Amazing Raymond Crowe Hand Shadows

February 6, 2009 by  
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When I saw this clip it made me think this is the kind of talent we need to see on show’s like ‘America’s Got Talent”. How entertaining can hand shadows be? Watch and find out. I especially like the baby hand portion. Enjoy this weeks Inspirational Clip Of The Week.

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Clip of the Week: 40 Inspirational Speeches in 2 Minutes

January 23, 2009 by  
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I few weeks back my brother sent me this Youtube Vid. I must say I watched in numerous times. It really lit a fire under me to keep on trying my ventures. So it’s today’s Clip of the Week.

40 Inspirational Speeches in 2 Minutes

Clip of the Week: Where the Hell is Matt?

February 21, 2008 by  
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Imagine quitting your job to travel the world. Matt Harding had this dance he’d do when he would pick up his friend for lunch. One day his friend said he should videotape himself dancing in front of popular places. This idea stuck with Matt who later quit his job to travel the world, he videotaped himself in front of many places.

He uploaded the clip to his website, long before there was a YouTube. It was viewed by millions of people. STRIDEgum saw his clip and contacted Matt with an interesting proposition. They asked him how would he like to travel the world for six months and dance his heart away for Stridegum? Of course he jumped at the chance. And that brings us to the clip of the Week.

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Clip of the Week: The Numa Numa Dance

February 15, 2008 by  
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I love stories when something unexpected suddenly becomes a huge hit. My next two clips of the week are that way.

2003 – Eastern European band O-Zone releases a song titled “Dragostea din Tei”

2004 – 19 year old Gary Brolsma of New Jersey hears the song and recrods himself lip-synching to the lyrics with his webcam

December 6, 2004 Gary uploads the video to internet video site newgrounds.com He calls it the ‘Numa Numa Dance’

within weeks the video is seen by millions of people.

2005 Video sharing website YouTube launches.

The ‘Numa Numa Dance’ inspires thousands of copycat videos and is eventually downloaded over 700 million times itself.

The Numa Numa song as it is now called, hits #1 in 32 countries and sells more than 12 million copies worldwide

March 23, 2007 VH1 names Gary Brolsma the #1 Internet Superstar

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Clip of the Week: Starbucks Customer Pays it Forward

December 14, 2007 by  
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Greensburg, Pennslyvania Starbucks. A woman pulls up to Starbucks drive thru and pays for her drink. Then she decides to buy a drink for the car behind her. He decides to do the same. A chain reaction occurred. It lasted two hours and consisted of more than a hundred cars.

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And that’s my inspirational clip of the week. Have a great weekend guys.

The Rocky Story Told By Tony Robbins

December 7, 2007 by  
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Sly Stallone makes up todays clip of the week. An amazing story of how he made Rocky a huge success.

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Personally I would have went for the first offer. I think anyone would be crazy not to. But, I hope you enjoyed it anyhow, have a great weekend people?

Clip of the Week: Say It’s Possible

November 30, 2007 by  
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Ever wonder what it would be like if you posted your own song on YouTube.com and turn around and become a huge hit? Terranaomi, does… YouTube’s Music Video of the Year 2006. Viewed 2.7 million times, hundreds of video responses of other artists mimicking her song.

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She got a professional music video deal soon afterwards. In true form, Terranaomi, didn’t forget her fans, she asked them to send her video messages of themselves with a short message written on a piece of paper. Things like ‘Save the Seas’, ‘Be myself’. See for yourself.

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That’s it for my clip of the week. Have a great weekend everyone!

Clip of the Week: FreeRice.com Feed the Hungry

November 21, 2007 by  
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Every once in a while someone comes up with a innovative idea. Here is our inspirational clip of the week promoting a way to feed the hungry while getting smarter. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

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To help donate and maybe add a few words to your vocabulary go to freerice.com

Clip of the Week: Kiwi!

November 16, 2007 by  
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Ok, For whatever reason this clip really inspires me. It is also one of the winning videos from last Years YouTube.com Videos of the year. The clip is of a Kiwi, a bird who cannot fly, who comes up with a way through massive effort to create the illusion of flight. And I think it has a really powerful message.

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Because some people were not happy with the ending I’ve included an alternate ending here to keep your respective weekends happy!

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Have a great weekend guys!

Brought to you by:


Anthony Robbins

Clip of the Week: I Can See Clearly Now

November 9, 2007 by  
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Hey everyone, we made it to another Friday. Here is the inspirational Clip of the day. The video ‘I Can See Clearly Now” with scenes from the movie “Cool Runnings”. For those of you who do not know, The movie is based on the true story of the First Jamaican bobsled team trying to qualify and compete in the 1988 Winter Olympics. Enjoy and have a great weekend!

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