Huge Secret To Happiness With Personal Learning Revealed – Motivation Videos WebTV #26

Personal Learning In Motivation Videos

Everybody wants to be happy and wants to know all the secrets to happiness, especially during tough times of our still recovering recession.  Happiness is unfortunately something that still eludes a lot of people out there.  Well, this next Motivational WebTV episode will certainly reveal one such secret to happiness that many people out there already know (while at the same time, many others do not know).  This secret will also increase your own personal learning in many ways.

This one secret in this video (and other motivation videos from this series) will be of no surprise to many as I can almost sense them nodding in agreement while they watch this new episode.  For those who might be hearing about this for the very first time, it might take some convincing but the scientific data as well as perhaps millions of testimonials are out there all around the world.

So let’s see this motivation video without delay to learn about this secret to happiness and personal learning.

Does Increase Personal Learning

The secret to happiness and personal learning in this episode is what it is no matter how one regards it.  I for one totally believe in this as it has made such a huge difference in my life since 1979, that I am totally committed to this type of lifestyle.  Let’s face it, the care of animals will increase your own personal learning not only of them, but also of yourself in many ways.  I know this is true with my case.

I hope you found this episode entertaining whether you choose to adopt the concept or not.  Please feel free to share it and other motivation videos from this series with others so that they might get a crack at this secret to happiness.  You never know if it might end up changing their lives for the better as well.

It’s quite interesting about the global nature of this secret as many different cultures around the world also have discovered this same secret.  I witnessed it many times even during my recent trip to Havana, Cuba.

This by the way is episode #26 of my Motivational WebTV series and if you missed any of the previous shows, catch them at my motivational tv archive.  Feel free to comment about this episode as well at the bottom of this blog post.  There will be three separate motivation videos from my Cuba trip.

Also, if you are a group, company or organization that could use a motivational or diversity speaker for your event, I am now booking into the New Year so don’t hesitate to contact me.  See my Speaking Programs and Seminars section for details.

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  • heather

    You must wake up smiling every morning with a sight like that awaiting you!

  • I sure do! This is one thing that I missed when I was down in Cuba for nine days. At least this time around, I had my laptop with me so I watched videos of them.

  • Thanks for sharing this. I’ve been thinking of owning a dog/cat lately, and I’m very glad to see this video today. 😉

  • That’s great but just make sure you get the right education since pet ownership is also a big commitment. Good luck!

  • Thanks for sharing
    We love our dog Buddy

  • That’s fantastic. I feel the same way with all of my dogs, current and past.

  • Billy

    Thanks Clint for reminding me to BE happy. My Jack Russell saved my sanity, you might even say my life. I know I’m happier and I experience Love everyday now. As an aside – her name is Happy.

  • Pets can do magic!

  • Rob Belsby

    I can definitely relate. My wife (Diana) and I have 3 cats – all of them have different personalities, but all are very
    caring and loving in their own ways.

    They represent our children and I always tell people, when they ask do I have any kids? I say we have 3 (cats), but
    really the answer is 4 since I am a BIG kid too.

    I have some “pet” peeves, but they pale in comparison to the wonderful feelings and companionship they provide.

  • Same here with my two dogs. I have my hands full with them so definitely enough work for me but as you imply, certainly worth it! Thanks for sharing Rob.