Recode is pleased to present our latest episode of The Motivational Image.
The Motivated Images podcast features a weekly look at some of the most inspiring images of our time.
Each week, we’ll feature three images and tell you which one is most inspiring to our brains and our lives.
The images are from around the web, so you can see what other people have used, what the world has seen, and how they’re making the images even better.
This week, it’s the “Fearless Motivation” image by artist Mark Ojeda.
Mark created the image for a project he’s doing with his company, Imagenes.
Mark is a former professional wrestler, an avid cyclist, a passionate advocate of social justice, and a passionate and passionate fan of his work.
His latest piece for ImagenES, Fearless Motivated, was published in December of 2017.
Mark is currently working on another piece for his company.
We talked to Mark about the inspiration behind Fearless, and his work in general, to get the latest insights from Mark on the subject.
What makes a good motivational image?
Mark Ojieda explains why he chose the Fearless image as his inspiration for his work: “Fearing is one of those emotions where it’s really hard to know what to say, how to feel, or why we should do something.
And the reason I like the Fearlessness image is because it’s so personal.
It’s about a young woman’s life and her fear of being judged by a man who has no idea what she’s thinking or feeling.
It just feels like a true statement.”
The image is meant to represent the “fearlessness of being unsure and feeling vulnerable” in a woman, and “being able to feel like a real human being.”
The images “is about a girl’s life in a really dark time.
So there’s really something very human about it.”
The artist says that Fearless was “designed as a really personal piece that could represent a young girl in her own life.”
How many motivational images are there in the world?
We asked Mark Ojoeda about the number of motivational images on the web: “I’m not sure how many are available online, but there are a few.
And I think the most common is probably 10.
That’s the number that people think of as being inspirational.
But there are some really interesting images that I think are really inspiring to people who are really young, or have really strong feelings about their own emotions.”
What are some other inspirational images that are on the Internet?
Mark points to a photo of a child’s hand holding a toy gun.
He says, “The child is holding the toy gun and holding it with the child’s hands.
They’re holding it in their own hands, with their own emotion.
They really seem to be in a state of wonder.
That just makes you feel so happy and proud and happy that you can hold that toy gun in your own hands and feel like you can shoot it.
And that’s really powerful, because it reminds you that we are all here to be here for each other, to be the good kids that we can be.”
How do you get started with motivational images?
Mark has a few ideas for what you can do to make the image even better: 1.
Use a photo or video to help you create the image.
Mark has used this image to help inspire him as a student: “As I was watching this video of this kid holding the gun, I wanted to draw a picture of him holding the real gun.
I wanted him to see it and to feel something in his hand.
And so I decided to put that on my wall.
I had a photo taken of him and put it in the photo I took with the toy.
Then I went back and I made a video of the kid and said, ‘This is the image you need to see.
You’re holding this real gun and you’re holding that toy.
And this is the photo you need.’
And he just fell in love with it.”
Here’s another image from Mark’s website that shows how you can use your own images to help your work: 2.
Create your own motivational images.
Mark says that you don’t need to be a professional to create your own image.
You can use any type of image, video, or text, and Mark has created a number of “fairy dust” motivational images to give to his clients.
Mark recommends creating a video or a photo to accompany your work.
You could even create your images yourself, and then post them on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram to inspire your audience.
Create a story that connects to your image.
If you want to use your image for something big, or to help someone, create a story.
For example, Mark says, you can write a short story or