Four Superpowers that Shape Your Potential

Four Superpowers that Shape Your Potential

Knowing you have hidden talents, (your potential) is like knowing you have superpowers, but it is really difficult to use them properly if you don’t know what they are or how they work. We all have things we do very well, it’s called potential. I like to call them superpowers because those are the attributes that inspire individuals to live their true purpose in life.

Have you deployed your Superpowers? Are you living your true genius? Most of us live our lives based upon things we know, or what is expected of us. I would like to help you discover your innate superpowers. Albert Einstein famously said, “Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing it is stupid.” Once you witness a fish swimming in the water, you can see its true genius. You can see the superpower of the fish.

Do you know your four Superpowers that shape your potential? I am going to focus on this topic for the blog today. The four ATTRIBUTES=SUPERPOWERS everybody has are the following:

  • Life Orientation
  • Life Domain
  • Life Role
  • Interests Inventory

I am going to use myself as an example on how the Compass program works and this will also allow all of you to know more about me and my super powered potential…

The Compass program revealed that I am an: Intellectual-Philosophically oriented person, which makes sense because I always want to know the “why” of life. My life domain is: Information, which is absolutely correct because I love learning new things and sharing my knowledge with others, just as I am doing right now. The Compass program detailed my life role as: Leader, which is another correct assessment because I am a philosophical, thoughtful leader, and I use these skills in my practice, Living My Purpose. All of this information helps me identify and understand how to position myself in life. My fourth attribute, or superpower, is the Personal Interest Inventory, which details the things I enjoy and do well. The Compass found that I am an: Enterprising-Persuader and an Investigative Thinker, this is proven by my daily work.

So, once I have the information from the assessments based on my attributes… what is next? The Compass program automatically gives me the answer. I can get a rough idea by looking at the different categories on each chart and see which one aligns with ‘who I am’ and not simply based on ‘what I know’. Additionally, I can correlate the data from five different assessments, which are all included in the Compass system.

What is the benefit? Well, this powerful program concluded that I would excel in careers where I can use my analytical, philosophical, curious, and independent style to help others obtain important information and improve their lives. As you can see, this fits me perfectly and describes what I currently do in my practice. I research a lot of different material and figure out how to put it together in a way that will inspire people to find their hidden talents within. I deeply believe in individual potential and the power of living a life of true genius. My company, Living My Purpose, along with the Compass program helps individuals do just that… The Compass program confirmed that I have chosen the right career for myself. I am proud to say I am very successful with the work I do, and I also enjoy it… immensely. I am using my SUPERPOWERS to make a positive change in the world.

I use Compass to help inspire my clients and help them learn about their superpowers and how to engage their SUPER POWERED potential to positively change the world. If you would like to learn more about Compass and living your true genius go to:

See how Compass has helped others in this video: [wpdevart_youtube]OqvRv4HSPxs[/wpdevart_youtube]

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