Monthly Archives: January 2013

How to Find Your Natural-Born Genius

I believe that everyone has innate talents – skills for which they have innate capacity, but “I’m not particularly talented at anything,” is a phrase that I frequently hear from my coaching clients. Advertisements

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How to Find a Satisfying Career: Putting Your Natural Skills to Work

There is an old Chinese proverb from Lao Tzu that says “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” My version would read “Give … Continue reading

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How to Take Your Job and Love It – Use Your Natural Talents Not Your Acquired Skills

Ever wonder why your work tires you out so easily, or why you have no excitement for the career you have chosen? Are there certain tasks that initially felt like an exciting challenge but now feel like drudgery? Do you … Continue reading

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Why Change Efforts Often Fail

The 2012 general election is behind us and if your party won, you are feeling excited about the changes a second term for Obama will bring about. “Now he will be able to really make some changes!” If your party … Continue reading

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