Paulette Le Pore Motzko Is Invincible and is Titanium.. What Metaphor Are You? Share!


On the Believe Life channel on YouTube I listen to every day I take notes on what the speakers say highlighting keypoints I can apply in my life or quotes I can share. Recently one of the speakers mentioned every day writing 40 “I AM…..” affirmations where you fill in the blanks as to what word best describes you and tells what you are about, if you were to describe yourself to someone who didn’t know you.

I will alter what the speaker said to include up to a ten word description of yourself, after the words I AM…..

Try it.

As you read to the end of this sentence, write a few words that best describes you. Finish the sentence “I am”……

I I’ve been adding to this list all day until finally I got 40 different statements about who I am, what I value, and what I believe in.

Now it’s your turn too right 40 different descriptive short phrases that end the sentence I AM.

1. Invincible
2. Titanium
3. Unique
4. A Philanthropist
5. Creative
6. Compassionate
7. Loving
8. A Writer
9. A Photographer
10. Memorable
11. Positive
12. Resilient
13. Adaptable
14. Humorous
15. A Triple-Winner- (I Win, You Win, Society Wins Mentality)
16. Striving for a better life for myself and others.
17. Enthusiastic
18. Persistent
19. Positive
20. Patient
21. A Visionary
22. Loving
23. Artistic
24. Romantic
25. Appreciative
26. Christian
27. Catholic
28. Spiritual
29. Part Blackfoot Indian
30. Part Italian
31. Part French
32. Proud American
33. Disabled Rights Advocate
34. Music Lover
35. A Songwriter
36. An Avid Reader
37. Passionate
38. A Blogger
39. A Marketer
40. Hopeful

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
June 5th, 2016 at 7:48 a.m.

I didn’t get her name-( because I have my Galaxy Note 4 plugged into Bluetooth speaker and I’m usually listening to the believe Life channel on doing something else listening and I don’t necessarily see the captions into the speakers that are that are announced on it but it allows me to do things that otherwise would have been boring or I might put up and then I can listen to it while I’m doing before you know it the tour gets done or the thing gets done but I can be empowered while I’m doing it patterns mundane things throughout the day or travel time into something that’s empowering. But I will go back and try to find out who the person was that said this. She said to everyday write down 40 things that you.)

I ask you my extraordinary followers to also describe in one word What You Are.

You can add as many one word positive descriptions as you like but have them be positive. Give some thought on this and pick words that you think about who you are and what your about.

Photography by My friend Maritza’s friend who is from another country & I don’t know how to spell her name. Will find out.
Photo editing by Paulette Motzko
PLM Studios

Watch “Les Brown: Keys To Self Motivation (Inspirational!)” on YouTube

“The next time you have a 33 minute commute or have a long bus ride like I do quite often, or have something that you’re doing that you want to really hear something empowering and extraordinary, listen to Les Brown’s words.

He has a wonderful way of taking the experiences that he’s gone through in life transforming them into fresh metaphors and comparisons that empower the world. I guarantee you’ll walk away feeling better and learning after investing the 33 minutes here. I hope that you enjoy all of the videos that I put up today on Totally Inspired Mind. along with all of the  pictures and stories that I write.

Thank you so much for tuning in.
And a warm welcome to all of the    many new followers this week! Totally Inspired Mind is approaching 3000 followers now.

Paulette Motzko
May 13th, 2016 9:47 a.m.

“Warren Buffett’s Top 10 Rules For Success” & Paulette Motzko’s Advice

Warren Buffett’s  advice for living is fantastic. He has many short and sweet pointers they can become guiding principles  if you allow them to be.

I was listening to this YouTube video when I was in the kitchen doing things one of the key points I picked up was “what people look for” is people who are energetic and smart and the other component in finding people to work with and also as friends is integrity. Also passion and enthusiasm they’re really high on the list too.

That’s my personal guiding principle in life, kind of like the DNA of my system.

If the people I associate with don’t have integrity I don’t associate with them- it’s that simple.
I’m very selective on who I hang with because I don’t want to be like those with undesirable qualities, or pick up any of their bad habits.

