Leveraging Childhood Talents in Your Career

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Some of your best skills, talents, and passions stem from childhood. Too bad most of us dismiss them as child's play. Here's one story of a dyed in the wool planner who used it to her advantage to build a thriving business (where work feels like play!).

I have always been a planner. Since I was a little girl.

While many little girls were playing Barbie and house, my imagination role-play games included organizing neighborhood children to put on a variety show. And when there were no other kids around, my poor sister had to endure my choreography and director’s wrath so we could get the show “just right” (think Cher’s Half Breed album 1973).

Read the full post on From Cher to Julie McCoy: This Girl’s a Planner! on Bryn Johnson.

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