What It Means To Inspire Others
For many reasons, I consider myself a leader. I lead positive thinking and find a solution to a problem while others may stare with confusion.
I believe that I am a leader in the making with horrific potential.
However, I know that before I am able to become the leader I’m wanting to be, I first must conquer the negativity that I constantly battle with inside my head.
To be a problem solver, it takes a second to step back, and assess what has to be done.
Ever heard the saying, “Measure Twice, Cut Once?” This saying refers to construction and fabrication. This saying also works wonders in life.
To measure twice and cut once in life, think before you speak. Think before you react. And appreciate before you criticize.
Consistency is very important with inspiration. Inspiring others means that you take responsibility for them. If you’re going to encourage them to keep pushing, you have to show them and motivate them to see that. It is easy for some people to get lost and sidetracked!
You Are A Reflection Of Your Actions
Hall of Fame NBA star Shaquille O’Neal, taught me the lesson of being a leader and an inspiration. To be a major role in someone’s life, someone to look up to, there is no question about it. You have to show them that you will never quit being you.
However, it’s not just you that has to be consistent with your duties. It depends on the fan or audience to care enough to lift themselves up as well.
“Excellence is not a singular act, but a habit. You are what you repeatedly do.”https://moneyinc.com/10-inspirational-quotes-shaquille-oneal/
In my previous post yesterday, I wrote about practice making progress. I bet that you have heard the phrase, “Practice makes perfect!” Is that actually true? Can someone be PERFECT? I honestly disagree. You can be great at things and be noticed for your efforts. However…
Nobody Is Perfect