Jill Layton
Updated Jun 25, 2015 @ 9:12 am

Last month, a video surfaced on the world wide Interweb of Shia LaBeouf delivering a super intense motivational speech — possibly the most intense motivational speech ever shot in front of a green screen. The speech was taken from a segment of Joshua Parker’s #INTRODUCTIONS and has been viewed over 12 million times. It’s basically 1:05 of LaBeouf yelling at us to get off our butts and “just do it,” which, not surprisingly, has motivated a lot of people, though not always in the way it was intended, probably.

In typical Internet fashion, the speech has been recreated and reedited numerous times by some talented and hilarious people (for example, this fantastically perfect Independence Day recreation and this fake Nike commercial). But one little girl takes the cake.

Youtube user Tingman and his 3-year-old daughter Olor recreated LaBeouf’s speech in the most adorable way. The toddler does a fantastic job emulating LaBeouf’s intensity and conviction, and has us sincerely motivated. Whatever “it” is, we definitely want to do it.

Take a look at Olor’s speech and get ready to stop letting your dreams just be dreams.

(Featured image via YouTube)