Are you a talented person? Whether you see yourself that way or not, you need to know that you have at least one natural talent.
numbers, or maybe we can visualise solid shapes and are good at thinking in three dimensions. Maybe we are very good at handling small tools with precision, or maybe we are a whizz with computers and the latest electronic gadgets on the market. Perhaps we have no trouble breaking down an idaea into its component parts.
You see, there are many kinds of talent, just as there are many kinds of people, and all are valuable. So, don’t sell yourself short if you can’t compose a symphony or paint like the Old Masters. And don’t sell your kids short, either. Instead, encourage them to find their natural gifts and not worry about the things they’re not so good at. You’ll be helping them to build high self-esteem and create highly individual, satisfying lives.
What are your natural talents? Take some time, and give yourself a good look. Our talents may be a challenge to recognise at first, because of how we’ve been conditioned to define “talent,” but they are there! It is a guarantee.