Sunday, February 7, 2016

Quotes and Action Steps Series (#6). “Everybody has talent, it’s just a matter of moving around until you’ve discovered what it is.” George Lucas

George Lucas (via Wikipedia)

Let us explore great quotes of the past and of the present to know how we can apply them to our life.
Note: Some sayings have been repeated a few times over the centuries, and from time to time we find that one quote is attributed to several different authors. 

“Everybody has talent, it’s just a matter of moving around until you’ve discovered what it is.”  George Lucas


What does that mean?
Let’s start with a definition of talent. Talent is the natural endowments of a person.
So we’re all born with talents, because talent is the natural endowments.  We are all good at something, but it’s not so easy to figure out what this “something” is.   
Discovering your talent will help you to be more satisfied in life.

Where can I apply this in my life?

A good way to figure out what talents you might have is to think about what you loved doing in your childhood. What could you spend hours on end doing something to be happy? And how do you spend your free time now? Quite possible, the activities that give you the feeling of happiness are your talents.
Make a list of several things you have seen on TV, read in books or heard from your friends that might be interesting to try.
Make a plan for what needs to be done.  You will have to determine if you are going to learn from books, on-line courses or a class.
Don't be worry about what other people think and say about your talents. Don’t give up if you fail.
Share your talents (at least with your friends and family).
Someday you might want to make one of your talents your profession. But finding your talents is not only about how your make money. You may prefer to separate your job and your talent as a pleasurable hobby. It’s only your choice.


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