Long Island, NY (PRWEB) January 01, 2012
This Monday, Janaury 2nd is National Motivation & Inspiration Day, a day created by Kevin L. McCrudden, President of Motivate America, Inc. a Long Island, NY company focused on motivational, leadership and training programs for businesses, schools, athletic teams and individuals.
The United States Congress passed H. Res 308 on December 18, 2001 after the tragic events of 9-11-2001 making January 2nd of every year National Motivation & Inspiration Day©. “I created National Motivation & Inspiration Day© after the tragic events of 9-11-2001, because in all of the loss, despair and sadness, I saw Americans working side-by-side to accomplish amazing things,” says McCrudden.
The focus of Motivate America and National Motivation & Inspiration Day is to help Americans “become the very best U that U can be©” and establish realistic annual goals and work toward the achievement of those goals. One of the company slogans is “take action to make things happen©,” which is why they encourage people, especially young adults to establish the habit of creating annual goals and then work diligently toward the accomplishment of those goals. “Statistically, we know that the top 3% of highly successful people write down and track their goals on an annual basis. If we know this to be true, then why doesn’t everyone establish annual goals and then set out to achieve them?” asks McCrudden.
One of Motivate America’s 2012 goals is to have 10 million people, especially young adults, establish their goals on Monday, January 2nd National Motivation & Inspiration Day! They have a Success Calendar iPhone APP that can be used to establish and track individual goals daily throughout the year and can be accessed through their web sites:
*National Motivation & Inspiration Day is a 501 C 3 non profit organization.
In addition, Motivate America and National Motivation & Inspiration Day has announced this year’s recipients of The American Motivation Awards, “honoring motivational, inspirational and patriotic leaders in America.
The recipients are:
J. R. Martinez 2011 American Motivation Award Person of the Year
Tim Tebow 2011 American Motivation Award Athlete of the Year
Dakota Meyer 2011 American Motivation Patriot Award
Connie Podesta 2011 American Motivation Award for Lifetime Achievement