Man is divine

Man is divine

Man is divine ... what does it mean? It means that man is the only creature on earth capable of creating. Man has been able to create many things over the millennia that did not exist before. Just think that today there are objects that not even science fiction writers 100 years ago had hypothesized. One out of all the Internet that allows you to communicate in real time with all people around the world. So man is divine ...

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OG MANDINO - A motivational example

OG MANDINO - A motivational example

Around the end of 1958, Agostino, called by his friends Og, is looking at a gun in a shop window. he has been thinking about suicide for some time. He is 35 years old, has no job and no family, feels lonely and depressed. She lost her home, and in ten years of marriage she accumulated many debts. His way of dealing with difficulties is by drinking alcohol. Every day, he goes to the bar to drink and forget the ...

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Enzo Ferrari - A myth born of dreams and enthusiasm

Enzo Ferrari - A myth born of dreams and enthusiasm

On February 18, 1898, Enzo Ferrari was born in Modena. He is the second son of a working-class family. In fact, the father has a mechanical workshop under his house and earns his salary by building sheds for the state railways. After a happy childhood, the Spanish flu and the First World War arrive and take away his father and brother. Enzo is miraculously saved (after some interventions) from the flu. His passion is cars and his dream is ...

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Soichiro Honda - Part 3 - Dream Power

Soichiro Honda - Part 3 - Dream Power

The Dream Power, We Have a Dream… evidently in the history of man dreams have always represented an important inspiration. They represent the realization of the unachievable. A challenge to be won. Some native peoples of Australia, the aborigines, even have the "dream" culture. In Australian Aboriginal mythology, the Dreamtime, the Dreaming, the Law, or "era of dreams", "the dreaming" and "the law") is the time before creation ( or training) of the world. It is at the same time a common element and ...

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HONDA - inspiration and motivation - 2nd part

HONDA - inspiration and motivation - 2nd part

Let's start again from Soichiro Honda's The Power of Dream. Honda teaches us to never give up and to follow our dreams. Yeah ... NEVER GIVE UP! In 1938, when he was still far from famous, he invents a revolutionary new part of a piston. So revolutionary that Toyota offers him to acquire the patent. Soshiro has a Dream and will refuse this proposal which could have made him rich without effort. The second war ...

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HONDA - inspiration and motivation - 1nd part

HONDA - inspiration and motivation - 1nd part

Soishiro Honda, with his history is an example of inspiration and motivation for all. Honda teaches us to never give up and to follow our dreams. Born in Japan in 1906, the eldest of nine brothers. At the age of 15 he moved to Tokyo where, thanks to his resourcefulness, he managed to get hired as an apprentice in the “Art Shokai” workshop, dedicated to the repair of cars, motorcycles, bicycles and engines in general. Yuzo Sakakibara, the owner of the structure, senses the skills of the young Soichiro and ...

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The Strength of the Example

The Strength of the Example

Charisma, strong personality, motivation ... these concepts are commonly associated with great leaders capable of leading multinationals to success or moving the masses for an ideal, but they are also found in everyday life. Inspire a shared vision, for example, is a quality that every leader must possess in order to motivate the group to reach a goal. While it sounds like a pretty high-sounding concept, it's actually about a lot of people. Just think of a ...

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