Today’s inspirational video features the story of Olga Korbut, a revolutionary gymnast who captivated the 1972 Olympics games with her charisma, beautiful smile 😀and charming personality. If you think about it for a second, these are traits that are worth developing if we don’t have them in our life’s toolkit.
What amazed me the most from this superstar Russian girl is that she followed her heart and took an uncommon path never taken before by any other gymnast. And that’s fascinating!
She was the one who broke the system and revolutionize the gymnastics world to a whole new dimension with her uniqueness, authenticity and dynamic performances. Letting everyone in the audience with their mouth open and with a sense of joy never experienced before by those who were watching this marvelous girl in action.
Now press play and let Olga inspire you to take the road less travelled, to seek the unkown, to be a revolutionary and to achieve greatness in your life…
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“Throughout history, people with new ideas, who think differently and try to change things, have always been called troublemakers.” Richelle Mead
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