Monday Motivation:  Find  your giants, see further and rise

Monday Motivation: Find your giants, see further and rise

STOUT Inspiration + Action To Accelerate Your Week

Get inspired by scientific groundbreaker Sir Isaac Newton then take action to find your giants, see further and help others to rise.


Sir Isaac Newton was an English mathematician, physicist, astronomer, theologian, and author widely recognized as one of the most influential scientists of all time.

Newton was a key figure in the scientific revolution of the 17th century who created the modern telescope, helped develop spectral analysis, advanced a completely new specialized form of mathematics (what we now call calculus) and in his most famous published work Principa laid out the three laws of motion.

Though the famous story of the apple falling on Newton is likely a legend, he used that example to simplify the proof of his groundbreaking concept that if the force of gravity pulled the apple from the tree, then it was also possible for gravity to exert its pull on objects much, much further away.

No great discovery was ever made without a bold guess.
– Sir Isaac Newton



Appreciate Your ‘Giants’
Make a list of those who have inspired you along your journey- teachers, parents, co-workers, public or historical figures- and note their effect on you. Most people don’t realize the impact they’ve made-let your giants know how they helped you stand taller.

Widen Your View
Challenge yourself to look up, around and beyond your current situation. With a new view, you may discover a better path to your purpose Set your goals to follow it!

Lend Your Shoulders
Wherever you are on your path, there’s likely someone a few steps behind. Make some time to encourage or mentor others – you may find giving others a boost has an even greater effect on you!

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