In a society concerned with assessing ability and competence, we frequently overlook the critical role of inspiration. Inspiration allows us to see new possibilities by helping us to soar above our daily experiences and constraints. Inspiration changes a person’s view of their own potential, moving them from apathy to possibilities. Inspiration is frequently overlooked because of its elusive nature.
Several leaders have accomplished great things by pure determination, talents, skills, and so much more, and they should be honored. They all believed in themselves and worked hard to attain their goals. Reaching what you want isn’t always easy; getting where you want to go requires a lot of effort.
This Transformation Tuesday, sharing the story of yet another inspiring hero:
The narrative of the United States’s 44th President:
Barack Hussein Obama II was the 44th President of the United States of America. He is a classic American saga: core values, a strong family background, hard labor and education as a means of advancement, and the conviction that a life so blessed should be lived in providing service to others.
Barack Obama became the first African American to be elected president of the United States when he was elected in 2008. Most would not have predicted an African American president, given the biases of the period (many of them owned slaves). As president-elect, Obama faced several problems, including the economy’s collapse, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the threat of terrorism. Obama was inaugurated in front of an estimated 1.8 million spectators, and he promised massive federal expenditure to resuscitate the economy and restore America’s global standing.
Obama always wanted to write a book and so he addressed the challenges of establishing his identity as an adolescent in his biography Dreams from My Father which has become famous worldwide.
Obama never loses his resolve, his peace, or his desire to assist others. He has always felt that there is only one life, so why waste it by not assisting those in need?
Sharing four definite strategies to boost your developing resolve and tenacity. (Learnings from Obama’s Life)
- Instead of being in motion, concentrate on doing action.
- Professionals keep to their schedules, but amateurs let life to get in the way.
- Make it as simple as possible for people to do the right thing.
- Try to keep your habit streak going.
Most importantly, putting all the above ideas into practice in the real world is critical. You won’t be able to accomplish it later if you don’t start doing what your heart desires right now. SO START NOW!
Image Source – https://www.britannica.com/biography/Barack-Obama
Written and Compiled By Faber Khushi and Faber Mayuri