As you get older, you realize inspiration isn’t always handed to you. Sometimes, you have to go out and find it. And in our current culture, you might be finding yourself having to look really hard. In a time when strangers say the most hateful things on the internet, remember there is still abundant inspiration and happiness waiting for you just a few clicks away. Want love? Peace? Motivation? Creativity? Positivity? Warmth? We’ve rounded up some of the most inspiring Twitter accounts. Check it out!
The 5 Most Inspiring Twitter Accounts
1. Simon Sinek
Sometimes it takes something bad for something good to happen.
— Simon Sinek (@simonsinek) February 24, 2018
Accountability is hard. Blame is easy. One build trust, the other destroys it.
— Simon Sinek (@simonsinek) January 25, 2018
Simon Sinek (@simonsinek) is an author, motivational speaker, and consultant. You might have heard of some of his books, like Start With Why and Leaders Eat Last. While he speaks a lot to people in any kind of leadership position, his Twitter page is jam-packed with inspirational tidbits about compassion, self-improvement, and creating the life you want.
2. Jen Sincero
Be specific about your goals. Then make sure you’re in a full-on lather about them and want them so badly that they are not negotiable. #youareabadass #QOTD #ThursdayThoughts pic.twitter.com/exjjLRGIk4
— jen sincero (@JenSincero) March 29, 2018
— jen sincero (@JenSincero) March 14, 2018
Jen Sincero (@JenSincero) is a #1 New York Times best-selling author, coach, and motivational speaker. A lot of her work centers on helping you become the very best you that you can be. She offers helpful advice for growing financially, professionally, and — oh yeah — kicking butt at everything else in life, in general.
3. Gabby Bernstein
— Gabby Bernstein (@GabbyBernstein) March 30, 2018
Spring is a time of change, which can feel both exciting and a little unsettling. Make this message your mantra and know that you are supported by your connection to loving and powerful source energy. #TheUniverseHasYourBack pic.twitter.com/qzhRPwB7Ps
— Gabby Bernstein (@GabbyBernstein) March 26, 2018
International speaker and #1 New York Times best-selling author Gabby Bernstein (@GabbyBernstein) is a self-described spirit junkie. Even if you don’t consider yourself spiritual, her tweets about finding peace and happiness and filling your life with love will instantly warm your heart.
4. The Dalai Lama
Our real enemies and the enemies of humanity are negative emotions like anger and hatred. Indeed, people who are dominated by powerful negative emotions should be objects of our compassion.
— Dalai Lama (@DalaiLama) April 2, 2018
World peace can only be based on inner peace. If we ask what destroys our inner peace, it’s not weapons and external threats, but our own inner flaws like anger. This is one of the reasons why love and compassion are important, because they strengthen us. This is a source of hope
— Dalai Lama (@DalaiLama) March 23, 2018
Nobody knows inspiration like the Dalai Lama (@DalaiLama). In a time when hate fills the internet, his comforting words will bring you peace and hope in a way no one else can. His message is simple, really: live a life full of love, and the world will be a better place for it.
5. Lori Greiner
— Lori Greiner (@LoriGreiner) April 2, 2018
— Lori Greiner (@LoriGreiner) March 27, 2018
Lori Greiner (@LoriGreiner) of Shark Tank is an entrepreneur, author, speaker, and humanitarian — and she also happens to be empowering woman across the globe. Her wise words apply to a lot more than business. Visit her Twitter page when you need someone to help reignite that fire inside of you.