Unsung Heroes – The Real Source for Motivation

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Unsung Heroes – The Real Source for Motivation

Hero? What you recall by this word? A superstar of an action movie, right? We start loving their actions, perfection and much more showcased in a movie. Though motives may be mixed, one thing is certain: we want to believe in heroes. But I submit we’ve been going about it the wrong way.

Through this article you will explore a different meaning of a hero. Some heroes fly beneath the radar. They are not the celebrities and you won’t even find watch them on the conference main stage.  However, they are the hero of their own life; they give of themselves for the greater good. They act graciously. And though, we forget to acknowledge their sacrifice and their hard work to achieve that goal. They receive no parades or holidays. They have largely gone unnoticed, and this is unfortunate, if not a crime. These people have committed their lives to fighting poverty and bringing hope to dark places in the world. They’ve crawled through the mud and muck, enduring more than their fair share of discomfort. They deserve recognition, precisely because they didn’t ask for it. These people are known as Unsung Heroes.

There are numerous institutes who work for such unsung heroes. Lowell Milken Center is one of such inspiring institute who discovers, develops and communicates the stories of unsung heroes. The center for Unsung Heroes works with students and educators across diverse academic disciplines to develop history projects that highlight role models who demonstrate courage, compassion and respect. Their unique projects help students to develop and discover the stories of Unsung Heroes who have made a profound and positive impact on the course of history.


In addition to that, they endow student’s different kind of tools, resources and ongoing support for students and educators who are engaged in the development of Unsung Heroes projects. With a commitment to excellence in education, the Lowell Milken Center Unsung Heroes champions and empowers educators, whose impact on students can last a lifetime.

Let’s inspire from such legends whose work and legacy shaped fundamental aspects of modern life. Starting with Nemanja Vidic, who has proved that his absence makes United’s defense look less secure than it normally does with him there and deserves a lot of praise.

Further, at Liverpool, the likes of Fernando Torres, Steve Gerrard Jamie Carragher and even Javier Mascherano get good headlines and column inches but Dirk Kuyt as a modified hard working left winger has been excellent this season. Then, at Chelsea the most important member is Ricardo Carvalho as he gives the defence a security that the other defenders do not offer as his all round game is 2nd to none.

Michael Essien is another player that should be stealing the headlines as he is extremely important to the side whilst the likes of Frank Lampard, John Terry, Didier Drogba, Joe Cole, Petr Cech and Michael Ballack steal the front pages. Another unsung hero is Juan, who prior to his first injury was arguably the best foreign import to Serie A this season.

They had the ultimate source of motivation and worked day and night without any expectation of awards. For these unsung heroes, the joyful faces of people, team members and friends is the real indication of admiration.

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Daniel Clark is a full time content writer, who regularly reads about positive quotes and stories. He loves to help in motivating people through stories and referring firms such as Lowell Milken Center.