Are you maximizing your strengths and promoting your
talents at work? If you have sharp analytical skills,
have you sought to apply those skills to your current
job? I know it sounds crazy to ask for more work when
you are already overloaded, but any assistance that
you can provide now will ultimately help you advance
in your present position or in a future one.
You have gifts and talents to offer the world. Your
current or potential employer desperately needs to use
your talents NOW, especially since they are focused on
Just what ARE your talents and how can you apply them
to your career?
1. Discover Your Hidden Talents
a. What are your strengths and weaknesses?
b. How can you capitalize on your strengths and improve
c. Can you enhance your strengths and dissipate your
weaknesses by learning on-the-job or by taking
additional classes or training?
2. Promote Your Talents Within
a. Once you have an analysis of the talents you have to
offer, start promoting them. If you don't tout them,
then no one will.
b. Talk with your boss about helping out the team.
Your pathway to the top is by being someone who can be
3. Take Action
a. After you tell your employer about your hidden
talents and your ideas for using them, you must live
by your words. Remember your integrity is at stake and
that means something.
b. Using your talents is not a one-day project; it is
a way to live and work more effectively every day.
So go out there, and put your talent to work!
It may be hard to focus on your talents when the world
around you is so uncertain. Put your worries behind
you, and your best foot forward. You can be proud of
your effort no matter what the future may bring,
because you swung out and gave it your best shot.
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