Inspiration

Who inspires you and why?

Definition of inspire verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

  1. to give someone the desire, confidence, or enthusiasm to do something well.
  2. [usually passive] inspire something to give someone the idea for something, especially something artistic or that shows imagination.
  3. to make someone have a particular feeling or emotion.

Lots of people inspire me. My husband, my daughter, my friends, my co-workers, my parents; they are all inspirational in one way or another and give me the confidence to try new things and try to do my best at the things I choose to do. A myriad of historical figures also inspire me; authors, painters, musicians, athletes, scientists, leaders, and followers.

Who drives you to be your best self?

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