by Andrea Goeglein
When you are motivated to do something, you have a reason for acting or behaving in a particular way.
Inspiration on the other hand is the ‘process of being mentally stimulated to do or feel something, especially to do something creative.’
So the question I have for you is this: Would you rather be motivated or inspired? These definitions came from the Oxford Dictionary. What I never knew was the second definition of ‘inspiration’ is “drawing in of breath; inhalation.”
Dr. Success Challenge: With every breath you take, you have an opportunity to be mentally stimulated to do or feel something. Don’t die waiting and miss the opportunity to be inspired. I challenge you to become aware of your breath, notice your thoughts in that moment, and take action on the thoughts that bring you closer to your goals.
I would appreciate your sharing your stories of inspiration — and motivation — at www.LivingTheSpirit.Today By sharing you expand on the Don’t Die Principle You Teach What You Need To Learn by learning that when you teach, you learn twice.