It’s been a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday weekend full of love, family, and of course great food. There are so many blogs, poems, and works of literature that remind us to be grateful for all that we have. This reminder is so true and important to do. So as I write this blog, I consider what I would like to add to this conversation. My contribution is to encourage you to also be thankful for what you can give.
The best thing you can give to the world is your talent and your talent can be a gift to everyone you come in contact with. Your talent may be a gift of music, writing, or some other form of entertainment. Your gift may also be an empathic ear, an ability to charm others and lift their spirits, an ability to heal or inspire, or the ability to direct and lead others to help keep them on track. If you really work hard and hone your gift, your reach in offering your talent grows exponentially. Your gift impacts the lives of others beyond your immediate reach, outside your conscious knowing.
I believe sharing your talent is also an intimate expression of love. For me, helping people design their life – their career, their family relationships is a great gift I can give others. I get to use my talents in research, analysis, creativity, designing, writing, authoring, and even music – in a space that empowers others. For me it all comes together! It’s in the giving that you too will find personal joy and fulfillment.
This is your destiny, or for some your divine purpose. To share your talent or talents to enhance the life of others and in so doing expand your own life experience.
What talents are you thankfully giving to others? Is it your ability to lead a team at work or your family at home? Is it the gift of simply seeking more, inspiring others to search with you? Whatever your gift, my wish is that you offer it thankfully, appreciating all the benefits that you reap too. If you’re not sure what gifts you offer the world or how to develop your talents reach out to Design You Coaching. My coaching practice centers on self-awareness, self-development, and self-reliance. If you’re ready to design your talents, this is the right practice for you.
The life we experience is designed to help us grow. My wish is that you learn from me as much as I learn from you. Share your life lessons and let's build together.