Lou Ludwig Success Tips: July 2015

Talent is Like Electricity

Talent is Like Electricity

“Electricity makes no judgment. You can plug into it and

light up a lamp, keep a heart pump going, light a

cathedral, or you can electrocute a person with

it. Electricity will do all that. It makes no

judgment. I think talent is like that.

I believe every person is

born with talent.”

 Maya Angelou 1928 – 2014, American Author, Poet,

Dancer, Actress, Singer        

 

As I see it . . . . . . .

Talent is like electricity

 

Every person . . . . is born with talent.

 

Like electricity . . . . your talent is always there some people realize that . . . . and make the most of their talent . . . . While other seen to be looking for the switch to turn it on. Some will turn it on . . . . and there are some that will never turn the switch on.

 

In order to maximize the use of your talent . . . . you have to direct your talent in the right direction . . . . and plug your goals into it to keep them energized.

 

Having talent . . . . and not self directing it is like leaving the lights on when no one is in the room. The meter is spinning; the electricity is going to be wasted . . . . and no one benefits.   

 

Talent is like electricity . . . . you have to turn it on . . . .  plug into it . . . . and have a purpose to use it for. When you make the best use of it . . . . Do it with a purpose it will light the way for your success journey . . . . . and you will experience long term benefits from it.

 

 

©2015 Lou Ludwig Motivational Power Quote, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author

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