BY Pearl Nash
You inspire people by showing them a good example rather than simply instructing them.
You aim to create stronger connections and relationships when you speak to people. You put care and concern at the forefront.
Rather than vilify or demonize people who are different, you seek to better understand them.
You are prepared to stick up for others when you see wrongdoing. You won’t compromise your own principles for the sake of an easy ride.
It doesn’t really matter what it is that you care most about, what matters is that you care.
Small acts of kindness can feel so humble that you are probably unaware of most of the impact of your compassion on the world.
If you take an eager and animated approach to life, chances are you are inspiring those around you without even realizing it.
When you choose to see the best in someone you show them your trust and offer them your respect.
You aren’t afraid to question. Even if that means making a few waves. But in doing so you are encouraging others to push their limits and think outside the box too.
Rather than trying to appear infallible, real role models strive toward bettering themselves.
You pitch in and share your skills, energy, and time with your family, friends, and the community at large.
It’s lucky that you aren’t afraid of a little bit of hard work, because life often presents challenges.