[Video] This little movie is a tear jerker (have tissue at the ready)

by Houston Vetter - DocResults on January 2,


Welcome Friend,

If you’ve ever wanted to make a difference and a greater impact and empowering influence in your world, I hope you’ll enjoy today’s movie as a gentle reminder about the one thing that can transform any situation in literally 30 seconds or less:  compassion.

What a little third grader says to his teacher at Christmas time instantly bypasses the head and goes straight to the heart of any issue, no matter what.

You can re-energize your personal relationships and workplace culture – and inspire greater loyalty – by remembering to put into practice the message of this classic, time honored story.

Make sure to turn on your speakers before you watch it, and according to Sam Brandt … “You should warn people to get their hankies ready before the movie!”

Walter Wood writes … “I am a 6 ft. 2in., 250-pound construction worker and this short, but profound, film actually brought tears to my eyes.  It made me realize that I must be more mindful when I’m training my apprentices.”

Each time I watch it I feel inspired to make an even bigger difference by remembering to put compassion first.  I hope you will too!

Don’t forget to share it with others…They’ll thank you for it!

Together we can make a difference…

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If you like this video clip, I encourage you to Share it with the world and join me on my mission to empower and inspire millions of people around the globe.

At the end of this video you’ll see simple instructions on how you can help.

Together we can spread words of Encouragement, Inspiration & Empowerment one video at a time… and wouldn’t you agree our world could use a little more “Positivity” these days!

Together we can make a difference…


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Sue January 3, 2013 at 1:03 pm

Although I have read and heard this story many times, I can’t hold back the flood of tears each time for it profoundly touches my heart. After a 32 year career as an elementary educator, I only hope there is a former student who feels the same way as Teddy. I know I will never been the same.


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