Inspiration Jump Starts the Process
The handy Internet describes INSPIRATION as the process of being mentally stimulated to do or feel
something, especially to do something creative.
If INSPIRATION is a process, it must have an INPUT to jump start the process, followed by a series of steps and decisions, until something is accomplished. The initial input/stimulation may come from within, such as as a desire, or with an external stimulus. Either way inspiration can lead to long-term changes.
How would you answer the following questions? Everyone has individually shaped responses, but
these are my quick ones:
What inspired you to join a Toastmaster Club?
I followed my friend who has been a long-time enthusiast.
What inspires you to accept a meeting role?
I like to see a completed agenda ahead of time.
What inspires you to progress with your Pathways projects?
I want to keep the momentum going.
What inspires you to volunteer for a Club Officer Role?
I wish to share responsibilities.
What inspires you to invite guests to Toastmasters meetings?
I wish to see larger clubs with diverse members.