True Excellence is ‘doing your best’, not ‘winning’
On Oprah’s awesome program, Super Soul Sunday, one of her guests was,Timothy Shriver, the chairman of the Special Olympics. He said that, as a member of the powerful Kennedy family, there was always pressure to succeed. When he became a father, Timothy and his wife, Linda, had their kids play unified sports, where teams are made up of people with and without intellectual disabilities. It was at a sports function that a teammate’s mother changed the way Timothy looked at excellence forever. Find out how in this inspiring clip below:
Let’s Sell The Truth
Many would disagree with this quote, as it is a head-scratcher at first glance. But with a closer and deeper look it’s very true, just think about it. Truth is easy to sell once you get it to the consumers. Getting it to the consumers is what we like to do at The Olive Street Agency, there are many vehicles you can take, choose one and go to market!
This High School Football Player would be a Great Motivational Speaker!
“That’s all it takes to be successful is an attitude”
TWC News Austin reporter Lauren Mickler and videographer Jesse Moloney interview East View High School Football player Apollos Hester after the Patriots triumphed over Vandegrift by one point. Hester’s post-game interview was one of the most inspiring interviews we have captured on Sports Night High School Blitz.
Tweet Tweet. Say Thank You!
This month’s inspration comes from an awesome Online #SocialMedia #Marketing Tool we found out about called SumAll. They do a lot of cool analytics, but if you go to (sumall.com/thankyou) and sign up, it analyzes your twitter account and at the end of every week automatically sends out a tweet saying THANK YOU to the top folks who retweeted you that week. For FREE. Awesome! Start with a “Thank You” folks, it goes a long way. 🙂 #increasesengagement #itsjustnice #goodadvice
Get Your Hustle On!
Ted Talk time again! We love them. 🙂
Author, motivational speaker and self-proclaimed “Hustler”, Jullien Gordon offers good sound life and business advice to an audience of teens regarding the perils of an ever shifting economy and the need to create multiple streams of income through side-hustles. Gordon suggests that this generation has the ability to position itself to “create value, be valued, and do work that aligns with their values”.
Spotted by an FB post from Nina @ ICA! Thanks