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Jaret Grossman

After amassing over 30 million views on YouTube by producing a video every day for a year, Jaret Grossman has quickly become sought after as one of the world's best life coaches and business consultants. Jaret's world class advice is drawn from his early childhood woes and muscular transformation. As an 8th grader, Jaret was only 90 pounds, won only one wrestling match, and was constantly picked on and bullied. He quickly progressed to become one of New York's best wrestlers and eventually became a 3x All-American at Bryant University. After he pursued a career in law or investment banking, Jaret realized his passion lied elsewhere. While finishing up his JD degree, Jaret started up a health and fitness brand with his childhood friend. After building the Muscle Prodigy presence to over 300,000 unique visitors per month, over 1 million social media followers, and topping the charts with several iTunes albums, Jaret was looked up to by many as a beacon of light. People from all walks of life including C-level executives, pro athletes, students, and sales managers have come to Jaret looking for a transformation in their life including career empowerment, financial stability, relationship success, emotional mastery, physical health, spiritual connection, mental training, and contribution. If you'd like to hire Jaret for personal coaching, apply here.

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Thoughts vs Reality (#3)

A lot of people think that failure is a step backward. No, failure is a step forward – a step in the right direction. Every time you fail you learn something from it. That’s progress in every sense of the word. The thoughts that live in your head don’t mean anything unless you put them into motion, and you actually transfer that energy from your head into the world as we know it. You must leave your footprint on society by transferring these ideas into actions. The visualizations we have come to us for a reason. We must turn these dreams into realities. It’s better to have tried and failed than to have never made any attempt to live your dreams.

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What is Success? (#2)

So we’ve all been brainwashed by the media by our peers, by our parents, by our mentors, by our teachers to achieve this thing called success. What is success? It’s just a word. And what are words? They’re meanings of association – ideas and thoughts that we learn to attach to a concept which is truly different in everybody’s eyes. If you’re going to achieve something, you must have a firm grasp of what exactly that is. So what is success? Success is not money, it’s not clothes, it’s not cars; it’s not materialistic items. Success is the magnitude of the beneficial footprint that you leave on society.

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What’s Your Why

Created by Chispa Motivation on YouTube

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Rise

Created by Fight It or Accept It on YouTube

Featured Speakers: Eric Thomas, Sylvester Stallone

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Someone Like You

Created by Fight It or Accept It on YouTube

Featured Speakers: Steve Jobs, Eric Thomas

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It’s Your Dream

Created by MotivationGrid on YouTube

Featured Speaker: Eric Thomas

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Motivating Video for Success

Created by IOAN BENIAMIN STEAU on YouTube

Speakers: Jim Carrey, Tyler Perry, Richard Branson, Donald Trump, Steve Jobs, Will Smith, and Tony Robbins

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What Do You Expect?

Created by

    Absolute Motivation

on YouTube

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Push Through Pain

Created by

    Ben Lionel Scott

on YouTube

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The Crystal Staircase (#1)

We are all afraid to take action because we are unsure of the perfect plan to proceed. When you take this approach, you will accomplish nothing. Life is like this crystal staircase and you have muddy boots with spikes on them. One step in that direction is going to scratch and muddy up the staircase, but your job in life is not to preserve it – it’s to reach the top. It’s not because of the gold up there but because of the very essence of climbing it. It’s who you become in the process. When you reach the top, you get to look down and see how far you’ve come through the mud.

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