You probably have a skill that trumps them all.
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Have you ever wished you had the same talent at the high profile entrepreneurs you see on the covers of the magazines?
I mean, it’s unfair, why were they born with all the necessary talents while you possess none of them.
But what if I told you that you COULD actually have talents that trump whatever it is that they have and that you are better equipped to succeed in the long run?
This is exactly what we are going to discuss in today’s episode
Here is one of my favorite quotes:
“High expectations are the key to everything.”
– Sam Walton, founder Walmart
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So for today I wanted to talk to you about something that I actually just discussed with a friend of mine about faith and stuff like that.
Because there are some skills that are very popular and very well documented in school, in the media and everywhere, social media and blah, blah, and basically people assume that these are the only skills that are worth something, you know, and if you don't have those skills, then you suck.
And there are some people who have those skills and are celebrated and admired. And some people actually feel really bad about this, thinking that they have to have the same skills.
So what I wanted my friend to understand was that there are other skills that you can have that are not like high profile skills, but they can actually get you there and eventually one day once you get to the top, then this is where people will realize that, you know what? That skill that that person has is actually something pretty cool, you know?
You can actually get quite frustrated and start doubting yourself, thinking that, oh, it's not for me. I'm not cut out for this. And I need this skill because otherwise it's impossible to make it, you know, and as I say, there are millions of different ways of making it.
So it could be that you have a skill that you don't actually consider a skill because society doesn't necessarily promote it. OK, so what I was trying to get her to understand was mainly that you could have a natural talent for something.
You probably have a skill that trumps them all
That skill could be your resilience and your determination. The one thing with people who have been successful all their life is that you don't actually know how they're going to handle setback.
Right, because the success is not actually measured by how well you're going to excel when everything goes well. It’s more how are you going to handle the setbacks, because there are going to be setbacks.
And, you know someone who's never known hardship, when they're facing hardship, some people will just crumble, you know what I mean?
Whereas if you have a skill where you are resilient and whatever happens, you just go for it and stuff and you never give up and you work hard, then that will actually take you farther or take you to the same level of someone who had a natural skill.
So what I'm trying to say here is, you know, the people who have like this talent and stuff that you admire and they've always been elevated to some level or something. You don't know what will happen when they meet a setback.
OK, so it means that those people, obviously you don't wish them to crumble or you don't wish them to, you know, to go through depression and that kind of stuff or fail, you know.
But what I'm saying is someone who's been on the pedestal, all their life, you don't know how they're going to react when this is going to happen.