1. Stop fixing.
If your passion for excellence and success drives you to constantly fix people, stop it. Problem centered fixers invite self-protective restraint in others.
2. Compassion wins.
The pursuit of personal gain and glory doesn’t inspire; it threatens. Inspiration occurs when others believe you genuinely put them before yourself.
3. Share frailties.
The frailties you’re working through inspire others to work through theirs. Avoid whining. Focus on hope, progress, and benefit.
4. Leverage weaknesses.
Your weaknesses are inspirational opportunities, especially if you’re loved. For example, acknowledging your...