What happens When You Believe In Yourself | Jump By Steve Harvey Motivational Speech
When You Believe In Yourself | Jump By Steve Harvey Motivational Speech
I’m gonna tell you something that every successful person has to do including you. Believe it or not, every successful person in this world has jumped. I’m going to tell you what I mean by that. Eventually you are going to have to jump. You cannot just exist in this life. You have got to try to live. If you’re waking up thinking that there’s got to be more to your life than it is, man believe that it is. Believe in your heart of hearts that it is. But to get to that life, you’re gonna have to jump. Now I’ll tell you why I call it jumping. when you see people in life when you’re standing on the cliff of life and you see people soaring by, and you see people soaring, going to exotic places.
You hear about them doing wonderful things. Maybe you look up the street and your neighbour just gets a car every year, every two years, you know, how is he doing that? Have you ever thought, maybe this person right here has identified their gift and is living in their gift?
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You just gotta quit looking at gifts as running, jumping, singing, and dancing. It’s more than that. It’s if you know how to network, if you can connect dots, if you draw, if you teach. Some of y’all fry chicken better than anybody else. Bake pie. Some of you cut hair, colour hair. Your gift, not your education. You’ll go get an education, that’s nice. But if you don’t use your gift, that education only gonna take you so far, man. I know a lot of people got degrees, man, that they aint’ even using. It’s your gift. But the only way for you to soar is you got to jump.
Jump By Steve Harvey
You got to take that gift that’s packed away on your back, you got to jump off that cliff, and pull that cord. That gift opens up and provides the soar. If you don’t ever use it, you’re gonna just go to work. And if you getting up going to work on a job every day that you hate going to, that ain’t living, man. You just existing. At one point in time, you ought to see what living’s like. But the only way to see what living’s like, you got to jump. And here’s the problem, I’m gonna just be real with you, when you first jump, let me tell you something, your parachute will not open right away.
When you jump, it’s not going to open right away. You gonna hit them rocks. You gonna get some skin tore off on them cliffs. You gonna get all your clothes tore off. You gonna get some cuts on you, you gonna be bleeding pretty bad. But eventually, eventually, the parachute has to open. That ain’t a theory, that’s a promise. Here’s another thing. You can play it safe and deal without the cuts and the tears and you can stand on that cliff of life forever safe, but if you don’t jump, I got another promise I can make you, your parachute will never open. You’ll never know.
If I were you, I would jump. Because that’s the only way to get to that abundant life. You’ve got to jump, man. You’ve got to take a chance. Now, when I get through talking, there are those of you who’ll discuss this in the car. “Well I got bills.” Whether you stay on the cliff or you jump, you’re gonna have bills. “Well, if I quit my job, I’m gonna ruin my credit.” If you got a job, you living check to check. Even if you got A-1 credit, you can’t buy nothing else, no damn way. At one point in time there, do yourself a favour. Before you leave this world, before you die, jump, just jump one time. Just jump. Thank you very much.