A bit uninspired?

The other day I ran across someone's facebook status that said this, "[I say there is no such thing as a lazy person; he's either sick or uninspired. If a person is sick, he should go to his doctor. If he's uninspired, there are several things he should do. He should read and re-read this book, listen to motivational speakers, and associate with inspirational people. - Zig Ziglar, "See You At The Top."] And I totally related to it!  Mainly the first part about a lazy person basically just being a sick or uninspired person.  And since I am not sick, I must say that I am feeling a bit uninspired.  I am not sure what my next step in life is, but it is reassuring to think that if I can just get inspired, then I can make it happen.  Isn't that the truth though?  If you didn't have anything to get up for in the morning, wouldn't you be really tempted to just stay in bed?  Well that's kind-of what it feels like to be uninspired- it feels like a lack of motivation to get going because there seems to be no direction in which to move.  
To inspire means
a : to influence, move, or guide by divine or supernatural inspiration
b : to exert an animating, enlivening, or exalting influence on <was particularly inspired by the Romanticists>c : to spur on : impelmotivate <threats don't necessarilyinspire people to work>d : affect <seeing the old room again inspired him with nostalgia

That's what I need- to be influenced, to be spurred on, to be affected.  That is my goal from here on out.  To trust that God is going to inspire me, to guide me as He does and to be proactive in finding and following things that get me moving!