Hey good people, Ralph here! I just wanted to bring you up to speed of what’s been happening with me, things I’ve been contemplating and working on. In this post, I shared a link to a recent boxing video I uploaded on my YouTube Channel, in which I go into depth about some of the boxing drills that I do in my workouts. Just as importantly, I discuss a little bit about the power of humility and how crucial it is to one’s success.Continue reading “Boxing Training Motivation: Why Humility Matters In Success?”
What’s up good people?! Give yourself a few minutes from Christmas shopping and check out this video, in which I’m very grateful to share with you here on my blog. My video, “Harlemwood Studios Profile: Ralph Gilmore on Boxing and Life,” which was brilliantly filmed and produced by Kasaun Henry, founder of the film production company, Harlemwood Studios.Continue reading “Boxing Fitness Motivation Video | Harlemwood Studios Profile: Ralph Gilmore on Boxing and Life”
If you don’t believe in yourself, how do you expect anyone else to believe in you? Let me repeat that. If you don’t BELIEVE IN YOURSELF, how do you expect anyone else to BELIEVE IN YOU?Continue reading “Mind Over Matter: The One True Key To Pursuing Your Passion and Purpose”
Peace to 2016! I’m more than ready to move on to bigger and brighter days ahead, along with a fresh perspective… it’s all on God’s timing. I just wanted to share some thoughts in which I hope that some of you will find encouraging and inspiring. Here’s hoping 2017 Continue reading “(Video) Happy New Year 2017 From NYC – Inspirational Message”
After watching last weekend’s much-anticipated boxing match between Sergei Kovalev and Andre Ward held in Las Vegas at the T-Mobile Arena, in which Ward earned a victory in a hard-fought, courageous effort, my immediate response was, “now that’s how you respond!” This fight resonated with me as a perfect example of how you persevere under difficult situations. It is your reaction to adversity that often determines one’s own success. (Photo Credit: Anthony Geathers)Continue reading “Andre Ward: The Perseverance, Resiliency and Cerebral Ringmanship of Boxing’s Silent Warrior”
Happy First Day of Fall good people! The chaotic times of summer and rapid growth is usually a reflection of lots of changes – maybe a new marriage, a new job, a new place of residence or the start of a new business venture. Whatever the case may be, I hope that all of my family, friends and people within my network, have experienced much-needed gains and far less loss as we start the new season.Fall is a time for harvesting… perhaps, signifying a greater required focus and direction in your life. It might be time for you to start a new exercise regimen, pick up that new book you’ve been procrastinating on reading or ignite that business idea you’ve been yearning to share with the rest of the world.Continue reading “Autumn Inspiration: Let the Fall Season Be A Time To Renew Your Health and Attitude For Success”
Perhaps this photo is a tad morbid due to it’s visual nature, which is paired with my intention to assert the notion that our greatest ideas goes to our graves with us. In past years, I’ve been guilty of being an “idea hoarder;” what I mean by that is from time to time, I’ve conjured up numerous creative ideas–in which I failed to act upon due to a combination of procrastination, work schedules, relationships, fear of criticism and quite often for some of us, life tends to knocks us off our feet–at least momentarily. One day I just decided that I wasn’t going to keep my ideas on the shelf anymore and that I would do everything in power to share my creativity with the world.
The following is one of my favorite quotes made by motivational speaker and author, Les Brown. I constantly keep this quote in the back of mind to help keep me motivated, especially when my goals are not reached as quickly as expected:Continue reading “Untapped Creativity: Don’t Take Your Best Ideas To The Grave With You!”