The verb “inspire” has several related meanings, but its core definition is to fill someone with the urge or ability to do or feel something, especially something creative, extraordinary, or positive. When you inspire someone, you motivate or encourage them to take action, to achieve greatness, or to pursue their dreams. Inspiration can come from various sources, such as a person, an idea, a piece of art, a story, or a particular event, that sparks enthusiasm, creativity, or a sense of purpose in someone.
This week join Tiffany Earle and her sister Kami as they discuss what you can do to inspire your students and your kids!
Good to Great by Jim Collins
Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell