Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Tip#760: Passion & Perseverance, Part 7 - Today’s Special

Two things I feel overflowing passion for are films and food! Both always fill me with positive emotional energy and instantly boost my confidence and enthusiasm whenever I’m engaged in these activities I love. That’s why I was thrilled to speak to students at Humber College’s Cook Pre-Apprenticeship Program recently! It took place at the same location as the Canadian Centre of Culinary Arts & Science.

This program is a partnership with Community MicroSkills Development Centre who assist and encourage youths to follow their dreams and career goals. It was exciting to be speaking to these future chefs and culinary artists pursuing their passion for cooking and food! My motivational talk for them was on Increasing Resilience Now to share the tools, methods and movies that helped me maintain my passion and perseverance through difficult times.

Motivatorman's 3 key factors for resilience are:
1) Re-energize Yourself
2) Activate Your Indestructible Optimism
3) Grow Your Social Support/Team Spirit

“Emmanuel, our youth need to hear from persons’ such as yourself on how resilience can build the character and self-esteem needed to strive and survive in these times. Your workshop was a great example.” 
Yvonne Reid, Employment Specialist
Community Microskills Development Centre

During my presentation I shared my Top 10 Movies on Cooking and it included a hidden gem that demonstrates the difference between having a passion and no passion for cooking. And there is a big difference!

Today’s Special (2009)

The comedy film, Today’s Special, is about Samir (Aasif Mandvi) a sous chef at an upscale New York restaurant who is told by his boss that his cooking lacks passion and so he quits. Then Samir’s plan to work in Paris are derailed when his father becomes ill and he must take over his family’s Indian restaurant, Tandoori Palace. It is there that he discovers his passion for cooking while we are treated to visually exciting displays of delicious Indian cuisine! This hilarious movie is filled with funny characters, delicious food and heartwarming moments about family. See: movie trailer

Through Samir’s unexpected change in his life he meets Akbar (Naseeruddin Shah) a taxi driver and enthusiastic gourmet chef. Akbar is full of passion for his cooking and for life and becomes a role-model for Samir to find his own passion and put it into his cooking. This is a fantastic film example to witness what passion looks like through Akbar and the positive results that can happen in life, career and in business when passion is allowed to flow freely!

Related Tips:
Tip#534: Passion & Perseverance, Part 1 – 100th Year Anniversary - Titanic 
Tip#543: Passion & Perseverance, Part 2 – The Natural, Director's Cut 
Tip#652: Passion & Perseverance, Part 3 - The Company You Keep 
Tip#691: Passion & Perseverance, Part 4 - Rocky
Tip#731: Passion & Perseverance, Part 5 – The Right Kind of Wrong
Tip#752: Passion & Perseverance, Part 6 - Dolphin Tale
Tip#760: Passion & Perseverance, Part 7 - Today’s Special
Tip#864: Passion & Perseverance, Part 8 - Danny Collins
Tip#885: Passion & Perseverance, Part 9 - Outbreak
Tip#953: Passion & Perseverance, Part 10 - Eddie the Eagle

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Sunday, May 25, 2014

Tip#759: Expand Your Mind with Time Travel Movies, Pt 2 - X-Men: Days of Future Past

Seeing the X-Men: Days of Future Past movie was one of the most exciting and deeply felt cinematic experiences I have ever had. Reflecting its time travel themes this film thrilled my inner geek from the past for bringing to life a comic book story that inspired my imagination and art in my teens. Secondly it showed an emotional scene of a future character speaking to his younger self going through a painful and difficult time. He was empowering his younger self by encouraging him to be strong and that he’ll get through his current adversity.

I was moved by this scene because this profound interaction touched on identical spiritual, metaphysical exercises I’ve been practicing for years to build my indestructible optimism during the depression and financial challenges I’ve experienced. This involves forms of meditation and creative visualizations to connect with my future self that has already accomplished all my dreams and goals I struggled with.

Matthew McConaughey’s Future Self

Connecting with your successful future self was also one of the three keys to success that actor Matthew McConaughey shared during his acceptance speech for his 2014 Best Actor Oscar. He explained that his need to chase a hero comes in the form of himself 10 years into the future. It may sound odd at first but McConaughey is saying his hero is his successful future self.

Matthew Mcconaughey Oscar Speech: See video clip
Leadership Lessons From Matthew McConaughey's Oscars Speech:
Read article in Inc. Magazine

Future Pacing

Future Pacing is a personal growth technique connected to NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) and creative visualization. It is a practice that I teach in my motivational talks and one of the most empowering and fun, interactive exercises for focusing your dreams and goals while also increasing your self-confidence, enthusiasm and optimism. The concept is about connecting with your future self that has already achieved the dreams and goals you desire. 22-time Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps, author J.K. Rowlings and actor Jim Carrey all have utilized creative visualization for achieving their successes.

Jim Carrey’s $10 Million Cheque Story on Oprah Show: See video clip

X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)

The superhero action film, X-Men: Days of Future Past is an epic chapter in the X-Men movie series involving time travel and a fight for survival in two time periods for the future X-men team in 2020 and their younger selves in 1973. This exciting and highly entertaining film includes fantastic performances from a massive cast that includes the future versions of Professor X (Patrick Stewart), Magneto (Ian McKellan) and their younger versions placed by James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender. Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) plays himself in both time periods. See: movie trailer

As a childhood comic book fan the film was rich in references to old and new characters that made the movie so enjoyable. For others it is still an epic action film filled with astounding visual effects and ingenious, humorous scenes e.g. Quicksilver. There are continuity issues with other X-Men films but it didn't take away from my enjoyment of this movie.

And, as with all the X-Men films, it is a social commentary on racism and genocide. Most of all, I love that this movie features a superb visual example of a personal development concept of being empowered by one’s future self through the character of Professor Charles Xavier.

So this film is not only a highly entertaining film it can also be experienced as another self-growth movie to inspire your own success in your business, workplace, career and life. It can introduce you to the visualizing techniques already used by well-known individuals that can be your success role-models!

Related Tips:
Tip#179: Important Messages From The Kid - Disney's The Kid
Tip#332: Your Thoughts Have So Much Power – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Tip#445: Everything is Going To Be Okay - Source Code 
Tip#499: Choose A Future - Mr. Nobody
Tip#506: Time Travel & Alternate Reality Movies – 4 Hidden Gems
Tip#549: Yes, You Can Alter Your Reality - Men in Black 3
Tip#587: If You Could Talk To Your Younger Self What Would You Say? – Looper
Tip#590: Expand Your Mind with Time Travel Movies, Pt.1 - The Time Traveler’s Wife
Tip#759: Expand Your Mind with Time Travel Movies, Pt 2 - X-Men: Days of Future Past
Tip#867: Expand Your Mind with Time Travel Movies, Pt 3 - Terminator Genisys 
Tip#682: What if You Could Go Back in Time? - Back to the Future Trilogy
Tip#551: Activate Your Imagination Through Movies, Part 1 – Prometheus
Tip#777: Activate Your Imagination Through Movies, Part 2 - Lucy
Tip#748: Expand Your Mind with Science Fiction, Part 1 - After the Dark 
Tip#772: Expand Your Mind with Science Fiction, Part 2 – The Congress - Under the Skin
Tip#778: Expand Your Mind with Science Fiction, Part 3 – I Origins
Tip#789: Expand Your Mind with Science Fiction, Part 4 – Coherence
Tip#790: Expand Your Mind with Science Fiction, Part 5 - Frequencies
Tip#803: Expand Your Mind with Science Fiction, Part 6 – Interstellar

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Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Tip#758: Movies that Changed My Life - Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

When the original Star Wars was first released in 1977 it instantly changed my life and triggered my imagination on a massive level. It would inspire my drawings and artworks leading to my successful illustration business of over 20 years. So I was thrilled to recently meet Roger Christian who won an Oscar for Best Art Direction on the original Star Wars!

