Each person has a special talent. It can be artistic, technical, math, writing, in short, we all have something we excel at. Taking advantage of this gift in the job market is more than a privilege: it is necessary. It means you will be doing what you love and doing it better than most people.
In addition to talent, in the profession there are skills that can be acquired and developed with practice and personal effort. Among them, the ability to understand and relate well to people. It is a highly valued resource. Some people are born with a vocation for leadership. Others learn by watching leaders and following in their footsteps.
To value and highlight your talents, the first step is to take a self-portrait. Don't think it's simple. It takes sincerity and objectivity. Sit down and write down your best attributes. Be very specific. Keep this text and reflect on it for a few days. Discuss these ideas with someone you trust who knows you well. After a week, go back to the list and coolly review it. What are your qualities really? Where do you stand out? What's more positive? Stick with the most relevant points.
Once you are aware of this information, you should highlight it on your resume (if you are looking for a job) or in your day-to-day work (if you are working). When relating professionally, always remember to highlight these qualities, even in small gestures. There is a funny phrase, often repeated in business circles: “it is not enough to lay the egg, you have to cluck”. It remains true. Through your attitudes and behaviors, make your potential clear, without being arrogant, but clearly. That way everyone around you will be aware of the best you can offer in the profession.
By Bernt Entschev
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