Some of you behind-the-scenes types love getting stuff done and helping. You don’t dig the limelight, however if you have a vision that burns in your heart to get out there, you are going to HAVE to deal with the glare of the spotlight. You have to lead the way, be seen and be heard. You have to raise your profile. Read More →
“When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say, ‘I used everything you gave me.”- Erma Bombeck
When I was a little girl I wrote books and drew pictures as often as I could. Anything that would aid me in using my imagination, I was all in. Crayons, pencils and a notebook was all I needed. I began writing books at the age of 6. I would use every cent that I made from babysitting, to purchase spiral notebooks, to write and illustrate my books. Read More →
This morning Facebook’s On This Day app once again reminded me of a post I shared two years ago.
This made me think about the people in my life and where to position relationships, but also about how I am managing my own talents. It is much like a human resources office. When companies are looking at talent management, they assess their employees capabilities as well as their weaknesses, their experiences with the company and references. Then they make decisions on where to place the talent. Many of us need to make these very assessments within our own lives as well as amongst those we spend the most time with in order to get the most of our ourselves and our relationships. Read More →