What I like about being an Inspirer
- I’m optimistic and don’t let problems get me down.
- I’m outspoken, spontaneous and free-spirited.
- I’m generous and want to make the world a better place.
- I’m not afraid to take risks and to try exciting adventures.
- I’ve got many varied interests and talents.
What I don’t like about being an Inspirer
- I never have enough time to do all the things I want or complete things I start.
- I don’t specialise in a particular area and can’t commit myself to a specific career.
- I feel confined when I’m in a one-to-one relationship.
Things I would never do
- Finish every book I am reading before starting a new one.
- Make to-do lists every week and stick to them.
- Tell a story without exaggerating.
- Spend six hours in silent meditation.
How to relate with me
- Give me friendship, affection and freedom, and let me do as I please.
- Entertain me with stimulating conversation and laughter.
- Appreciate my wild fantasies and listen to my anecdotes.
- Don’t try to change me; accept me as I am.
- Stand on your own two feet. Don’t be dependent on me.
Things people say about me
- “When I feel depressed, I call on my Inspirer friend and let some of her zest for life rub off on me. She always manages to cheer me up.”
- “I like going to her house, because her music collection is loud and she’s a great cook. She is always hooked on some new fad.”
- “When she isn’t hiking up mountains or throwing parties, she’s helping starving babies in Africa.”
Things I should affirm to myself
- I will bring more balance and moderation into my life.
- What I have is enough for me.
- I will work longer and harder.