Inspiration [noun]

Definition of Inspiration:

idea, stimulus

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His life, his example, has provided a great deal of inspiration for me to find that courage perhaps when I don’t feel like I have it all the time.

We’re there to give guidance and ideas and inspiration, but it is the time for young people.

He has a lot of fantastic videos on YouTube around leadership and inspiration, and in one of those talks he recommended the book How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish.

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Kyle Corcoran, executive director, technology investment banking, Morgan StanleyIt addresses some hurdles that may reduce efficiency in teams, despite being made up of highly talented individuals, and has been a source of inspiration.

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So, the average American that I feel doesn’t have as big of a voice as they need to in this country, those are the people that I really gain inspiration from, and those are the people that I want to absorb information from.

In a statement released by his personal publicist, Abloh said the inspiration for the collection came from a 2005 Louis Vuitton menswear show.

I mistakenly assumed that there were smarter people who could be fixing what was clearly an infrastructural issue, but the issue was that they lacked the inspiration.

It’s okay to look at your competitors’ ads to find inspiration for your upcoming campaigns.