How to Become Someone’s Inspiration


How to Become Someone’s Inspiration

How to Become Someone’s Inspiration

Look back in your life so far and think if you have ever inspired someone to do something positive in his or her life. Have you? If you could not think of anyone who may have come up to you, thanking you for your support throughout his or her life, you have yet to achieve the highest satisfaction in life.

The highest satisfaction in life is being someone’s inspiration, knowing that your influence and guidance played a vital role in their success. Do not feel glum about not becoming someone’s inspiration, as there is still time. Through your actions and words, you can transform yourself into an inspirational person, and here’s how to begin:

1.     Be Fun, but Serious

You do not have to put on a serious face each time you confer with someone, as people will deem you as unapproachable. If you are unapproachable, how do you expect people to come up to you for advice? You want to establish a persona, which is a combination of serious and fun. In doing so, people will come up to you, asking you for advice, which is what you want.

2.     Do Not Unleash a Storm of Ideas on Someone

You may be knowledgeable and aching to share your knowledge with others. However, bombarding them with knowledge will backfire on you, as they will feel overwhelmed. Share ideas and information with the, just not all at once, but in bits and pieces. If you tell them everything, they will not be able to share their ideas or add on to yours. Give them room to grow because that is what an inspirational person does—they listen.

3.     Consistently Inspire People

Do not be that person who has a moment of inspiration, and then it is gone. You want to keep inspiring others through your words, blog, gestures, and anything you can think of at the top of your mind that will make you stay consistent. If you do not find a way to share your wisdom with others, people will not perceive you as an inspiration.

4.     Use Interruption as an Opportunity

Don’t you hate when people interrupt your thought process, especially when you are on to something good? Most of us boil with anger, but do you know who keeps his/her calm? It is a person who looks for an opportunity to inspire others by keeping their cool. They use the interruption as opportunity to teach an inspirational lesson to the person who cut them off mid sentence.

5.     Do Not Hide Your Imperfections

What makes someone likable is their imperfections, as people are naturally drawn to someone who is not or trying to be the ideal concept of the ideal human being. If people portray themselves as perfect, reaching out to them for advice become harder for people with imperfections.
Have you inspired someone? If you have become someone’s inspiration in the past or someone has inspired you, please share your story with us, as your story may inspire someone else.

 


"The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart." ~ Helen Keller


A Selection of Quotes About Inspiration

“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” ~ Francis of Assisi


“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart.” ~ Helen Keller


“I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.” ~ Jimmy Dean


“If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” Milton Berle


“Love the moment and the energy of that moment will spread beyond all boundaries.”

~ Corita Kent


“Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence.”

~ Vince Lombardi


 

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7 Types Of ‘Friends’ To Avoid


7 TYPES OF ‘FRIENDS’ TO AVOID


7 TYPES OF ‘FRIENDS’ TO AVOID

An English dictionary defines a friend as an associate who can be trusted with one’s affection and can provide assistance though he/she may be vaguely acquainted to you. As much as this definition might hold for many of your friends, 1/3 of them are wolves in sheep’s clothing, research shows. One must be careful of them or their lives might end up as hell. Run through the list below and find out for yourself how many you have!

  • The copy machine

This kind of a friend duplicate everything you do. Be it the hairstyles, clothing, walking styles, they even try to smile just the way you do! This is not your friend but a fan of yours. There is power in discovering who you are and living it and when another person tries to reproduce you, it becomes sad.

  • The pretender

This comrade vanishes during your low moments and land in when you are high. When asked where he/she has been, he/she appears as a saint and swears by his/her mother that he/she had no idea what you were going through. Such friends are also the types that borrow your money and never return because they think by virtue of them being your friend they are not under any obligation to return it.

  • The cheater

Not that they lie to you, well in a way, but they are actually cheating on you with your lover. They try all ways to see the nakedness of your partner and what follows is a series of flirt messages. Your partner will not tell you either because they fear you will abandon them. So, they cheat on you without your knowledge.

  • The gossipy friend

They keep you updated with all the juicy gossips about what happened to who, who got kicked out by who and can double up as your news reporter. As much as it might be sweet to hear what others are going through, your turn will soon reach and imagine when they will have to narrate your story to others!

  • The pendulum

As much as friends should be there for each other, you know, the kind of a shoulder to lean on, some actually overdo it. You become their emotional dumping ground. If they are happy, they will run to you screaming and when they are sad, they will hug you tears-flowing. You will never see them except when they are in these two states.

  • The selfish friend

They want to benefit from anything you have including your advice on who to date but magically evade you when you ask for their help.

  • The rival

Competition of any form is welcomed and is healthy, but when it comes from your close friend it’s another story. This is because everything will always be about outdoing each other and when you get fed up, he/she becomes your enemy. No one wants that bad ending.

 


“True friends esteem you of greater worth than you feel deserving. False friends demand you prove that worth.” ~ Richelle E. Goodrich


A Selection of Quotes About Fake Friends

“Fake friends; those who only drill holes under your boat to get it leaking; those who discredit your ambitions and those who pretend they love you, but behind their backs they know they are in to destroy your legacies.”
― Israelmore Ayivor


True friends esteem you of greater worth than you feel deserving.

False friends demand you prove that worth.” ~ Richelle E. Goodrich


 

“There are few things worse than mistaking an enemy for a friend.”

~ Wayne Gerard Trotman


“Folded hands may conceal a dagger —
Likewise a foe’s tears.” ~ Thiruvalluvar

“It is politics to please and hoodwink those
Who flatter but despise us.” ~ Thiruvalluvar


 

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