Lessons Learned: To Be Inspired

At work, I overheard a project manager say to a developer, “You’ve inspired me today.” I heard this a few weeks ago, and it’s still stuck with me. The project manager said the comment after the IT developer gave her hope on one of the troublesome projects she’s managing.

For me, the word inspire offers a different perspective than simply stating to encourage or to motivate. I think of inspire as getting a breath of fresh air, of new hope, and of thanks for changing my outlook. I believe the project manager meant it that way too. I wasn’t involved in the conversation but just hearing the comment had made my day. I loved the word choice because it stood out from the norm. I’ll have to remember to use the word as well when I truly want someone to know how they’ve made me feel. Here’s to being inspired…

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Beth M James

Novels based on strong characters and elements of romance.



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