🌐 Public

How to Become a Hero

By Wout Laban

Introduction

The world is an awesome place. Everybody in this world can be a hero, but to become one you have to go on an adventure. This playlist will bring you inspiration and examples on why and how to take the first step.

Wout Laban — Growth & Community at Gibbon - Passionate about creating new opportunities in education. Always keeping ...

Added by Wout Laban: “A trailer of a great movie to get you started. (I suggest you watch the whole thing, but it's not available online.) We are all heroes, all on our own journey, all creating our own story. Throughout this playlist I'll try to touch the different aspects of that journey to become your own hero.

1 Finding Joe - Official Trailer

Added by Wout Laban: “A hero is a hero because of his stories. They're often about how he took a negative situation and turned it into a positive one. To become the hero of your own journey, you need to do the same. This blogpost shows great examples on how to do that. Which basically means make life awesome!

2 Make life awesome

Make life awesome"Life gives us problems to solve or opportunities to blame. It's your choice," echoed through the room. The deep bass voice of Dr. Rupert Nacoste was a weapon that could make Morgan Freeman jealous. For 4 months, Dr. Nacoste turned our lecture hall of 300 students into a theatre of social psychology, breaking the conventional professor - powerpoint

Added by Wout Laban: “A great life lesson from a very well known man. If you get this you are ready to start your adventure, ready to start building your dream.

3 Steve Jobs: Secrets of Life

Added by Wout Laban: “A great overview of your call to action. Finding your dream and knowing what skills you have in your comfort zone, but don't be afraid to step out of it. Go on an adventure soon enough you'll see things happen that you'd never imagined. This video gives you the full story!

4 Get The Hell Out Of Your Comfort Zone

Added by Wout Laban: “Do you know what your dream is? Are you sure? Write it down a 100 times, then tell a 100 people. After that ask yourself again, what is my dream? Don't be afraid to change your dream along the way. When you learn, your goals might change. That is ok!

5 Know your dream and hold on to it.

Added by Wout Laban: “When you're on your way to become a professional or good at something you'll hit a lot of bumps along the way. Some are annoying some are just terrifying. This article will take you through a lot of these small life lesson and how to handle them. Great stuff!

6 Why All Millennials Should Try To Take Their Ideas To The Next Level

Kylie McConville in Motivation Life in the real world is terrifying and confusing - you want to play by the rules, but also make your own; you want to toe-the-line between what's right and wrong, but also pave your own way; you want to contribute to the conversation, but you don't want to ruffle any feathers; you want take life

Added by Wout Laban: “You live alone in this world, yet without others you won't accomplish anything. When you have your dream and you took on the challenge of going on an adventure, think twice about the people around you. During this journey you might need to let go of life long friends and start to walk down an unknown path with a complete stranger. Because if your childhood friend does not believe in your dream.. you will never get there.. it's scary, but do it!

7 It's about you, choose your friends wisely!

Added by Wout Laban: “An article from Victoria Stoyanova who works at the awesome UP Global organisation. In this article she talks about the balance between her job and personal life. She explains the ups and downs a job brings you when you step out of your comfort zone and what happens when you surround yourself with passionate people. When writing your own story you see you become part of something much bigger. Enjoy.

8 It's not a job. It's a mission.

A lot of my friends have been reaching out lately asking questions like "So, Victoria, what exactly is your job"? or "What are you up to these days, you seem to be having a hell of a time"! This is why I decided to share a couple of thoughts on the importance of finding a job you love. Why? Because

Added by Wout Laban: “This is a nice follow-up on the previous article (although I'm slightly biast because I only worked for startups and never for a big company) Still I do believer there is a sense of truth in this. The 'rolar coaster' we go through every week at Gibbon teaches me so much more about what kind of work truly makes me happy. Go read the article and decide for yourself...

