Realizing Your Full Potential

Are you grabbing your full personal power and have you created all your possibilities?

The good news is that it’s never too late to discover your full potential.  And because “possibilities” are limitless, you have never truly exhausted all that is possible for you to do or to become, even if the path you’re currently taking seems to have hit a brick wall.

Many of my coaching clients come to me looking for ways to get “unstuck”.  They feel stuck in jobs or even inside their own skin.  They want to stop being limited, to discover new possibilities.  In short, they want to find their personal power and create possibilities, to reach their full potential.

If you’re longing for a change that makes it possible for you to show the world-and yourself-what you’re really made of, here are five steps to take toward realizing your full potential.

Step 1: Write down everything you’re good at, and everything you’re passionate about.

Step 2: Write down everything that is making you feel burned out or that has made your current job or role lose its original shine.

Step 3: Make a list of your achievements, awards and accomplishments.  Don’t worry about bragging.

Step 4: Validate with more testimonials.  Ask a few close friends, trusted colleagues and even supportive family members to send you a few sentences.

Step 5: Dream, brainstorm, explore and reinvent.

I’m always amazed how many people take their talent for granted or forget to mention their passions because they don’t think it’s unique, valuable or important.  If you’re good at something and do it effortlessly, it’s probably one of your greatest strengths.  Remember, just because it’s easy for you doesn’t mean it’s easy for other people!  Be honest with yourself about what you really love.  For other tips on realizing your full potential, click here.

All the best,

Faith


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