Christian screened a remastered version of his short film Black Angel that was thought lost for 34 years. It was shown before the theatrical release of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back in certain locales. Toronto film critic Richard Crouse moderated the Q & A after the screening where I learned that Christian was responsible for creating the Jedi lightsabre and prototype for R2D2.

Black Angel is now available on: iTunes for $2.99

I could feel my excitable childhood nerd coming out as he shared inspiring stories about working with George Lucas on what was then a groundbreaking science fiction movie. This was a time before CGI was used and physical sets and props were the norm. Christian was also Art Director on the first Alien movie, another highly influential film for the science fiction genre.

Star Wars (1977)

The epic science fiction space opera film, Star Wars (later retitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope) is about a farmboy named Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) who gets drawn into a battle between the Rebel Alliance and the Galactic Empire. Along the way he meets characters that have become a huge part of pop culture such as CP3O, R2D2, Chewbacca, Obi Wan Kenobi, Han Solo, Princess Leia and Darth Vadar. See: original movie trailer

This film changed my life in my early teens and would later inspire my spiritual beliefs because it introduced The Force to me. Skywalker learns to become a Jedi Knight using the ways of The Force through his mentor Obi Wan Kenobi (Alec Guinness). Kenobi explains “It’s an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us. It binds the galaxy together.”

This belief would become a grand part of my mid-life challenges as I discovered that The Force was very real and was described in many other ways in religions around the world. This belief would help me through the many adversities I went through and helped me become a stronger more resilient person. I’ll always be grateful to the original Star Wars and filmmakers like Roger Christian that helped fuel my passion, imagination and successes in my life and career!

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Sunday, May 18, 2014

Tip#757: Fond Memories Feel Good - Godzilla

This week I was saddened to discover the second of two favourite bookstores was closing. The Chapters at the corner of John St. and Richmond St. West next to the Scotiabank Theatre is shutting its doors at the end of this month. This follows the closing of the World’s Biggest Bookstore two months ago.

For decades I loved going to these stores and will always have fond memories of times I spent there either shopping, browsing with friends or enjoying a quiet read of books and magazines on a rainy afternoon.

Other fond memories came up as a kid watching Sunday afternoon monster movies on TV when I went to see the new Godzilla film. Somehow parts of the movie triggered these warm memories because they kept what I liked of these cheesy 50’s films. I love how fond memories feel so good like a comforting, warm blanket!

Godzilla (2014)

The science fiction monster film, Godzilla, is a reboot of the Japanese films of the 50’s retelling Godzilla’s origins in today’s times. Starring Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Ken Watanabe and Elizabeth Olsen in a cinematic experience that puts you right into this epic, exciting story of ancient monsters creating stunning destruction amongst our cities. With a slow build up to incredible scenes of the immensity of Godzilla and other creatures there was also a Spielbergian sense of awe and wonder. See: movie trailer

I loved how faithful this film was to the 50’s films giving me what I fondly remembered growing up as a kid. How the monster looked, moved and his famous roar brought back some nostalgic feelings of those lazy Sunday afternoons in front of the TV with my parents and siblings. At the same time this new movie was upgraded for today’s times as an adult. Maybe this reboot will happen with what I loved about my soon-to-be-gone favourite bookstores. That is a wonderful warm thought to think about!

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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Tip#756: Top Feel-Good Movies, Pt 1 - Fusia Magazine 5th Anniversary Party - Million Dollar Arm

I love going to sneak preview movies and I also love inspiring, feel good films based on true stories. So I was thrilled when I saw both in one that was part of Fusia Magazine’s 5th Anniversary Party at the Scotiabank Theatre.

