Twitter can be one of the best sources of inspiration for you if you follow the right people. It can also be an overwhelming place to stay informed. If you follow hundreds of thousands of people your Twitter feed could be full of tweets you don’t actually need. Want some inspiration? Start following inspirational people today.
There are incredibly amazing people who share some of the best ideas, links, quotes, advice and useful information on various platforms. Don’t miss out on some of the best ideas in your industry. Start searching and following the most influential people in your industry today.
And when I say “follow,” it doesn’t necessarily means follow them only on Twitter. You can find out if they have blogs, websites or platforms where they share their ideas with the rest of the world.
Whether you’re looking for inspiration in your daily life or trying to find your voice online, these people can change your perception about life and living or business and running it.
When we tell people to do their jobs, we get workers. When we trust people to get the job done, we get leaders.
— Simon Sinek (@simonsinek) September 25, 2014
5 Times Failure Made Everything Awesome – Gary Vaynerchuk https://t.co/UmaI7bcWzO
— Gary Vaynerchuk (@garyvee) January 15, 2015
How you make other people feel about themselves says a ton about how you feel about yourself. #beawesome #spreadawesome
— Kid President (@iamkidpresident) January 3, 2015
We live in a time where one of the differentiating factors between media platforms is mere seconds: Vine: 6, SnapChat: 10, & Instagram: 15.
— Nick Bilton (@nickbilton) January 16, 2015
How Caffeine Evolved to Help Plants Survive and Help People Wake Up http://t.co/AcnufAS03C
— Jad Abumrad (@JadAbumrad) January 8, 2015
if I am ever abducted by aliens, I just may be compelled to ask, “Do you have Hoverboards on your home planet?"
— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) January 15, 2015
Edge Question 2015 and thinking machines. A perpective by @lucadibiase http://t.co/4AmX76liOd
— John Brockman (@edge) January 19, 2015
For #MLK Day, an infographic analysis of what made the rhetoric of“I Have a Dream” so powerful http://t.co/jmz52B5xR4 pic.twitter.com/Gsr3dbefdF
— Maria Popova (@brainpicker) January 20, 2015
Students who earn straight "A"s in school do so not because of good Teachers but in spite of bad Teachers.
— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) January 10, 2015
Brilliance is Distributed Around The World; Opportunity However is Not http://t.co/KYhb889W24
— Brian Solis (@briansolis) January 17, 2015
Next rocket landing on drone ship in 2 to 3 weeks w way more hydraulic fluid. At least it shd explode for a diff reason.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 16, 2015
Six Strategies on How to Rise to the Top in Any Field http://t.co/PsgHOmCxAO via @creativitypost @JonathanLWai
— Scott Barry Kaufman (@sbkaufman) January 20, 2015
"The facts have not changed enough." http://t.co/GQHoWG9dgF
— Ta-Nehisi Coates (@tanehisicoates) January 17, 2015
With @KatieCouric katieshow talking about how to ask for a raise and negotiating #leaningin http://t.co/hRdulvYF6w
— Sheryl Sandberg (@sherylsandberg) March 11, 2013
Seth's Blog: You are what you share http://t.co/6qofdNuQ92
— Seth Godin (@ThisIsSethsBlog) January 16, 2015
Science is used to being dominant, and religion is used to being defensive. Can Science and Religion Save Each Other? http://t.co/gg6pcmQmI6
— Deepak Chopra (@DeepakChopra) January 19, 2015