9 Don't Waste Your 20s at Google or McKinsey

What should you be looking to get out of your career in your 20s? Should you be looking to make a lot of money? Should you be looking to get a brand name on your resume? The most important thing you should be looking to do - is to find your true professional calling. As the famous rags-to-riches entrepreneur Jim

Added by Wout Laban: “So for me it was not a big company, I wanted to be part of something special, I wanted to make a difference in the place I worked. Yet, even though I knew this I never took the frist step... If you know what you want, but somehow you just keep on postponing your dream. Here is a good explanation why you are not taking that first step. Let me introduce you to: 'pro-cras-ti-na-tion'

10 Why Procrastinators Procrastinate

pro-cras-ti-na-tion |prəˌkrastəˈnāSHən, prō-| noun the action of delaying or postponing something: your first tip is to avoid procrastination. Who would have thought that after decades of struggle with procrastination, the dictionary, of all places, would hold the solution. Avoid procrastination. So elegant in its simplicity. While we're here, let's make sure obese people avoid overeating, depressed people avoid apathy, and

Added by Wout Laban: “A step further in procrastination and some tips on how to work with/around it. All explained very well by Mark Manson a writer that always seems to find the right words that explain these complex things.

11 Everything You Wanted To Know About Procrastination But Were Too Lazy to Figure Out

But I don't feel like writing it down right now. So let's watch this video of a guy doing overhead barbell splits: Aaanndd, I'm suddenly motivated now. OK, let's do this! It's ironic, but for two days now, I've been procrastinating writing a post on procrastination. I've done it all. I've distracted myself with other, less important work. I've taken

Added by Wout Laban: “Replace the word "Ph.D." with "your goal"! Hard work will get you there, and you see you can create change if you want to. Side note: I've read this post numerous times to find out its meant to be positive or negative... I can't figure it out.. I take it that is positive!

12 Change the world, even if it's just a little bit.

Every fall, I explain to a fresh batch of Ph.D. students what a Ph.D. is. It's hard to describe it in words. So, I use pictures. Read below for the illustrated guide to a Ph.D. Imagine a circle that contains all of human knowledge: By the time you finish elementary school, you know a little: By the time you finish

Added by Wout Laban: “There have been quite a few articles about finding your passions and doing the things you want to do. In the end that only works if you do one other thing... Work your ass off!! Chris here explains that quite well.

13 Comfort is the Enemy

All of my work seems to be pointing to the same direction lately. People are struggling. They're running out of time, running out of money, running out of motivation. If I'm to take everyone at their word, they've "tried everything" and "nothing works." And yet, what I see, more and more, is that "good enough" or "you tried" or "why

Added by Wout Laban: “Always continue learning, even when you're on a high level of a certain field you are still learning. If you truly want to become an 'expert' than your mindset should be to always learn more. Great little piece of inspiration!

14 How to Be a Better Teacher By Not Being the Expert

Added by Wout Laban: “A great article on personal growth and how we develop ourselves throughout life. It neatly explains 4 stages and you can see where you start to become a hero, when you start to care about the things around you and start giving back.

15 The Four Stages of Life

Stage One: MimicryWe are born helpless. We can't walk, can't talk, can't feed ourselves, can't even do our own damn taxes. As children, the way we're wired to learn is by watching and mimicking others. First we learn to do physical skills like walk and talk. Then we develop social skills by watching and mimicking our peers around us. Then,

chiichiiduhh

Freshman

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

Gabriela Grosseck

Freshman

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

Clone Scripts

ClonesCloud is developed powerful PHP Clone Script websites and softwares.

  • 31 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

Yahoo Tech support UK Contact Number

if you want yahoo tech support then you can take help from our third party ...

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

Ruthvik Thanda

Freshman

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

Mariya Lambrianov

Freshman

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

Val

Freshman

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

Mariana Biondi

interstellar traveler

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

Gamila Elmazien

Freshman

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

NAVIN KUMAR CHAHAR

I AM HUMAN ,SIMPLE AND STRAIGHT.

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

Omar AbdEl-Hady

Look alive under this IKEA lamp

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

Sibesh Kar

Freshman

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

Minh Phan

Freshman

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

Alexander Wandless

Freshman

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

Theodor Lorch

Product Manager | CHECK24

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

Natalia Sadovnik

Freshman

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

kookookavendish

Freshman

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

Mohammad Jareer Shikrani

Aspiring Actuary and Entrepreneur

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers

mhs

Freshman

  • 0 Playlists
  • 0 Followers
Load more

Delete your comment

Are you sure you want to delete your comment?