Everyone requires motivation to move ahead of the given tasks. Many people are self-motivated, some needs motivation from external sources from time to time. Regardless, all have their idols or figures they look up to, who inspire them to achieve greatness with determination.
Three people who inspire me to have to be my mother, my husband, and Bear Grylls.
My mother has taught me to have courage and patience. She is a doctor; she has had a life full of battles. She fought those with courage, some were very long, yet she had been very patient, smiling through the pain, raising two children. All was not easy, but it was made to seem a piece of cake. After growing up and learning from her, I finally understand the value of patience. It is required in personal and more professional situations to have the patience to deal with all sorts of problems, and to have the courage to stand up for oneself, even if it means standing alone.
My husband has taught me to be self-dependent and to not wait, but rather actively try to grab for opportunities and to succeed. My husband is a well-respected self-made man. Today he is a successful businessman, financially and socially stable. The most important thing I have learned from him is to be self-dependent. He has carved me into this person who is now confident and on the path to being self-dependent. He is a perfect example of a combination of smart and hard work. He has excelled at all of his projects, and I hope I can be successful in my career and make him and my family proud.
And finally, Bear Grylls, a British adventurer from the TV series ‘Man vs. Wild’. One thing I've learned from watching his series over the years is to always be attentive and to be on the safe side, the second is I have learned is perseverance. No matter how bad we find the situation and how lost we are. Perseverance is the key, if we just have the courage and determination to keep going ultimately the solution would be found. But, at the same time, we have to be focused and attentive, to try and sense any problem before the situation gets worse. One of the most important things is to always have back-up plans and to have safety nets, because no matter how hard we try, we cannot predict the situation in long term, and being prepared for the worst always helps.
Summing up, these three persons, my mother, my husband, and Bear Grylls, inspire me, give me motivation to move forward and achieve all my goals.