Inspiration and Guidance come from a place outside of one's "self". And although I am not an authority, it seems to me that meditation, the ability to hear the small, still voice, is a path toward being shown the way. And I have a vague sense that after meditation passes into imperviousness it conveys a benefit upon others, not unlike broadcasting.
There are various people and settings which have meaning for us. Mr. Baruch is, for me, one of those people. The late, great Annie Orr is another. Here's more about her: http://www.newstimes.com/local/article/Annie-Orr-pillar-of-righteousness-dies-4175872.php
There's something about the Danbury Fair Mall, too. As a teenager working my first job at WLAD in Danbury CT, we broadcast live every Autumn from the Great Danbury State Fair. Years later the Fair was replaced by the mall. And it's there, early in 2011, that my own meditation became continuous. Here's a glimpse of the mall at its most tranquil: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIKPsVFfdDA
You probably have your own inspirational figures and favorite places. These people and locations guide us toward serving a larger purpose.