I’m a big fan of motivational speaker Eric “ET” Thomas because he’s honest and raw with his words and delivery. So it’s no surprise that he’s been featured on several Words of Wisdom posts on Imperfectly B. Here’s another great motivational video from him!Continue reading “Words of Wisdom: “The Next Level Might Require More Work”-Eric Thomas”
If you’ve been following my page, you know I’m a huge fan of motivational speaker Eric Thomas. He’s real and honest, and we all need that tough love sometimes.
As we start a new year, I think this video is definitely appropriate. This Words of Wisdom clip requires us all to be honest about our work ethic from the year before, especially if we didn’t get the results we expected.Continue reading “Words of Wisdom: “Be Upset About The Work You Didn’t Do, Not The Results” -Eric Thomas”
These Words of Wisdom from Eric Thomas really hit home this morning. I hope that they hit for someone else as well!Continue reading “Words of Wisdom: “What Are You Doing Today for Your Legacy?”-Eric Thomas”
I really want these Words of Wisdom from motivational speaker Eric Thomas to really resonate with you like they did with me.
I don’t like or want to romanticize struggle, but, like the popular phrase my Nana used to share, “Into each life, a little rain must fall.” None of us go through this life unscathed, but it’s how we manage our pain that matters.
So, if you’ve never watched a motivational video or heard a word from Eric Thomas, I strongly suggest you do so. This Words of Wisdom clip may be a harsh one but I’m hopeful that it will give somebody the push they need to start taking personal responsibility for themselves in their dreams.
In life, it’s easy to blame your circumstances on other people. I know because I’ve done it. When things weren’t going well for me, I blamed my job, my bosses, family, God, literally everybody around EXCEPT MYSELF. I never looked at what I was doing wrong and what I could do better to erase the challenges in my life. “Here’s where you know you have an ego problem. When you keep facing a challenge, year after year after year, and it’s not being resolved, it’s probably you,” Eric shared. In this clip, he speaks on the importance of taking personal responsibility for the role you play in your circumstances.
That was me from 2013 to around 2017 and I didn’t even realize it. This was one of the HARDEST lessons I had to learn. Instead of pointing the finger at others for why things weren’t going right in my life, I had to look inside myself. I had to be honest and see what I could be doing better or what I needed to give up to reach my highest potential instead of just pointing the finger. I hope y’all do the same.