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Motivation To reach success-through-sacrifice

This latest motivational video from SuccessLab is a great reminder that success does not come to you for free. That if you really want something in life you have to go out there and work your ass off to get it.

Sometimes it is hard to find motivation especially when you are feeling down. That is why it is a good idea to watch a visual of motivating clips to stimulate your thoughts and inspire you to chase greatness.

Checkout the following motivational video by SuccesLab and this motivates you, please share this with your friends and followers.


(Video) Motivation – Sacrifices You Must Make To Reach Success

“When you are not pursuing your goal, you are literally committing spiritual suicide.” – Les Brown

I am the the Founder of and I am so grateful you're here to be part of this awesome community. I love connecting with people who have a passion for Entrepreneurship, Self Development & Achieving Success. I started this website with the intention of educating and inspiring likeminded people to always strive for success no matter what their circumstances.I'm proud to say through my podcast and through this website we have impacted over 200 million lives in the last 10 years.



  1. Termite Control

    Jun 8, 2016 at 4:14 pm

    I saw this video, its really motivated me. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Adrian

    Mar 23, 2015 at 6:21 pm

    I’m 20 and I have my online bussines, I made lot of money and spent lot, lot of time working last 5 years.
    Lot of nights when I was ‘done’ with inspiration, too tired to work for 2-3 more hours, I visit this site and read all posts again, and instantly I get like motivation dope.

    Thank you.

  3. Danny Kelly

    Oct 11, 2014 at 1:01 pm

    Great Video!

  4. Salvador Rocha

    Jul 19, 2014 at 8:37 pm

    excellent video, message, content…however it seems to be made for men… just two female appeareances..

  5. Susana

    Jul 18, 2014 at 3:22 pm

    I’m 65, living in a foreign country, getting bored quite often, and trying not to get depressed. I’m an artist, but at this moment I’m feeling completely uninspired. This video is great, it can really make you feel better, I sent it to my two children, both in the process to form a successful life, to “recharge batteries”. Thank you so much for your sharing!

  6. Clint

    Jun 29, 2014 at 7:05 pm

    Hey guys, I hope you can help me out. I am a 2nd year finance and investments student in South Africa, and I am very ambitious about 3 things: Entrepreneurship( i have a few ideas that could lead to potential businesses), then Investments, I would like to start trading stocks and open a hedge fund later in my 20’s. But my utmost passion is sports, I love Soccer and Tennis. I used to play Tennis 3 hours a day everyday from age 15 to 18, but it quieted down in University at age 19. At this moment, I feel that way about soccer. I can spend the whole day on that field loving every moment. But at this age, making it as a pro is not in my favor. Now, I know I have to choose one career path and focus on it, I am just too unsure of which to choose, because I do want to be really successful and use the resources to help others as well… Please provide some comments? =)

    • michael

      Jul 8, 2014 at 6:42 pm

      I wish someone would respond to this. I am in the same predicament except my number one passion is music rather then sports. I practice drums 3 hours every single day

  7. C.M.Nivadha Rajan

    May 27, 2014 at 9:45 am

    This video is really a hope gainer.many times we used to lose our hope for things which is not so worthy,it happens.but controlling or handling such situation needs some support and motivation with some courage.i am glad that i gets such motivation from this site.thank you.

  8. ray

    May 26, 2014 at 7:03 pm

    Thanks for sharing this website with the rest of the world, it has worked wonders for me, I have such a different perspective about life and work. I can’t express my gratitude enough. Thanks Joel! 🙂

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Welcome to our new normal. A time in our lives that a year ago we certainly didn’t see coming that most of us probably wouldn’t have chosen for ourselves; but here we are. As the days away from each other carry on and more and more bad news comes our way, it’s easy to lose your motivation and waste energy doing things that aren’t helpful like worrying and fighting with people on the internet instead.

Nearly half of Americans report the coronavirus crisis is harming their mental health, according to the Washington Post. While many of us had routines set up to deal with stress in the past, the stress we are facing during this time is unlike anything we’ve experienced before. It’s easy to find yourself in a downward spiral, and that’s the most challenging time to stop the momentum and turn things around. If that’s the case, keep it simple and start to reach for little things to help you feel better and climb your way out.

Here’s a reminder of a few simple things you can do right now to start getting positive momentum going your way:

1. Find someone who was in a similar place and made it to the other side

Whether you’ve been unmotivated to workout, eat healthy, make sales calls or simply do anything, you can find someone who has been there and made it to the other side. Look up some great TED talks, go on YouTube and look up people that motivate you, google them to find their websites. There are short speeches and much longer talks all over the internet, you just need to find someone who you relate to that speaks to you.

2. Do something that you love

When we’re unmotivated, it’s easy to get out of the habit of doing what we love. Sometimes just getting out of bed or away from the tv feels like a chore. Think back to a time in your life when you felt great – what were you doing? What do you absolutely love to do that if you had the time, you would do all day and not realize any time had passed at all? 

Figure out a way to do whatever that is, or a modified version of it if it is something that you aren’t able to do at the present time. Spending time doing what you love will get your mind off of anything that is wrong and allow you to find inspiration.

“If something is important enough, even if the odds are stacked against you, you should still do it.” – Elon Musk

3. Don’t overcomplicate it

Keep it simple. When we’re stuck in a rut, we’ll give ourselves every excuse to not do something. Say you’ve gained some weight; you might tell yourself you need to find the perfect trainer and wait until you have time to cook your meals from scratch each night before you do anything else. Stop trying to overcomplicate it and keep it simple by finding one thing you can do right now, however small that may be. You don’t have to wait until the timing is perfect and the stars align for you to start moving in the direction you want to go.  

4. Get up and get moving

This is probably the last thing you want to do right now, but once you are up and moving, your blood will start flowing. The hardest part is getting started. Day one, get up and do anything to get moving. This is the hardest day if you haven’t in a while because getting up is really the hardest part. Day two, do a little more. Once you start, you’ll build momentum and get back in the habit.

5. Reset your focus

It’s so easy for worry to set in and for our minds to wander to places of what we can’t control. This is not motivating or helpful and we always have a choice to redirect our attention. There is always something we can do right where we are, so bring your focus to the solution instead of the problem and figure out the next step of what you can do. 

One step at a time. Step one, take your attention away from what you can’t control and what you can’t do. Step two, ask yourself questions like “What can I do?” and see what comes to mind. Follow through with the answers you find.

6. Listen to your favorite music

Not much can lift our spirits and put us into a positive vibration more than our favorite music. Feel free to sing along. Find a song that pumps you up and make that your theme song. Put it on anytime you feel down or unmotivated.

7. Expand your knowledge

“In times of change, the learners will inherit the Earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.” Quote by Eric Hoffer. In times of change, there is great loss but also great opportunity. Continually learning opens you to new opportunities and leads you to paths you may not have otherwise found.  

“Work like there is someone working twenty four hours a day to take it away from you.” – Mark Cuban

8. Meditate

If you’re already a meditator and got away from it, take some time to come back to it. If you’ve never tried, it can be as easy as setting a timer for five minutes (or less, feel free to start with one or two minutes) and focusing on your breath. Listen to the inhalations and exhalations. Silently say to yourself “in” as you inhale and “out” as you exhale. Even taking a few minutes to do this can help you to calm down and allow your mind to refocus.

When we’re unmotivated, our momentum starts moving in the other direction. Slow down that momentum by trying one of the ideas above. Once you’ve slowed down the momentum, get it moving in the right direction and you’ll be well on your way.

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