The word Inspire, implies a feeling and thought, it comes from inside.
I love the feeling, spontaneous, invigorating, building, and ready to get things done and live. As it comes from inside, the mastery is not first focused outside of us, we must learn to get to know ourselves, look in the mirror, smile at the things we don’t like, spend time with them and get to know how they work and how they came to be. Mastery is not a perfect all the time thing; it is a level to be attained, a consistent focus and growth, through practice and commitment.
You do not have to learn to master anything completely alone, those who have reached mastery before you, can guide and support you on your journey. If you think about it most of you can say you are a “Master of Walking”, could you not? You watched those around you do it from a little child and practised with passion, not caring if you fell down, you got back up again until it was mastered after many attempts. All things in life in which we commit to and allow consistent practice and support, we will master. I know you can “Master Inspired Living”, do you?