The first part of the special event was a cocktail reception where I enjoyed seeing some old friends and made new ones. After some delicious samosas and sparkling wine we were guided to the screening of Disney’s Million Dollar Arm.

There was such strong feeling of family with the predominantly South Asian Fusia crowd and it just felt good to be part of this celebration and part of the audience for a film I’ve been eager to see since I saw the trailer. I knew this was going to be a great feel-good movie!


Million Dollar Arm (2014)

The biographical sports drama film, Million Dollar Arm, is based on a true story about sports agent J.B. Bernstein (Jon Hamm) who goes to India to find raw talent to become the first Indian baseball players in the Major Leagues. Dinesh Patel (Madhur Mittal) and Rinku Singh (Suraj Sharma) have their lives changed as they come to the US for training. Bernstein also transforms his attitude towards life and business in this highly entertaining and highly inspirational movie. See: movie trailer 

Along with fantastic and funny performances by all the leads and supporting cast (Aasif Mandvi, Lake Bell, Alan Arkin, Pitobash Tripathy) the movie highlights insights for improving business such as creative thinking and marketing. Plus there are uplifting life lessons like persistence with a goal, the value of extended family, embracing different cultures and the importance of commitment.

This film is enjoyable on so many levels and I highly recommend seeing it especially if you have a vision, dream or goal that seems impossible. This feel good film will encourage you to persevere even when others say what you are doing cannot be done.

Related Tips:
Tip#828: Motivatorman’s Top 10 Feel Good Movies 
Tip#756: Top Feel-Good Movies, Pt 1 - Fusia Magazine 5th Anniversary Party - Million Dollar Arm 
Tip#806: Top Feel-Good Movies, Pt 2 - St. Vincent
Tip#807: Top Feel-Good Movies, Pt 3 – The Artist
Tip#979: Top Feel-Good Movies, Pt 4 - PelĂ©: Birth of a Legend 

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Sunday, May 11, 2014

Tip#755: Believe in Fortunate Accidents - The Lunchbox

“Sometimes the wrong train can take you to the right station.” 
The Lunchbox 

It has been a gloriously warm and sunny weekend here in Toronto. It’s a big difference from the long cold winter we've had. Just last weekend I stayed indoors because of rainy weather and went through old party photos during my previous business years as an illustrator. I was reminded of how many special events and parties I loved going to. I missed those days and wished to attend more of these fun social gatherings full of good food and new people to meet.

The day afterwards I went to a business meeting where my colleague offered another person at the meeting a chance to join her at a magazine's anniversary party that included a sneak preview of a major motion picture. He said that he already had other plans and so she offered it to me. I was so excited and immediately said yes! I believe in synchronicities and serendipities like reminded me of how magical life can be when we make wishes! The special event was a fantastic experience and will write about it and the movie in next post.

The Lunchbox (2013)

The Indian romantic drama film, The Lunchbox, is about a lonely, widowed accountant named Saajan (Irrfan Khan) and a neglected wife named Ilia (Nimrat Kaur) who cooks a special lunch to be delivered to her husband’s workplace. Through a rare mixup Saajan receives the lunchbox and his life begins to change from tasting the delicious food. They begin to send notes to each other through the lunchbox. See: movie trailer 

This calmly paced movie put me right into the atmospheric daily life of Mumbai and into the lonely lives of Saajan and Ilia. They demonstrated how a simple form of written notes can uplift and transform one another’s moods and also help each other find the courage to make positive changes in their lives. You will see how delicious foods can bring people closer together. The film is a wonderful reminder that serendipity or fortunate accidents can be magical and lead to unexpected, beautiful benefits.

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Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Tip#754: Strong Women in the Movies, Part 1 - Belle

I recently saw a sneak preview of a period piece called Belle and was deeply inspired by the strong spirit of the lead character. Her courage and resilience during a life full of challenges made me think she was an amazing new cinematic role model to celebrate. She was a character that women, as well as men, need to see and discover life lessons for empowering their own lives and work.

