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  • Talent Week 3

    Week 3 “Great ability develops and reveals itself increasingly with every new assignment.” Baltasar Gracian, 17th Century Jesuit priest Translation for Adults: Most humans tend to be born with some natural talents. They may be physical or mental, but they are still raw talents that must be developed to become highly useful and beneficial. Most professional athletes have natural, physical talents, but they require years of practice to train and discipline those talents, so those athletes can perform at the highest level. Your natural talents also require practice and training to improve your performance. Simply using your talents is not enough. It is also important to ....

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  • Talent Wk 2

    “We are always more anxious to be distinguished for a talent which we do not possess, than to be praised for the fifteen which we do possess.” Mark Twain, American author of Huckleberry Finn Translation for Adults: Instead of dwelling negatively on the talents you don’t possess, celebrate and put to good use the talents that are yours to share. It’s perfectly reasonable to recognize that you can’t run a four-minute mile or become a chess champion, but then forget your non-talents and concentrate on what you do well. Don’t neglect the talents you do have, while complaining about those you don’t. Don’t hesitate to learn new skills, but ....

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  • Talent

    Talent Week 1 “Mediocrity knows nothing higher than itself, but talent instantly recognizes genius.” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, British author, most notably Sherlock Holmes Translation for Adults A common trait of all talented people is that they never stop trying. Even if you have already developed good communications, time management, relationships or other skills, then you should never become complacent and stop trying to improve those skills, and learn others. If you never reach to achieve anything more challenging than that which you have already accomplished, then your talents will never increase. Once you recognize that you must strive for something greater, you will ....

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  • Excellence 2

    " The ancient Greek definition of happiness was the full use of your powers along lines of excellence." John F Kennedy, 35th President of the United States Translation for Adults Studies have revealed again and again that most adults are stuck in jobs they do not enjoy and provide little or no satisfaction. You are more likely to excel at tasks and occupations that you enjoy doing. Maybe you are unhappy with your job because you feel it is below you or that you should hold a more authoritative position. The path to happiness (your goal) is to work hard to earn that position. If you use your skills to aim for excellence, then you are more likely to reach your full potential. ....

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  • Excellence

    "I am careful not to confuse excellence with perfection. Excellence, I can reach for; perfection is God's business." Michael J Fox TV and Film Actor Translation for Adults Many adults think they must be perfect to earn the respect of family members, friends and co-workers. Not only does this cause unnecessary stress, but also it's impossible. Instead, aim for excellence, not perfection. You are more likely to achieve your goals if they are realistic. Personal and professional excellence is achievable when you work hard and perform to the best of your abilities. If you put forth your best effort everyday, even if it is not perfect, then you can achieve excellence. Translation for ....

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