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will successfully lead one through a voyage of happiness, hope and complete sense of one’s individuality.
Lacking or absence of inspiration will result to exactly the opposite.
When one is inspired, it brings a certain feeling of enthusiasm about one’s life.
Inspiration to each and every individual is different.
Where some find inspiration from those that have attained a certain level of success and happiness their lives,
others are inspired by nature and its wonder. For most, inspiration is key to a life of living meaningfully.
When one is just drifting and wandering around, with no direction as to where to go and what goal to pursue,
one becomes more and more less motivated, loosing his inner self purpose and in time, become depressed.
One’s inspiration is very much determined by ones personal or career goals, and the direction that one wishes to live his life.
When wanting to live an abundant life, then the inspiration will be easily found in life stories of those who have achieved success.
Definitely, one needs to acquire intelligence, to study and learn, to collect knowledge, and the skill to manage your time;
however all this will be useless without motivation. And inspiration is a chief motivator and so is the craving to learn.
These will be your driving force to success. Success in an undertaking leads one to gaining more pursuit and a much greater yearning to learn, resulting in growth of motivation directing towards the goal that you have set.
From inspiration springs enthusiasm. Enthusiasm is one’s attitude of confidence, curiosity and expectation, with fragments of daring and risk.
It is a very strong force that brings vigor to one’s day and draws people.
Note that pessimism, negativity, anxiety and apprehension drain the energy within you.
So focus only on the positive side in every situation that you encounter; this way, things get done more easily.
So to sustain motivation, it requires rationalization that is anchored on positive outcome from endeavors.
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did.
So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails.
Explore. Dream. Discover.