Talent

“Understand that talent doesn’t mean intelligence, motivation, or personality traits. It’s an innate ability to do some specific activity especially well.”

Author: Geoffrey Colvin,  What it Takes to be Great in Fortune article published 19 October 2006

Reflection: During these difficult days, as we begin to recover from the pandemic, let us use our talents in creative and inspiring ways where possible. We all have them. Try something new,  as I am doing here. Show your talents to others. If friends disparage you then they were probably not your friends to begin with. Your skill will increase as you practice deliberately and often, and you will become closer to perfection with each passing day. Share what you can do especially well.

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