turning your talents into strengths
Input in Action
– Identify your areas of specialization and actively seek relevant information about those specific items.
– Give yourself deadlines. Your talents make you content to research and gather information for long periods of time, so setting goals for your productivity will help you become even more successful. Perhaps, partner with someone strong in Focus or Discipline who have a natural ability to stay on track.
Input in Careers
– Look for jobs that involve acquiring new information each day, such as teaching, research, or journalism.
– Narrow down a list of careers that interest you, and begin researching information about each of them. This will help you make a knowledgable decision in moving forward.
– Careers on the cutting edge of knowledge are likely a good fit for you.
– You are a natural consumer of research. Consider careers that involve this skill such as media specialists, librarians, writers, and information technologists.