Inspirational Sports Movies Can Help You Succeed Everywhere
There are some great inspirational sports movies out there. Movies like Rocky.
But even more than that there are great inspirational sports movies on YouTube. Like this speech done to a team. Take a look:
Great movie, huh?
Even though these are inspirational sports movies, they can be looked at in different ways. They can be applied for different things even if you aren’t into sports that much.
Just think of them as metaphors for your life and a whole new world opens up.
This kinda reminds me of this next video:
This isn’t really an inspirational sports movie but, just like the sports movies it can be taken as a metaphor for other things in your life. Just change the context.
Actually it’s very interesting. In this second video notice the difference between the characters. The attitude of the “big man” who is focused on “what is important” in that situation… and the mentality of the other guys who’re basically just complaining about this and that “the rich get richer”, “the leads are weak”.
Kinda hardcore talk, I agree. But sometimes that’s what it takes to wake up.
The attitude on inspirational sports movies is “I will do it no matter what“. And I believe that, in life, more than in sports, that’s the attitude you should have if you want to achieve your dreams.
Because quite frankly, what else would you do?
It doesn’t matter how many failures you had. Just like Edison had thousands of failures before he invented the light bulb.
If you have a dream, keep going and forget the rest.
But anyway, let’s get back to our inspirational sports movies. Because not all inspirational sports movies need to be about football or team effort. Take the Karate Kid for example. Just one man (kid :P) challenges his fears and takes control of his life through the help of his found mentor.
Mentors are important. Mentors help you see your problems from a different perspective, in a way that all problems look small compared to your grand dream.
But you don’t really need mentors one-on-one. You can still be mentored by reading a book, watching videos, or going to seminars.
The thing is, if you have a challenge, you need to get help from someone more experienced than you and you need to change your perspective.
Mentors could be even younger than you. Hey, just because you’re 50 doesn’t mean you’re good at everything. Doesn’t mean you have “life experience” if all your life you just wasted in front of the TV. Sorry!
But anyway, I’m going off target here. Back to inspirational sports movies. 🙂
In short… they’re great! And you don’t really need to be a football player to get something out of them.
So go ahead check out some of the inspirational sports movies I’ve posted here on this site and let me know if you know some good ones that I don’t know about by leaving a comment. I wanna see more too :>
And hey, leave me a comment down below even if you just wanna say something! Anything! 😀