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Denise Green

Great post Steve!
It brought to mind an interview I once heard with Steve Martin. When asked about whether he was afraid of the risk inherent in leaving University and making a go in the very demanding world of comedy he replied "I was terrified not to".
All my best, Denise

Anya Law

I love the title of this post. The title describes a lot about talent.I love the line "Everyone is talented at something. Everyone." very en-courageous post. The post makes me thinking again about myself!

Noah Lomax

Awesome thoughts! As one currently seeking a transition, this was very timely! Thanks for the post!

Mike Rogers

Nice post Steve.

I would add that once you have decided what it is you want, then gird up your loins and go after it and put your doubts aside. If you feel it, then do it. It's really about finding what it is you were put here to do. This world would be an even greater place if people could find their passion and go for it - find it and own it!

Mike
www.teamworkleadership.com

Gordon Rendall

Hi, very useful post. I've just bumped into it and found it concrete and useful, very straight to the point. With your tips and some tricks I've heard during the webinars organized by
http://www.blog.ivyexec.com I'm sure I'll easily go through career change. Thanks once again!

Debbie

Great advice in your post. Very wise.
Debbie

christian comedy

This is so true. Sometimes, people think that they do not have a talent but what they actually don't have is that particular talent. Not having one talent doesn't mean you can't be good at something else. All one has to do is find out what he/she is talented in and then find the right place to launch that talent.

Jerry Hingle

I greatly enjoyed this piece. It's great advice for someone who doesn't know where the next steps are in his or her life, and it's definitely advice I will pass on.

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nice post thanks 4 this post

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