Sunday, September 14, 2008

Movies shared from 2005 - 2008

Movie by Mac Anderson – “Finish Strong”

The author, Mac Anderson states that the difference in success or failure is not chance, but choice. Because when adversity strikes, it's not what happens to us, but how we react to what happens that will determine our destiny. Check out his new video on this topic titled as “Finish Strong” -

Shared on August 09, 2008

Lesson of the week from - “Focus on Sales to Re-Ignite Growth”

The website offers a vast library of video interviews of most respected and influential business leaders in the world. The featured lesson of this week is “When sales slow down, you need to return to the fundamental business principles that spurred growth. In these fundamentals you’ll find the answers to what you need to be focusing on to spur growth.” Check out the complete interview with Todd Flemming, President/CEO of Intrasafe on:

Shared on August 09, 2008

What It Takes To Be # 1, a book where Vince Lombardi, one of football's most accomplished and respected coaches, shares nine key principles that shaped his father's philosophy of coaching and of life. Presentation link:

Shared on April 28, 2008

Paper Airplane, a 3 minute inspirational movie by Michael McMillan teaches a valuable lesson about courage and creativity for people of all ages. Just click on the link below and share it with friends and co-workers. Movie link:

Shared on April 14, 2008

Walk the Talk, by Eric Harvey and Steve Ventura reminds us that having values is very important, but it's much more important to live them. So sit back, turn up your speakers, and enjoy 3 minutes of inspiration from our new movie...Walk the Talk. Just click on the link below...and don't forget to share it with your friends and your team. Movie link:

Shared on March 30, 2008

A short movie by Mac Anderson on “You Can’t Send a Duck to Eagle School”
The movie is a quick presentation on how attitude makes all the difference. Hiring the right people is the key to any company’s success. Check out the movie on

Shared on October 07, 2007

Movie: The Power of Attitude by Mac Anderson, Founder of Simple Truths
The difference in success or failure is not how you look, not how you dress, not even how you’re educated. It’s how you think! In many ways we’re all alike; however, one little difference always makes a big difference. The little difference is attitude. In this 3 minute inspirational movie Mac shares with us some of the keys to staying positive in today’s world. So sit back, turn up your speakers and click on the link:

Shared on September 23, 2007

A short movie by Mac Anderson on “Nature of Success”
The movie is quite refreshing, inspirational, and interesting. Check out the movie on

Shared by Sanjiv Mehrotra on September 09, 2007

Customer Service Story in a Short Video (for the people who liked the inspirational movie, you will like this link too). Check out the story on:

Shared on April 15, 2007

Movie 212°...The Extra Degree

  • Two months ago a 3-minute movie titled: 212° was released ...The Extra Degree. The response to this simple, but powerful video has been overwhelming..!!!
  • Check out the movie on - ...A wonderful inspiration!!!
Shared by Nitin Agarwal on March 12, 2007

Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking
  • This video is from the library of Microsoft, where Malcolm Gladwell, Staff Writer, The New Yorker Magazine, gave a live presentation. I heard Malcolm’s presentation for 5 mins and then got engrossed in it for the next 50 minutes hearing his eye opening speech.
  • Malcolm talks about how we make decisions -- good and bad -- and why are some people so much better at it than others? Drawing on cutting-edge neuroscience and psychology, he shows how the difference between good decision-making and bad has nothing to do with how much information we can process quickly, but on the few particular details on which we focus. Gladwell reveals how we can become better decision makers -- in our homes, our offices, and in everyday life. Never again will you think about thinking the same way.
  • Watch the video on

Shared by Shiva Choudhary on September 18, 2006

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