How to Bring Inspiration into Your Life

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How to Bring Inspiration into Your Life

Todays article is all about how to bring inspiration into your life. As someone who blogs to hopefully inspire others, I can say that a huge step on the road to personal development is really tapping into what inspires us.

So are you missing a little inspiration in your life?

People get inspiration from many different things.

Is there something in life that motivates you?

Or are you one of so many that simply can’t remember not just what inspires you, but when you last felt inspired.

When did someone or something motivate you to action, trigger your emotions, or rouse you to feel totally inspired?

In the hectic routine of our crazy working lives, inspiration seems elusive and all too uncommon.

Yet is so important to find inspiration, to really begin to live.

When we are inspired, it brings a certain feeling of enthusiasm about our lives. Inspiration is key to a life of living meaningfully.

When we allow ourselves to just drift and wander, with no direction as to where to go and what goal to pursue, we become less motivated, less enthusiastic. This can lead to losing our inner self purpose and in time, becoming depressed.

Know in your mind and your heart what you are capable of accomplishing. When uncertain, then you lose the game right there and then. You can not ever accomplish anything when you first do not believe that you can.

Take the necessary steps towards achieving it and begin now. Each day, set up a plan of action and then work on it. At the end of the day, review what you have done and record it. Then look at the end of each week to see how well you are progressing, or if there are certain acts that needs revising or if you need to take another route.

Look at your goals each day and get inspiration from them. Never allow negative thoughts to invade your mind. Even when you see that you are not progressing, continue and be patient. Never let it discourage you. Remember, as they often say “when there is a will, there is always a way”. So stand firm and continue your struggle.

To succeed you don’t need to be a rocket scientist; you have to have persistence, willpower, and focusing on those things that bring you inspiration.”

Go back to your original vision and imagine having achieved your goal. Great warriors imagine victory and top athletes imagine winning before stepping onto the field, so why not you?

I too often see people who lose their inspiration when their progress slows, their passion evaporates, and so often they give up, instead of finding the energy to push on. Quitting became their easiest option.

To me, nothing can inspire you more than being passionate about your work.

Inspiration and the feeling of being inspired is what pushes us to do great things.

I guess the secret of being alive and creative in this world is that you can hardly wait to see and do things. I think every day should be that thing of jumping out of bed and saying, ‘Fantastic, another day to do that thing that I love.’

Inspiration is ready to jumpstart your passions, if only you’ll let it in! Find where your passions lie, let them inspire you, live with them at the centre of your life.

Make a list of the dreams that you allow to come into your mind at times. Write them down. Look at them. Which one is your inspiration pointing too. This is the thing most important to you, what will hat drive your happiness, that will enable you to live a life full of inspiration.

How can you feel inspired again? What inspires you?

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About the author: Larry Lewis
My name is Larry Lewis, Health & Wellness Life Coach, Founder of Healthy Lifestyles Living, contributor to the Huffington Post, recently featured in the Sunday Mail Newspaper and somebody who went from being an owner of a chain of gyms and fitness fanatic, to a visually impaired overweight and incredibly sick person. Read about my illness to wellness story.

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