11 Apr Motivators Every Go Getter Should Follow
While some in the business community may view social media as a distraction and a waste of time, there are plenty of professionals that spread informative messages and motivational quotes through media outlets such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Here are some motivational speakers and celebrities that put out positive images on social media and strive to educate the public on pressing issues.
Gary Loper (@GaryLoper)
Loper is a Mindset coach and a successful motivational speaker with over 116 thousand followers on Twitter. He offers a free e-book on Twitter that assists people in maintaining successful relationships in both the business world and in their professional lives. He uploads plenty of video content including exclusive interviews and talk shows ranging from dating advice to motivational speeches.
Oprah Winfrey (@Oprah)
This is simply a no-brainer for anyone that strives to make it in the professional world. Oprah is a self-made billionaire who has garnered her fortune by motivating others to reach their goals and teaching them the art of ambition and perseverance. Oprah offers insights on many social issues and while she does spend time promoting her original content, she does try to upload memorable quotes from influential people in her life. A recent Tweet by her reads: “There’s no formula, you just have to be available and receive”.. @LionelRichie beautifully said. #masterclass
Tony Robbins (@TonyRobbins)
Robbins made his fortune by becoming an American life coach and a well-known motivational speaker. He has written a numerous amount of best-selling books and speeches, but his Twitter account contains free content that he shares with his followers. Robbins posts a series of informative and motivational articles on top of keeping his people entertained with the latest news in the media and science. Robbins loves to reference influential people in the American timeline when putting quotes up, as he recently tweeted: “Life is never easy. There is work to be done and obligations to be met — obligations to truth, to justice, and to liberty.” John F. Kennedy.
Deepak Chopra (@DeepakChopra)
Chopra has made a living by disclosing his many therapeutic and meditation techniques for the mind and body. He is regarded as a self-help guru who has written over 50 books that help people fin spiritual entitlement in life. On top of that, he has dabbled in motivational speaking and always posts inspirational quotes and pieces on his social media pages. Here is one of his recent quotes pertaining to the body and the soul: “Brain, body & universe are symbolic representations of consciousness #CosmicConsciousness.”
Ellen Degeneres (@TheEllenShow)
While Ellen may not be able to boast about her scholarly work as much as the rest of the people on this list, she does a fine job of blending social statements and comedy on her social media page. Ellen has proven to be able to entertain people while teaching them about courage and not conforming to public opinion. She is known for her sense of humor and this recent tweet definitely proves her comedic prowess: “Why can’t you trust atoms? They make up everything.” On the flip side, she does comment on social issues and pose open-ended statements that can really evoke deep thought such as this: “Nelson Mandela was born into a world of unbelievable injustice, and he changed it. Imagine if all the world’s people aspired to that.”
In this age of technology and social media, we should be utilizing our electronic tools to help us get through our workweeks. A daily dose of inspiration can do wonders!