I love confidence videos because some of them are so amazing due to their inspirational message or their concept.
They can teach you a valuable lesson, inspire you, or even make you laugh.
I've created some of my own that I'd like to share with you and also I've added ones that I've seen lately that I've found to be particularly amazing.
Let me know if you've seen any that you think are inspirational and I'll add them to this page as well.
The following 3 videos I created especially for Life With Confidence.
Feel free to share them with your friends and family. I uploaded them to YouTube so that they would have "play" buttons but I find the quality is definitely not as good once they're online. So, you'll also find a link to provide you with access to a higher quality, full screen version of the video. There's no "play" button though and the presentation doesn't stop until you hit the pause button.
I thought it was worth offering you both versions because some of the pictures in the videos are stunning and you lose that in the YouTube version.
I hope they inspire you.
This video is all about blame. Whether you're being blamed for something or tend to blame others for your situation, this slide show will provide you with a new perspective on blame.
Video is 2 minutes 32 seconds.
For the higher quality and full screen version, click here.
This video is an inspirational look at how your past experiences can make for great things. Also, have confidence in yourself because there's so much more to you than first meets the eye.
Video is 2 minutes 28 seconds long.
For the higher quality, full screen version, click here.
This is also a short little video I made on the topic of blame. It's actually an excerpt from my book, "3 Questions That Will Change Your Life" from the chapter on BlameNote: You'll need to press Pause to stop the video
The following are some good inspirational videos I've seen lately. I'll keep adding more as I find them.
This is a really good video which shows how by taking responsibility for your actions, you release yourself from the feelings of being pressured by others. It's quite funny to watch but also makes a very good point.
In 1997, Warren MacDonald lost both his legs in a mountain climbing accident. This hasn't slowed him down at all from pursuing what he loves, mountain climbing. In 2003, he became the first double amputee to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. A good quote from him is, "We all of have the ability to pull off some pretty incredible things, the difference is, some people are afraid of taking that first step." This is a great video to show you that you can do anything you put your mind to. The only thing that can stop you is you.
Video is 8 minutes 48 seconds.
This lecture is called, "Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams" by Randy Pausch. He was a professor at Carnegie Mellon University who'd been told he had 3 to 6 months left to live as he had pancreatic cancer. Filmed in September 2007, he has some powerful messages for all of us. I love his comment about how obstacles aren't meant to defeat us, they're meant to show us how much we want the goal.
Video is 76 minutes 23 seconds.