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How to See the Light in Others

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The best talent is bringing out talent in others, but what if it is very hard to SEE the talent in someone? I hope this inspires you to help others. Learn more at http://www.kasanoff.com

How to See the Light in Others

  1. HOW TO SEE THE LIGHT IN OTHERS BRINGING OUT TALENT IN OTHER PEOPLE BogenFruend/Flickr
  2. LIGHT your special gifts, what you were born to do ¡kuba!/Flickr
  3. Some people make it easy Julie70/Flickr for you to see their light inside.
  4. Others hide as long as possible. supivas/Flickr
  5. EarsAreGood/Flickr They may hide inside their talents… or from their talents.
  6. How to see the light inside…. fontplaydotcom/Flickr
  7. D e x t e r /Flickr 1. Pay very close attention to what’s inside other people.
  8. 2. Be patient. Wait to earn their trust. AlaskanDude/Flickr
  9. 3. Be vulnerable… reveal your weaknesses, and ask for their help. jah~/Flickr
  10. VFS Digital Design/Flickr 4. When at last they open up, encourage and help them.
  11. h.koppdelaney/Flickr To encourage them, sometimes you have to light a fire first. .
  12. Herbalizer/Flickr
  13. howarddignaLus/Flickr Business isn’t everything.
  14. Lotus Carroll/Flickr Do it because the best talent is bringing out talent in others.
  15. Bring others to life. Alejandro Herrera Photography/Flickr
  16. Interesting (I hope) aside… World-­‐class pianist Frederic Chiu once performed while guests could see how my brain waves reacted to his music. People literally saw Frederic’s light, through my brain.
  17. Please, please, please… pay attention until you discover the talent inside each person.
  18. LLmo/Flickr Yes, it is hard.
  19. AlaskanDude/Flickr Don’t just use your head. Use your heart, too. Mark Monlux Robot Chalk Portrait by NineInchNachosX1/Flickr
  20. Pay attention Be patient Be vulnerable Be encouraging Chris Piascik/Flickr

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