You might be surprised to know that being an inspirational person isn’t all that uncommon. In fact, there are many people out there who are inspiring, and they have helped countless others in their own unique way. Whether it’s through their words of advice, their actions, or simply their presence, these people have had a huge impact on the world around them. So if you’re looking to be more inspired in your own life and help others in the process, read on for some tips on how to be an inspirational person.
I am very excited to be sending out the very first Beautiful You weekly newsletter tomorrow. I’m so looking forward to connecting with everyone in this new way and hope all of you who have signed up to be members (over 100 before the first one goes out – thankyou!) really enjoy it. If you would like to become a member it’s so easy – all details are here and if you sign up before the first newsletter goes out tomorrow you are in the draw to win this cute necklace.
The reason for this petite post today is to ask you all a question that relates to the newsletter. Every week I will be profiling an inspirational person. I am blessed to feel I know quite a few inspirational people in my life but I want more! If you consider yourself to be an inspirational person (I’m sure you are!) or you know of someone you think fits the bill – I would love for you to contact me and tell me all about them/you. The profile in the newsletter is small but if you write a blog, have a favourite charity, run an online business etc, it’s my pleasure to link to you and sing your praises to others. Please note that everyone who is profiled needs to provide me with a high res photo of themselves or an image they love for inclusion. Please also note that when I say inspirational I don’t necessarily mean you have to be Mother Theresa, Oprah and Nelson Mandela rolled into one amazing person. You already know I think you are amazing as you are and therefore to me – any person is inspirational if they are true to themselves and living a passionate life.
So…I want to hear from you – Beautiful You!
When it comes to being inspirational, there are a lot of things that make you an inspiration. However, what defines as an inspirational person is not the external factors but your mindset and confidence to help others in achieving their desires and goals too.
In addition to having a strong mindset, it’s also important for people with such characteristics to inspire others. This way they can tap into their potential and encourage those around them too!
Frequently Asked Questions
How would you describe an inspirational person?
Inspirational people are often doers more than thinkers. They have a clear goal and vision, and they work tirelessly to achieve it. They don’t wait around for things to happen – they make things happen. Inspirational people are also highly resilient; they can bounce back from tough times with resilience and courage.
Most importantly, inspirational people exhibit compassion and empathy. They understand the struggles of others, which makes them better equipped to help them overcome their challenges. Lastly, inspirational people are usually happy – even when things seem difficult or challenging on the outside, inside is always full of love, joy, hope…and progress!
Who is inspired you in your life and why?
When it comes to my career, I have a lot of inspiration from professionals in the online marketing industry. They are constantly coming up with new and innovative ways to market their businesses, and I aspire to be as successful as they are.
Similarly, when it comes to my personal life, my father is one of my biggest inspirations. He has always been an incredible role model not only because he is successful himself but also because he has never taken his success for granted. He teaches me that anything is possible if you set your mind to it and work hard at it.
What inspired you most in life?
Thinking ahead, setting objectives, and attaining them motivate me. I detest leading a life of mediocrity and am aware that working hard is necessary to achieve our goals.