The term inspiration originated c. 1300, "immediate influence of God or a god," especially that under which the holy books were written, from Old French inspiracion "inhaling, breathing in; inspiration" (13c.), from Late Latin inspirationem (nominative inspiratio), noun of action from past-participle stem of Latin inspirare "blow into, breathe upon," figuratively "inspire, excite, inflame," from in- "in" (from PIE root *en "in") + spirare "to breathe."
Business problems need creative solutions. Where do you inhale something new? Canada? Inspiration is one of the three spaces for innovation. There are problems in all business. No problems = no risk taking. Find a problem to solve. Question the status quo, get outside, doodle, don't analyze, take a risk, and have fun. Be inspired to innovate.
Inhale a risk, innovate toward a goal, breathe in a new flame