Visioning – If You Can See It, You Can Be IT

The last series of blogs supported you through elevating the experiences of your life and viewing them from new lens. You were guided through various exercises starting with identifying your unique strengths and then considering how to carve a new biography for your life. This next series of blogs will focus on visioning.


Preparing Your New Biography

As promised in last week’s blog, this week will be dedicated to preparing a new biography based on your unique strengths.

Let us first start by gaining an understanding of what biography means. According to Wikipedia a biography is a detailed description or account of a person’s life or as I would put it, a collection of their experiences. This collection of experiences is more than just their work and education; it is a more detailed account of how they expressed themselves in this world.


Self-Examination and Analysis of Life’s Experiences

In last week’s blog, we talked about unique strengths and how to identify them. As a starting point, we asked you to look at the very things you have been doing all your life: the ‘what’ you were doing, paying particular attention to the ‘how’ you were doing it.


What are unique strengths and how do we identify them?

In the last blog, I shared with you that inherent in each of us is a unique set of strengths that we express all the time.  In that blog I used the example of President Obama, highlighting that to become aware of these strengths and how to express them is a true path to success and ever-expanding opportunities.  This week’s blog is dedicated to what unique strengths are and how we can identify them.


Investing your unique strengths for success

As many of us were captivated by the journey of Barack Obama to the White House and the world watched in awe as he marched steadily and confidently toward winning the 2008 presidential election, much was said and written about his strategy, his team, his message, his “luck” in achieving what was widely thought to be the ‘impossible’.

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