Posted by: seizevictory | February 9, 2010

Roger Bannister – First Sub 4 minute mile in 1954!

This historic event took place on 6 May, 1954 during a meet between British AAA and Oxford University at Iffley Road Track in Oxford. It was watched by about 3,000 spectators. With winds up to 25 miles per hour (40 km/h) prior to the event, Bannister had said twice that he favored not running, to conserve his energy and efforts to break the 4-minute barrier; he would try again at another meet.

However, the winds dropped just before the race was scheduled to begin, and Bannister did run. Two other runners, Brasher and Chataway, provided pacing while completing the race. Both went on to establish their own track careers. The race[1] was broadcast live by BBC Radio and commented on by Harold Abrahams, of Chariots of Fire fame.

Roger Bannister Now

Roger Bannister Then

Roger Bannister set a goal of running a mile under four minutes.  He believed he could do it….even though no one had ever accomplished it before.  Because he convinced himself, and was faithful in his training, he achieved his goal.  After he did it, many others followed because it was all of the sudden realized to be possible!

Learn more about Roger’s story here –

This guy has always amazed me……

I grew up watching him defy the odds.

I’ll tell ya folks, we better either
get busy living or get busy dieing….because
there is no in between.

And yes, there is a choice….everyday.

I have decided to be a victor. And I am
mighty thankful to be associated with you.

People would not hire him as a head coach
because they said that he is not an X’s and O’s guy.

Give him a couple of years, and I GUARANTEE you —

Without A Doubt – He will have them in the Super Bowl.

End of Story.

For him, there is no other alternative.

That inspires me.

Mike Singletary addresses the San Francisco 49ers Football Team after a victory over the Washington Redskins Football Team. This is an extremely focused and driven individual. He was not supposed to be big enough to play Professional Football but he is now a Hall of Famer and one of the greatest middle linebackers ever to play for my Chicago Bears. Thank you Mike Singletary for setting the pace for the rest of us and thank you for giving the glory to God!

Posted by: seizevictory | January 7, 2010

Randy Pausch – Choose to Live Happy

In this powerful video, Randy Pausch says, “You don’t control the hand you are dealt, but you do control how you play the hand.” Another good quote is “Experience is what you get when you don’t get what you want.”

There are many more powerful nuggets in this video…..

Randy Pausch of “The Last Lecture” –

Posted by: seizevictory | December 29, 2009

Finish What You Started by Todd Falcone

Great video here by Todd Falcone on the subject of sticking it out and finishing what you started.

Very good, practical motivation for your network marketing / mlm home based business opportunity.

I love it!

Thanks Todd Falcone!


Posted by: seizevictory | December 24, 2009

Ronald Reagan Christmas Address

A Christmas address here by a historic American leader – President Ronald Reagan

Posted by: seizevictory | December 18, 2009

Jesus is the Reason for the Season

This is a powerful video that depicts the true meaning of Christmas. Christmas blessings to you and may we seek to bless Christ as He has already bountifully blessed us!

Posted by: seizevictory | November 16, 2009

Video by Andy Andrews – The Certain Decision

Great video by Andy Andrews on the subject of “The Certain Decision”.

Posted by: seizevictory | October 28, 2009

Jeffery Gitomer – The Rule of “The More the More”

I liked this and had never heard anyone else talk about this. Good stuff!

The rule of  “The More the More”

Video featuring Jeffery Gitomer

Posted by: seizevictory | October 25, 2009

Todd Falcone – The Secret to Success in MLM

Great video here from Todd Falcone about the “Secret” to success in MLM.

Posted by: seizevictory | October 19, 2009

Zig Ziglar – Setting Goals

Zig Ziglar speaks on the power of setting goals.

“Goals do not care who has them . . . ”

This is to say, they do not discriminate, but rather they
drive actual behavioral production.

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