Inspirational & Motivational Stories have the ability to lift us up, make us smile, encourage, motivate, and teach us valuable life lessons. Some will make you think, some will make you cry. Hopefully, some will give you that motivation to go for your dreams. Here are some motivating stories that will hopefully help you spark that motivational feeling. The important thing to remember when reading these inspiring stories is that when you get that feeling of motivation, where you want to do something, do something. Nothing is more of a waste than to be inspired and motivated and not take any action. Your life will only change as a result of taking focused action. An inspirational story is nothing if it doesn’t cause you to do something or at least make you believe in yourself a bit more.
Take a moment to browse around, grab your favorite beverage and bask in the warmth of these beautiful stories. Take away a lesson, some inspiration and let yourself believe that you have the full right to go after your heart’s desires, and dreams!
Be inspired by these inspirational quotes to positively influence your day and your life. Inspiring quotes that have motivational and uplifting words of wisdom that can make a positive impact on your life. Be encouraged by them. Find a quote that is meaningful to you, it may alter the way you think or just helps you look at issues in a more positive way. Place your favorite quote where you can refer to it often. Our outlook determines our attitude. If quotes can shift our outlook, it can change our attitude, which in turn, shapes our experiences. Uplifting and inspirational quotes to motivate you to be the best you can be! May they have a positive impact on your week.
Words of Inspiration contains quotes, sayings & famous speeches that can give us a perspective on our own life that we may have not seen before. Life is something that we all get to experience. For some, it´s an exiting journey filled with wonder and joy. For others, it´s a long road with many setbacks and obstacles. No one really knows the meaning of life for sure but here are some quotes, profunds, sayings and more that will hopefully help you make yours the best experience possible.
Speech is an essential element of language, one that we all employ in our daily lives. What about a speech? A speech is a formal address, delivered to an audience, that seeks to convince, persuade, inspire or inform. From historic moments to the present day, the history has given us some extraordinary examples of the spoken word. A powerful tool in the right – or wrong – hands, spoken words can, and has, changed the world.
Great oratory has three components: style, substance, and impact: Style: A great speech must be masterfully constructed. The best orators are masters of both the written and spoken word, and use words to create texts that are beautiful to both hear and read. Substance: A speech may be flowery and charismatically presented, and yet lack any true substance at all. Great oratory must center on a worthy theme; it must appeal to and inspire the audience’s finest values and ideals. Impact: Great oratory always seeks to persuade the audience of some fact or idea. The very best speeches change hearts and minds and seem as revelatory several decades or centuries removed as when they were first given.
If you Google history’s most powerful speeches, you’ll see a lot of glaringly testosterone-heavy lists. In certain respects, this makes sense. After all, for most of modern history, women have been encouraged to be seen and not heard. But when they did start to speak up, it became clear that women’s words can shake the world. Here at Café dito you will find poignant times when they have. These famous speeches lifted hearts in dark times, gave hope in despair, refined the characters of men & woman, inspired brave feats, gave courage to the weary, honored the dead, and changed the course of history.
The first to present projected moving pictures to a paying audience (i.e. cinema) were the Lumière brothers in December 1895 in Paris. At first, films were very short, sometimes only a few minutes or less. They were shown at fairgrounds and music halls or anywhere a screen could be set up and a room darkened. Subjects included local scenes and activities, views of foreign lands, short comedies and events considered newsworthy.
During the 1930s and 1940s, cinema was the principal form of popular entertainment, with people often attending cinemas twice weekly. In Britain the highest attendances occurred in 1946, with over 31 million visits to the cinema each week. While cinemas had some success in fighting the competition of television, they never regained the position and influence they once held, and over the next 30 years audiences dwindled. By 1984 cinema attendances in Britain had sunk to one million a week. Since then, however, that figure has nearly trebled with the growth of out-of-town multiplex cinemas following the building of the first British multiplex at Milton Keynes in 1985. Today, most people see films on television (whether terrestrial or satellite or on video of some kind) and we are also moving towards a web-based means of delivery.
I like watching movies. I prefer to watch feeling good movies and drama but really watch movies in all genres. Here I put together the movies I think are the best I have seen. The list will probably never be complete and you readers will surely have views on how I have categorized certain titles.