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A set of great Motivation Videos from Brendon Burchard [Philosophy]
posted September 3 2014 10:29.54 by Giorgos Lazaridis

This is not quite the usual thematology for my BLOG, but being Greek means that philosophical genes are well implanted into my DNA.

Brendon Burchard is an American author, public speaker, and online trainer on the topics of motivation, high performance, and online marketing. At the age of 19 he had a near-fatal car accident and this was actually the kick starter to his interest in motivation and inspiration. This accident was the inspiration for his core teaching questions "Did I live? Did I love? Didi I matter?". He is the founder of the Experts Academy and High Performance Academy. You can watch his videos in his youtube channel

I've selected some of his videos that i enjoyed watching. These kind of videos are sometimes completely inappropriate to watch in different ways. Philosophically speaking, those who really need to get inspired might get depressed seeing how different they think and react to situations. On the other hand, there are those who will see part of themselves described in these videos, and those who THINK that they see part of themselves being described.

As always, no matter what the subject is, philosophy ("philo" meaning "friend" and "sophy" meaning "wisdom") requires one to "know thyself", otherwise crap may happen...

[Link: Brendon Burchard]

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