Five-Part Series on Know Your Assets for Significance

Yesterday I finished a five-part series of articles called, Know Your Assets for Significance.

I have this belief that any person can make a significant difference in the world. That goes hand in hand with my belief that every person has assets to make a significant difference. I believe that a person’s assets are not his or her title, income, authority, gender, race, height, size, personality type, or connections. I believe a person’s assets are his or her strongest character strengths, most valuable talents, greatest passions, most important beliefs, and most effective spontaneous thoughts.

I hope you find the ideas in these articles useful in your work life, in your community life, and in your home life. Here is a link to the articles. They are listed near the top under the theme of Thinking Traits of Significant Difference-Makers.

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