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How Bad Do You Want It? (Success) HD

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Published on Aug 29, 2011

"When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you'll be successful"

Speech by Eric Thomas (AKA ET The Hip Hop Preacher).
Inspirational video featuring Giavanni Ruffin (player for the Seattle Seahawks).


Original: http://vimeo.com/27933991
Greyskale Multimedia: http://www.facebook.com/GreyskaleGSK http://www.GreyskaleMultimedia.com


More from ET The Hip Hop Preacher:
Eric Thomas on Instagram: ETTHEHIPHOPPREACHER
Eric Thomas on Twitter: @EricThomasBTC
Eric Thomas on Periscope: Eric ThomasBTC (Free broadcast/sessions each and every Tuesday evening)
Eric Thomas on Facebook: Eric Thomas
Eric Thomas Online: http://www.ETInspires.com
Eric Thomas Online: http://www.BreatheUniversity.com

More from Giavanni Ruffin: http://www.GiavanniRuffin.com/


Both background songs are by Explosions in the Sky. The first song is called Home (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwk5F-...).
The second song is called Your Hand in Mine (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzIK5F...)


I do not own this video, nor am I in any way affiliated with Greyskale Multimedia. All credit goes to them. I originally saw this video in Vimeo, I just wanted to share it with YouTube and have GSK's full permission to do so.

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John Rakowski
I'm ten days sober and clean. I want it bad! This time it's for real.
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om prakash ghuniyal
I showed this to my dog , now he is a Wolf
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lovelychi
trying to get through medical school, and this just motivates me so much! God bless you
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Edsel Calleja
very inspirational but people please don't. forget to eat and sleep they are essential for a healthy life...haha
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Lina McMore
I think that beating procrastination is your first and main step towards becoming successful. Talking about procrastination, I've been struggling with mine for the last 10 years and read countless books and self help methods. Here is what I'm having best results with. First of all, procrastination bulldozer method has worked wonders for me. I highly recommend you apply it. Secondly, whenever you have a task that takes less than 5 minutes to do, do it right away. No delays. I'm really starting to take control of my life now. :D
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NotabLe
this dude signed with the Seahawks damn he never stopped his grind atta boi
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Sneakerama17
dam i used to watch this all the time when i played hs ball :( memories
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Alex Bustos
I fucking needed to watch it before my driving exam tomorrow
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Deniz K
I agree with everything in this video except the bit about sleep. Many people don't realize that sleep is actually crucial to your health and should not be given up in pursuit of any other priorities. No matter how successful you want to be, it is important to put your health first- after all, what's the point of success if you aren't alive to taste it?
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Orangelo
Guys, please get your sleep. If you want to be successful at anything you need to get adequate sleep. Sure you'll get a few more hours in your day by not sleeping much, but they won't be productive hours.
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