My aha moment was the 6 Inspiration styles. As a personal trainer, I start at the Visionary style because the first thing I ask my clients is what is your goal. From there it goes to affiliative, this is where I go further into their goals to see if I am the correct fit to meet their needs, if not, I would recommend the person who is better suited for the client to reach their goal, since that situation was not met, I would return to the Visionary stage until that situation is satisfied. Once the situation is met, I am in coach mode, I stay in this style for a good amount of time, by first showing the movement, have the client go through some drills, then having the client perform the movement. Once the client has established a good habit I switch to feeling the rest of the time, writing up workouts and minor coaching cues.
The "Who do you want to inspire right now?" is a tough question. We tend to inspire others without realizing that we are inspiring them. Recently I've seen a commercial that deals with minor wants. For example, the commercial I am referring to starts with a guy admiring another person's car because it was more expensive, saying that they "want" that particular thing and it started to get surreal. From the car it went to a guy on a bike saying that he had a car, from there it continued on to a guy walking to eventually cuts to a guy in a hospital bed looking out the window wishing he could do all of those things.
Inspiration is everywhere no matter how big or small the situation(s) are, we just need to know where to look.