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This podcast is extracted from the radio feature Motivation Minute on Music Radio 97 in Trinidad and Tobago. Written, produced and presented by Garfield King, the programme aired every weekday for 28 years - 1992 to 2020. The content served to remind of what most of us intrinsically know or feel.
Airing early in the mornings, the brief radio messages aimed to encourage the attitude … “It may not be easy, but it’s not hopeless.” ... This podcast aims to build on that ethos.
Theme music - Mike Alleyne

You Know This‪!‬ Garfield King - Inkings

    • Arts

This podcast is extracted from the radio feature Motivation Minute on Music Radio 97 in Trinidad and Tobago. Written, produced and presented by Garfield King, the programme aired every weekday for 28 years - 1992 to 2020. The content served to remind of what most of us intrinsically know or feel.
Airing early in the mornings, the brief radio messages aimed to encourage the attitude … “It may not be easy, but it’s not hopeless.” ... This podcast aims to build on that ethos.
Theme music - Mike Alleyne

    For your voice to be heard you need to speak up.

    For your voice to be heard you need to speak up.

    If we don’t take the actions necessary for improvements, how can things get better?

    • 1 min
    After the dream comes the action

    After the dream comes the action

    In order to live your dream, you must wake up and take the necessary action.

    • 1 min
    Creativity often springs from the uncommon.

    Creativity often springs from the uncommon.

    Creativity often comes when we take the uncommon path, break from routine and take the uncomfortable risk.

    • 1 min
    Being a little different can be really cool.

    Being a little different can be really cool.

    • 1 min
    Acceptance does not mean surrender

    Acceptance does not mean surrender

    Acceptance of the facts as they are right now, provides a solid foundation on which to build your strategy for moving ahead.

    • 1 min
    Waiting for someone to slip up can hijack your peace

    Waiting for someone to slip up can hijack your peace

    Sometimes our preconceived notion of what someone is capable of, prevents us from recognising the valuable continuation they have made.

    • 1 min

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