My mom taught me early on that “who you associate with is who you become”, well to a large extent that’s true.

I would encourage you to be around people who believe in your dreams and who help you achieve your dreams that’s my advice.

“Jim Carrey’s Top 10 Rules For Success” & P. Motzko’s Commentary-From Vision to Living The Dream

” Jim Carrey is a Visionary and uses very empowering visualisations to have propelled himself from being homeless – but with very detailed dreams and goals of what he wanted his life to be- to living his dreams and a success story.

He now speaks in front of large groups of people at universities giving them advice on how to live, and telling them what he’s learned.
After you finish speaking he makes people feel like they can do anything- and with the right mindset you can.

You know you’re a leader and you know you’re doing something right when you can show others new ways of thinking and show them that they possessed inside what they sought all along.

I know as a piano teacher, I know a student will do well just because they have music inside their soul; it’s like its hard-wired in their system. I already know the students going to be successful before I even start teaching them.

Watch “Productivity Tips – 5 Ways to be more PRODUCTIVE – #BelieveLife” on YouTube

Tim Ferris’ advice was absolutely hands down the most useful of the whole bunch to me.

It’s not a contest in life. You’re not competing with anybody but yourself. As we get older we know ourselves and what makes us work the best, and I know with me, going to be a senior on my next birthday in August, I have learned a lot of things about what makes me work at my optimum. I also avoid what I know doesn’t work in my life.

What I do is not going to work for everybody. I know what works for you is not going to work for somebody else, but that’s okay.

That’s what makes us all different in life.

I watched a YouTube video from TheAndroidGuy recently and learned a whole bunch of things about my Galaxy Note 4 Phablet- that I’m talking on right now- using vocal recognition software and it’s typing this document for me. I learned that the Galaxy Note 4 has a whole bunch of things that it does that I didn’t even know and I’ve had that thing for about a year. I got rid of my computer because I don’t even need it really anymore and I got tired of lugging it around when I could do what I did with MS Office installed on my phablet!

I used to type eighty words a minute to create documents, and now I do editing mostly, after the Galaxy Note 4 types it for me as I speak.

I still create and I do the same things I did before, but it’s just done faster and better and easier thanks to new technology.

I don’t have to carry around a monolith of computers and a big bag like I used to before too.

It’s extraordinary what technology has done. But what we want to make sure that we don’t become cyborgs, miniature robots that can communicate with anybody else because we’ve forgotten how.

I liked it when Mr. Ferris in Evan Carmichael’s video on productivity was saying to just unplug your blackberry and plug yourself to the world so you can live.

I mean I’m old enough to know when there wasn’t there were no cell phones. What the hell did we do then? You know we did?

We simply lived in the moment and weren’t looking for the next status message, and we’re more worried about what we were leaving this world and what we personally were doing than what everyone else was doing.

We called on pay phones if you needed to make a phone call.
I did it when I went to college.

If you’re so busy all the time repurposing other people’s material and just sharing tweets on Twitter you’re not creating anything new. You want to create new things in this world.

What we optimally want to do is contribute something of value to mankind. In order to do that you need to sit and block out everything else and just do a simple thing called think. Use your mind. That thing called thinking is not used enough as it should be in this world today.

Without people there’s nothing.

There’s are no computers, there’s no internet, it doesn’t matter if you have a Blackberry, Blueberry or Strawberry for without the existence of people there’s no one to talk to.

People should always come first and I try to give people respect, look at them in the eye and treat them as I would want to be treated if I were asking the same question or saying the same thing.

Sometimes that requires patience to do, but it’s worth it.

If you go around with a headset on your head talking to yourself, how can you ever hear the people?

How can ever hear birds chirp?

How can you ever really experience life if you’re always wired to something?

That’s redundant question because the answer to all those questions is -you can’t really live and your blood pressure is much higher.

Evan Carmichael did a fantastic job again. I hope to communicate with him one-on-one someday.

Paulette L Motzko
April 29th, 2016 2:38 p.m.