Aspire To Inspire

If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader. John Quincy Adams


There are two types of people: those who inspire  and those who make others feel depressed by their negative attitude. Which group of people do you belong to? Try to recognize. Do you lift people up or make them feel worse?

We as humans are  vulnerable to catching the emotions of others. When you are enthusiastic and full of energy, people will gravitate towards you. They will feel more strengthened. When you inspire people you become a magnetic and charismatic personality.

If you are in a depressed mood, you infect others with depression. People avoid those who have a negative attitude or who  use words which demoralize them. Think about this. Would you like to be with people who inspire or with those who always criticize, complain and condemn?

Everyone wants to feel inspired and motivated. So when you interact with people you should give sincere appreciation and inspire them. Do not spread negative attitude. You definitely don’t want to be a person people avoid sitting next to.

Get inspired yourself and be an example as people watch your actions. Be a learner first. Share your thoughts and life experiences with others to positively influence them. Encourage them through tough times.

Share your happiness with people. Have a good smile on your face and develop a good sense of humor. Become a person who is loved and admired by all. Everyone you know should seek  to counsel  you when they  need  some moral support.

Remember, you have the power to CHANGE. Offer practical help to people who have lost their hopes and have buried their dreams. Help them to realize their true potential and to make positive changes in their lives. This will give you inner satisfaction.

 You should be so full of life  that if a person happens to be in your company even for a few minutes, he gets  fired up. Show them that life is worth living. Inspiring others is a highly rewarding endeavor.

Be a motivator.



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