Lessons learned about talent

  

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Did you know how you feel about talent is related to how
you feel about your lessons learned about talent?

For your consideration here are a few ideas about talent.

Talent is…

…a gift to the world
…an innate ability
…inspirational, and motivational

           Conclusions, and takeaways

Accept your talent.

You take your lessons learned about talent to the next level
when you…

Acknowledge, and share your talent
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Bottom line: Nuture your talent, your ability to transform the world.

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