I really like Tony Robbins and especially his show on NBC "Breakthrough."
Tony Robbins is incredibly motivational, inspirational, and has a vision for a better future for individuals and society.
I liked this piece he did on relationships (but which can be applied more broadly) with the basic message of three lessons that everyone involved in enterprise architecture can certainly appreciate:
- "See things as they are, but not worse than they are" -- People make things worse than they are, so they don't have to try ("it takes no guts to be a pessimist").
- "See it better than it is; see a compelling future" -- "Today can be tough, but if the future is compelling, we can get there."
- "Make it the way we see it" - This last one, in my opinion, is why we're here in life: to improve things, to add value, to leave things better than when you found them.
We all can have a positive impact in this world, in our work, in our relationships.
All we need to do is find our true selves, do something we truly believe in, and commit to it--no excuses, lots of hard work and of course have fun with it!