Unleashing your super powers for financial gain makes sense, but it can take some excavation.
The focus of today's work is self assessment...what are your skills and what do you love doing? It is here that you can define your super powers.
Now is not the time to be humble says, Natalie Sisson, of The Suitcase Entrepreneur. If you're not sure, ask those who know you. Often others see what we, ourselves, cannot see, and if it comes easily, you mistakenly may not consider it a true talent.
For me, my skills involve:
- teaching and working with kids
- building and maintaining relationships
- planning and organizing
- brainstorming and idea creation
- adaptability and spontaneity
- financial frugality
- writing for a purpose
- public speaking
- motivating others
- cooking and all things food
- taking pictures
- talking with people
- reading and writing
- outside activity
- inspiring others
- setting and achieving goals
I'm sure that there is some opportunity for a business somewhere at the junction of skill and pleasure, but for now, I'm unsure as to where that lies, and consequently, I'm still not sure as to how I would define my own super power.
This will take more work.
How about you?
Have you discovered your super powers?
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