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The 5 Most Motivational Videos On YouTube

Updated on April 8, 2015

Whether its for a school project or an assignment for work, motivation can be hard to find. Often times, the hardest part is not the work itself but finding the effort to start the work.Procrastination has plagued many individuals and delayed their dreams. This article will provide videos that will give you the extra push to overcome your procrastination and take that step towards your dreams.

Inch By Inch

The speech given by Tony D'Amato (played by Al Pacino) received notoriety for its powerful messages. Just listening to Tony D'Amato rile his players up before the game gets many people pumped up. This is personally one of my favorite locker room scenes in any movie.

Pain Is Temporary

"Listen to me, pain is temporary. It may last for a minute or an hour or a day or even a year. But eventually, it will subside... If I quit however it will last forever." This is a quote form the above video and is definitely one of my favorites. Work hard for your dreams and you will be rewarded. If you give up you will constantly thinking - what if.

Confidence - Mike Tyson

If you looked at Mike Tyson in his prime the last word that would cross your mind would be that he looked nervous. He was a savage. He walked to the ring at 5 foot 11 and 220 pounds of pure muscle. He would radiate confidence and swagger. However, in the video above, Mike talks about how he would be soul crushing nervous and anxious. He would overcome this and became the legend that he is known as today.

Rocky Balboa

The following speech by Rocky Balboa (played by Sylvester Stallone) was produced in the sixth installment of the Rocky franchise. In essence, Rocky tells his son to get up. When he is pushed down get up. When he falls down get up. Because "It aint about how hard you hit, but how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward."


The video above details the importance of belief in yourself and confidence. No further description is needed as the video author portrays the previous statement very eloquently.

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