Inspirational Stories

Inspirational Stories

Enjoy our collection of motivational and inspirational stories; you will find true ones, folktales, personal experiences, and more, but, all have wisdom and motivating words in them.We hope they start your dayon a positive note. The majority of these have been written by either or Byron Pulsifer. Be inspired by the gems of wisdom found in them!
Do Not Limit Yourself – You will find wise words from my Grandmother.

Wisdom in Stories – History can teach us many things and offers much that we can apply.

My Brother-In-Laws Shark– funny but one that is inspiring

The Power You Can Not Buy – Words to inspire

The Making of a Friend– About a friend with whom I found true friendship with

A Dream Now a Reality – A true story to encourage you to set your goals and to persevere in making your dreams a reality.

Do Dreams Count– A message with the subject content focusing on success.

Worry Not Bug – A tale of a rock that reminds us not to worry.

Success Comes To Those Who Persevere – Perseverance is the ability to keep going in spite of obstacles and challenges.

Wings of Wisdom, the first book – My own written narration of being determined, and persistent..

Wings for Goals, a goal in itself– Accomplish more in a year than most people accomplish in a lifetime.

Motivational Photos – An account of how surrounding yourself with positive reminders can have a positive impact.

Marilyns CD Equals Passion – A true account of one persons passion.

How Old Are You – about how old would you be, if.

Nails That Destroy about people working together and actions that can hurt and destroy

Don’t We All Want To – Many times we see other people and think wouldn’t that be great to do what they do.

Moms Wisdom – The best ones knowledge often come from our elders. Their experience can provide you with inspirational advice that will help you in achieving the success you desire in your life.

Achievement of Goals – A true story of setting our goals, facing challenges, and finally, the achievement of our goals.

A Little Bit of Kindness – There are times in our life when we don’t take action because we feel the action is too little.

Sam’s Custom Bookmark – demonstrates no matter what your age you can still set and achieve your goals.

Did We Fail – Some may consider what we did a failure. Read this and see if you agree with our thoughts.

Much To My Surprise – A small change can make a big difference.

The Best Is Not Always – about teamwork.

Laziness Is Not Patience – What defines patience. Find answers here

What Is Your Destiny – about one man’s destiny and the choices he made
Waiting for No Risk – So many people are risk adversed it is amazing.

An Important Question – How would you answer this question

The View From A Hospital Window – about not having regrets

The Last Roses – A heartfelt tale that reminds us to live each day.

Only A Few Words – We all start somewhere

Balance of Life – A motivational message to remind us about the balance of life

A Wake Up Call – a reminder you to live each day.

Find The Potential– about one person who did have potential, but perhaps felt like he didn’t.

The Biggest Package – Human behavior is amazing to study.

Less Is Much Better– Let this remind you to have an open, non-judgemental mind to realize that we are all brothers and sisters.

My Memorable Cab Ride– Are you creating your own prison

A Car Accident – Sometimes we take life for granted.

Use It Or Lose It – Answer this riddle about use it or lose it – what is the it.

A Mother and A Lot More – Motherhood changing with time

Follow Your Own Drummer – Would you compromise your values to move up the ladder.

Beyond The No Fault Friend– Do you find comfort in friends, what about the times when they do things that annoy you

The Beginnings of Teamwork – let this remind you of how a team works.

May Not And Perhaps – In everything you do use positive expressions that feed your mind with thoughts of success.

My Grandfathers Collection – My Grandfather, Alan Beyea, lived into his 90’s.

Selling Our Business – A decision not made lightly, but sometimes I believe that fate has a way of making things work out

What Comes First– When thinking about success in life what is first – success or wealth

How Valuable Are You – Let me tell you about two people I worked with

The Poor Me Syndrome – We hope you do not have this syndrome

A Little Bit Every Day– If you are overwhelmed read this

An Obstacle Is Born – If your plans do not work out do you stop?

Going To Sleep Did Not Help – A life lesson from Dad

I May Be Lost – The reminder that an absent minded professor gave us

Mixed Blessings – I’ll never forget the day Marilyn came in my office.

Be Realistic– Do goals relate to needs and wants.

My Mother’s Love– never underestimate the power of a mothers love

The Power of Your Words – you have more influence that you realize
Have A Great Life – We all met people who impress and inspire us.

What is Enough – a good question, find the answer

Blindness In More Ways – about blindness not in the literal sense but in the sense of people giving back

Living Life Like Money– an interesting comparision

One Starlit Night– Reminds us to look beyond what we see as normal or routine

Changing Lifestyles– We stood in the kitchen talking. I was discussing my upcoming change in lifestyle.

What Goes Around Comes Around– The title best describes this well.

A Gift You Are Given To Use – We all love to receive gifts. But what is the most important gift that you have been given.

Build Your Bridges – A tale of two brothers that let the bridge fall down.

You Can?t Keep Me Down– about making choices and being told that you can not achieve or amount to anything.

To Each A Little Rain– It happens to every one of us, we all experience a little rain in our life

The Gift Of Friendship Is Invaluable– A real life event where the author is questioning his actions

What Does Commitment Mean To You – Always stay committed to yourself

Forgive Yourself – my Grandfather and his regrets

Just Thinking Is Not Preparation – for success in any project, personal or professional, planning and preparation is a key.

Wanna Do’s– Growing up, we lived in the country.

Do You Have A Parachute -Recognize the people who have packed your parachute, who have made a difference in your life

Impact of Christmas Shoes Song– Most of us are familiar with the song, Christmas Shoes.

What Is It To Be Grateful– can learn from you. Watching you teaches me how to be grateful and to count my blessings

Making Mistakes– about mistakes and change using the example of drinking and driving

Adjusting Sails– A friend of mine had a terrible childhood.

Today Is The Best Day – We sat on the swing enjoying the warm summer air.

Stop and Focus – are you focused, stop and read this

Overcoming Other People’s Opinion – An individual who has defied others beliefs.

If Only Someday I’ll Was A Destination – A thank you for to all the procrasinators of the world

The Waste You Regret – What is this you may ask

Believing In Your Dreams – man that took over 30 years to accomplish his dream

Do Or Do Not – A conversation between a father and son about the son’s potential.
Story-telling is a form of communication that has been used forgenerations. They are a wonderfulway to express our thoughts. Reading someone’s experiences can make us feel better especially if we are experiencing a similar situation. To quote author, Stewart O’Nan, “All stories teach us something, and promise us something,whether they’re true or invented, legend or fact.”

We all have a story and the ending of our it depends solely on us. To quote Author,Mary McCarthy, “We are the hero of our own story.” It is our hopethat by reading these that they will motivate or inspire you to be the hero of your story! And, remember “your life is a story make it a best seller”.

We also offer reviews of Inspirational Books which contain our thoughts on books that we have read, many of them tell a story that can help you see situations in a different perspective. To quote Bell Hooks, “Life-transforming ideas have always come to me through books.”

Barry Lopez once said, “If stories come to you, care for them. And learn to give them away where they are needed. Sometimes a person needs a story more than food to stay alive.” Share our messages with those who could benefit from them.


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