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Increase Your Success In All Areas Of Life By Discovering Your Natural Talents

Increase Your Success in All Areas of Life by Discovering Your Natural Talents

Post Series: Aspirations Series!

Although most of us can speak right up if someone inquires about our weaker points, we’re often less in tune with what we do well. However, knowing what you can excel at contributes to your capacity for success.

 

So, how much do you know about your talents? How can you discover more about the things you do really well?

 

Try these strategies to discover your natural talents:

 

  1. Ask each of your parents. Your parents have observed your behavior and temperament through all your stages of development. They’ll know more than anyone what skills you’ve shown, even as a young child.
  • Listening to their stories can be very inspiring. Consider yourself on a mission to discover your true gifts.
  • What does your dad think you’re good at? Your mom’s observations will likely be somewhat different than what your dad says.
  • Perhaps you can ask your grandparents as well.
  1. Pay attention during job evaluations. One of the best ways to find out about what you’re good at is to listen to what your boss says during your job evaluations. Strive to be optimistic during your evaluations and analyze the feedback.
  2. Listen to comments and advice from others. You’re being given an opportunity to learn from how others see you. They might help you discover a talent that you weren’t aware of.
  3. Complete an interest inventory or aptitude test at a local community college. These types of tests are often free or low-cost. They ask very specific questions about your own opinions of yourself. Open up and answer honestly and fully.
  • The test results highlight your top interests, which you can then pursue to find out which ones you’re best at. Even if it costs $10 to $50 to take these tests, the information you gain will be worth it.

 

  1. What do you think you’re good at? If you believe you do well at something, you’ll focus on it, do it more often, and develop pride in your accomplishments. Write down the skills in which you think you excel.
  2. Consider all aspects of life. A hobby you enjoy could become a lucrative career. Your relationship skills might make you the best parent ever. Becoming aware of your natural talents could move your life forward in wonderful ways you never even considered before.

 

  • At work, in what areas do others ask you for help?
  • At home, what can you complete in the blink of an eye?
  • What tasks do you look forward to doing?
  • Do you enjoy making up a story to tell your child at bedtime?
  • Have you developed your own weight loss program or meditation plan?
  • Maybe design comes natural to you. Do others compliment your home or yard?

 

Recognizing what you do best can contribute to truly living the life you’ve always dreamed of. Take some time this week to assess the skills you do well. Increase your chances for success now by determining the things you excel at. Your life’s journey can become one great adventure!

adrianjeffersonchofor

Adrian Jefferson Chofor is a professional with over 25 years in the publishing, academia, and healthcare industries. She is also a former expatriate having lived in Italy, Spain, and Germany where she conducted workshops and seminars for executives and professionals. Adrian is an entrepreneur and a certified life coach with a passion for helping others through public speaking, training and coaching.

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