One of the best sources for inspiration out there is reading. Yet in our attention anaemic world it can be hard to find time to really sink into a good work of fiction or non-fiction, thus I recommend a reading strategy for the time deprived: Read 2 pages per day.
This is similar to what I recommend to my fencing students with my 5-minutes per day practice strategy. 2 pages may seem like a paltry amount, and in some ways it is, but it really is better than nothing and it can break the reading inertia. Over the course of a year, even at only 2 pages, you can finish at least a book and a half and many very dense works of non-fiction could probably use a little digesting and implementation time that this slow pace would afford you.
The thing I find with 2 pages per day is that it’s easy to fit in at any time during the day or even before bed if you forgot. 2 pages can often lead you to a greater amount of reading once you start which is particularly good with those dense works.
Sure a good work of pulp fiction often reads itself but dedicating yourself to expanding your mind and reading things that are truly significant sometimes requires a bit of clever inertia breaking, why not start today?