Your Strength

If you stink at math, would you consider being a mathematician? If you hate English, would you like to be a writer?

Everyone has their God given gift. Everyone has their strength. Did you ever say…I’m really good at that! There is your gift.

I often say…good thing walking is not my best ability. Well,  my gift is writing or communications. I can listen. I was trained at Rutgers. I’ve worked on undergraduate and graduate degrees there. I’ve taken communication courses, English and public speaking. I knew my gift in high school.

We all have gifts. What is yours?

Work toward strengthening your gift. Your gift fits nicely into the puzzle of life. You are needed. You are important. Your gift is needed.

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