do anything you want that you have passion for because that eliminates most of the crap because most people don't follow their dream.
You know, like they say in the sound of music, you can't have a dream come true unless you have a dream.
Now I still dream.
I dream in technicolor.
I say, my affirmations and goals every single night and that's, why affirmations work so effectively, because your subconscious, doesn't know, you're full of.
And when you tell your subconscious a million times and then every success you have is a self-fulfilling prophecy.
The world-class athletes, you know, 20 years.
They see themselves standing on the podium, getting a gold gold medal at the olympics.
They were able to do that, but you'll never exceed your most bodacious.
If if you say I've got mentees I'm going to go to the olympics, they went.
They didn't get a medal.
I've got a mentee that I'm going to go to the olympics and I'm going to I'm going to meddle medal.
What the that mean they get a bronze before I had any money.
I used to go to the rolls-royce dealers and sit in the cars and smell the leather touch.
Okay, I went to million dollar houses and my wife, and I would walk through the house, and they'd say, what are your parents getting here? Kids, no, we are the buyers, uh, practice within when you're without practice being successful.
How many people listening to this today, practice being successful today, it's through affirmations through going to the rolls-royce dealer, maybe lamborghini, maybe something else in my particular case it was rolls royce.
And within a year meeks going to rolls-royce dealer, I had a rules.
Okay, within 19 months of me, dreaming.
And adding it to my goals of counseling on an island.
I own guthrie castle.
Okay, go to stores.
You can't afford go hire lawyers.
You can't afford lawyers will meet with anybody accounts will meet with anybody go to the big four accountants with a business idea.
The first couple meetings are for free jettison, probably a lot of the people you hang around with if you have poor public speaking skills, join toastmasters do these.
If you go, if you went to a good school and you're, not successful go to the alumni deals.
Okay, I didn't go to a good school.
I'm, a perfect living example that a lot of trouble as a kid, um, working class background.
My parents, uh went to, uh, uh, just a mediocre university that I flunked out of three times before.
I finally, graduated with honors, but uh, and I had no money to begin with 820.
So it's all possible.
1963 “I Have a Dream” speech
The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.'s “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered on August 28, 1963, is one of the finest pieces of oratory in human history.
It's easy to be positive when everything is working out. It's much harder, much much harder when nothing is working out. But that's when we need it the most ... Everything is worth the prize."How do you start a motivational speech examples? ›
Begin with an anecdote: An anecdote is a short personal story about you that relates to the theme of the speech. Using an anecdote is one method you can use to illustrate your theme before you've directly mentioned what it is.How do you break into motivational speaking? ›
- Start with a subject you know well.
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- “Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall” – Confucius.
- “Magic is believing in yourself. ...
- “All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them” – Walt Disney.
- “The real test is not whether you avoid this failure…
Oprah Winfrey is the world's #1 motivational speaker and one of the leading celebrity keynote speakers. She has been a TV host, actress, producer and philanthropist for over 30 years.What are some motivating words? ›
- Goals. It should be no surprise that goals motivate us and inspire us. ...
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- Trust: “The speaker is believable” First, your audience must feel like they can trust you. ...
- Desire: “The future will be better than the past” Second, your audience must feel an intense desire to achieve the goal that you define. ...
- Clarity: “I know what to do next”
- Prepare. Short speeches require preparation because you have to condense your information into only the most useful points. ...
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- Good morning/afternoon everyone and welcome to my presentation. ...
- Let me start by saying a few words about my own background.
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- This talk is designed to act as a springboard for discussion.
Practice that transition with confidence and purpose. Match the opening sentence. Ideally, the opening and closing sentences should relate to one another in meaning and intensity. As you write your closing sentence, re-read the opening sentence and see how you can refer back to it or build on it.How do you motivate people? ›
- Tell people exactly what you want them to do. ...
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- Tell a story.
There may also be multiple messages to convey or address throughout the speech. As a general guide, 40-45 minutes is standard for a keynote speech or motivational speech and we would recommend allowing 15-20 minutes for audience questions at the end — if appropriate.How long should a motivational speech last? ›
A motivational speech does not have to be a 60 minute or more. In fact, it is better for leaders to deliver short 5- 10-minute motivational speeches on a more regular basis to reinforce direction and keep momentum high.What is the most motivational thing in the world? ›
- "How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world." ...
- "Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do." ...
- "I have learned over the years that when one's mind is made up, this diminishes fear."
Martin Luther King's speech I Have a Dream was delivered during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 28, 1963, and is our number one for speeches that changed the world.What is success life speech? ›
Success is the offspring of hard work and determination. Without both these parents, success will not be born. In order to be successful in life, an individual has to set up goals and work for them. Many people will do the first part — setting the goal right, but they forget the main part — working for it.