The Pervasive Talent Myths Meet FLOW, Using Your Strengths

The findings cited are common. Consider the Talent Myth not as a myth but as a capacity FACT. Such views that you can be ANYTHING create an economy of self-help seminars, books, academies and plenty of revenue in leadership coaching. One label for this prevailing viewpoint is Blank Slate, a you-can-be-anything view given the proper attitude, support and practice. It is also a recipe for frustration and unhappiness, often limiting full effectiveness and success. Consider a different approach.

Write Your Business Plan in Pencil and consider a Vision Board

In my case, I used a sheet of flipchart paper to list three major categories.  Then do a quick brainstorm to list all your present business work via post-it notes, or use a spreadsheet.   It is then easy to review your activities by grouping them in categories or simply the use the big three:Continue reading “Write Your Business Plan in Pencil and consider a Vision Board”