Growing up at school I would be picked on and bullied because I was always the shortest and a visible minority among mostly white classmates. Thankfully I was able to make friends by being funny and sharing my funny drawings. So as I got older I empathized with movie characters like Belle who faced painful challenges as a visible minority.

Belle (2014)

The drama film, Belle, is about an illegitimate mixed-race heiress named Dido Elizabeth Belle (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) facing the challenges of living among 18th century London high society. Her story was inspired by the 1779 painting of Dido beside her cousin Lady Elizabeth Murray. Her character demonstrated amazing strength when dealing with racial discrimination and female discrimination of the times. See: movie trailer


"I have been blessed with freedom twice over, as a negro and as a woman."
Belle (2014)

Dido was also inspiring in how she clearly articulates her thoughts whenever she is confronted or challenged. She then shows great perseverance for making social change especially when challenging her primary caregiver William Murray (Tom Wilkinson), 1st Earl of Mansfield, the Lord Chief Justice. There are other aspects of the movie that are thought-provoking and features beautiful period costumes and a romantic story. I highly recommend seeing this powerful film.

Inspiring Themes:
• Passion
• Perseverance
• Supportive People
• Optimism
• Vision
• Courage
• Leadership
• Resilience
• Racial Respect

Mbatha-Raw gives a star-making performance and is already making strong impressions in the reviews I’ve read. I believe she has given us a strong new cinematic role model, for men and women, that can inspire each of us to seek out our inner strengths and stand firm in the face of adversities. Be inspired today by strong women in the movies that could mirror your own potential and abilities!

Related Tips:
Tip#754: Strong Women in the Movies, Part 1 - Belle 
Tip#860: Strong Women in the Movies, Part 2 - Spy 
Tip#929: Strong Women in the Movies, Part 3 - Aliens 
Tip#930: Strong Women in the Movies, Part 4 – Mary Kom 
Tip#968: Strong Women in the Movies, Part 5 - Erin Brockovich  
Tip#501: How Women in Movies Inspire a Leadership Mindset 

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Sunday, May 04, 2014

Tip#753: Movies that Inspire an Interest in History - Pompeii

As a kid I loved the disaster films of the 70’s like The Poseidon Adventure, The Towering Inferno And Earthquake. I especially remember the intense joy of experiencing Sensurround sound technology in theatres. The bass levels were so loud the vibrations shook the floor and my seat and body while watching  Earthquake in 1974! It was amazing!

Around the same time I was introduced to eerie photos of plaster casts of people who died from the volcanic devastation of Pompeii in A.D. 79. I was always fascinated by these images and it took a recent movie to compel me to research what happened to these people. And despite the negative reviews I was also treated to a good ol’ fashion disaster flick!

Pompeii (2014)

The historical action disaster film, Pompeii, is set in 79 A.D. a story of Milo (Kit Harington), a slave turned gladiator persevering to save his love Cassia (Emily Browning) during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. That’s all you really need to know as the highlight of this action film is the incredible visual scenery of the city, landscapes and the spectacle of the destruction sequences. See: movie trailer

I was amazed at the breathtaking detail of the city especially in the aerial shots. I later discovered that the filmmakers went to extensive lengths to accurately portray the city as well as the eruption. The film also opens and closes on shots of the bodies covered in ash. In an interview with producer and director Paul W.S. Anderson he said that each fictional character was inspired by one of the famous plaster casts of people frozen in the moments of their death.

Movies based on historical events can inspire you to research and learn more about the people and culture of the times. And if these events relate to deaths from devastating catastrophes then their lives live on. Their stories would have touched you in some way and give their lives some eternal meaning.

Read: Interview With Paul W. S. Anderson, Pompeii Director, on the Film's Scientific and Historical Accuracy

Read: Hollywood’s Pompeii Gets History Mostly Right, Scientific American.com

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