6 Ways A Goddess Inspires and Motivates Those Around Her
The world has only continued to get more challenging as time progresses. As we pursue our dreams, we have to have the energy and the resolve to get the job done. This is especially true when we are in charge or working with others. To have a group of people who follow your direction and guidance is a gift; keeping it that way is sure to test even the most talented leaders.
The benefits of having a motivated and inspired team include high morale, high productivity and an overall healthier working environment.
Without further delay, let’s get into how we can shine and inspire those around us:
Being Motivated And inspired By What They Do
Showing enthusiasm and passion in a shared project can inspire confidence and a willingness to do better in others. By being the force you wish to see in life, you plant seeds of growth in those that surround you.
We are often inspired by people who go out there and get things done — people who get results, right? Think of it the same way.
We need to show how capable and willing we are to get the job done, everything else will take care of itself.
Recognizing And Valuing Individuality
“Individuality? But what if we’re a team!”
That’s where individuality is most important. People bring different skills and perspectives to the table. Recognizing your team’s strengths and weaknesses not only helps you understand what needs work but it helps you know who is good at what.
Nothing inspires a team of people more than a leader who shows an understanding of them on an individual level.
And even if it seems challenging in the beginning, make some time to get to know people (sincerely) and soon enough you’ll understand everyone deeply.
Providing Some Challenges
Think of a task that can challenge your team. Nothing too difficult, just enough to get the momentum going and get everyone thinking. It makes overcoming the challenge or milestone that much sweeter.
Also, don’t forget to participate in the challenge. Nothing inspires people under your leadership more than showing them you’re in the trenches together.
Not Afraid To Be Vulnerable
Contrary to popular belief, there is nothing weak about being vulnerable. Sharing your doubts and concerns with others can be beneficial, it helps them know you share their doubts and concerns too.
By showing our humanity, we encourage deeper connections and bonds. Nothing inspires people more than realizing they are being led by one of their own. The more cold and distant you are, the likelier it is that people around you will do the same.
Giving Sincere Compliments
Telling people “Well done” and “Good Job” with sincerity helps people stay motivated. It may even spark new inspiration in others because people like it when they are appreciated for what they do.
Just be sure not to fake compliments, it’s not a good strategy. People are smart, and they will catch on to the fake stuff eventually.