Uncover Hidden Talents

Purpose – Activity: Uncover hidden talents.

Purpose is about knowing how you will use your talents to add value to life. To uncover hidden talents, look for the intersection between: what you’re best at, what you love to do the most, & what the world needs most. Especially notice activities that capture your attention so much that you lose track of time while you are focused on them – the state of flow.

Use a free printable worksheet for self-assessment at the Brand and Purpose Toolkit or the Talent Matrix Table is a more detailed version available at the Daily PlanIt Shop.

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Free eBook on discovering what you are passionate about: How to Start a Fire | all the tools at List.ly

The next step is to create a personal mission statement.

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My course on Udemy, “Gain Incredible Focus with a Personal Mission Statement” goes into more detail.

A year of personal development is weekly activities for 12 months – each month a focus on a different life area:

  1. Purpose
  2. Mental
  3. Physical
  4. Spiritual
  5. Emotional
  6. Relationships
  7. Social
  8. Financial
  9. Career
  10. Organizational
  11. Recreational
  12. Character


I am fascinated by the process of learning to read English and the idea of gamification to make learning fun. Phonics and literacy have become my passion project. I also write about personal development, goal setting, and time management. I enjoy finding great information, combining it in new ways, and packaging it creatively.

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9 comments on “Uncover Hidden Talents
  1. It is always time for personal growth, and I am trying to improve, endure, and keep my own mouth shut more. We can learn better if we are doing more listening instead of talking.

    Love what you have written, and thank you for sharing. I will be back soon.

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