What are fish good at? Swimming! Breathing under water!
Do fish know they are good at these things? Do they think about it? I imagine not; it’s just what they do!
What are you good at? ___________! __________________!
Do you know you are good at these things? Do you think about it? I imagine not; it’s just what you do!
In fish-world most everyone swims, which is where my analogy breaks down.
In human-world, each person has different innate talents. I won’t claim everyone is in a state to use their talents, but you’re spending time reading this book, so let’s explore the idea.
- What types of questions do people generally ask you?
- What problems do people come to you for help?
Exploring these questions for myself, I have learned I’m a good listener. I’m also grounded, for lack of a better term.
People have described me as “like a tree.”
Missy once had a dream where everything was in chaos, while I was standing in the middle, calmly holding space.
This chapter appeared after Jeremy Weikel reminded me
Another take-away from our talk: Keep an eye out for other parts of yourself that you consider ordinary, normal, and unremarkable, but that you see other people take note of. Hidden superpowers revealed = sacred gifts given to us, to use to heal this world.