I recently sat with a friend of mine to talk about his career. He’s well-educated, has deep knowledge of a complex business, and has done work with many African countries. He’s married, raising kids, and loves music. And he’s also smart, funny, and a good conversationalist.
And yet when I asked him about networking, he was uncertain about what he had to offer.
Why would someone with so much think they didn’t have enough to offer? Because, like many people, he was simply thinking too narrowly about what he could contribute to others.
Most people have an incredible array of gifts. They just don’t know it. So, whether you’re trying to meet someone or just working out loud, here’s a different way to think about what you have to offer.
“What’s in your hand?”
I’m not a religious person, but in watching old TED talks I came across Pastor…
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