What’s your Superpower?
My superpower is being a “jack of all trades” or a “master connector.” NikaCristiani, CEO
Everybody has something that makes them extraordinary.
Athletes tend to associate their superpower with their sport and or some physiological strength.
Look deeper into your athletic skills, they likely have a broad application outside of the sport itself. Another thing to consider is that your supposed superpower might just be a tool in your utility belt and the superpower might just be something much greater.
I thought I knew what my superpower was years ago, but I was wrong… it was only a tool in my utility belt. I discovered my true superpower when I started to see a pattern emerge during a reflective exercise.
I have always placed a large amount of importance on freedom, experience, and flexibility. Since I was a young girl, I wanted to do everything. I would often fail to make decisions about the smallest things, because I wanted desperately to experience everything.
I would rather be second best at 20 things than be THE BEST at one thing.
It has always been in my nature to get proficient at something, be good enough, know enough, then move on to the next thing that peaked my interest.
I have studied vast topics in health, wellness, nutrition, motivation, psychology, sociology, spirituality, technology, resilience, personal development and more.
So, how is this a super power?
Because I have had personal exposure and experience, and have developed varied skillsets, I can connect the dots and see the hidden patterns between topics.
I often see how I can use strategies from one discipline and apply it to another. I also have found that my jack of all trades tendencies have allowed me to be able to connect with and talk to almost anyone, anywhere, anytime.
Again, how is this valuable?
When you are able to see the big picture, you don’t get caught up in spinning your wheels on details. This means, I am able to be creative, blend theories, come up with fresh solutions, connect with almost anyone, try new things, and see everything from new vantage points.
FIND YOUR SUPERPOWER !
Everybody has something that makes them extraordinary. A set of skills, gifts, talents… a superpower. It could be your sport, a skill like communication, super strength, charisma, song writing, teaching, levitation, you get the idea. All modern day superheroes, like superheroes, come to a point in their lives where they start to notice their skill, cultivate them further and use them for the greater good of the planet. Athletes tend to associate their superpower with their sport and or some physiological strength. Look deeper into your athletic skills, they likely have a broad application outside of the sport itself.
Another thing to consider is that your supposed superpower might just be a tool in your utility belt and the superpower might just be something much greater.
Enhance Your Powers
- Load Your Utility Belt
What complementary skills and tools can you find that will enhance your powers? Get creative and build yourself a righteous utility belt.
- Use Them More Often
The more you use your super powers, the stronger they will become. Practice, practice, practice and keep getting better.
- Find A Superhero Squad To Team Up With.
Find your tribe. Find a group that “with your powers combined” can move mountains and make a seriously positive impact in your family, community or maybe even… the world!
Using Our Supers for Good
We all know that with great power, comes great responsibility. Make sure you check yourself to make sure you are in alignment with the “superhero life” rather than the “villain life.” Once we have identified our superpower, do a self-reflection to make sure you are using your powers for good.
Ideally, we want to align our gifts and talents to making an impact. If we are able to make a career or get paid for our superpower, GREAT.
Regardless, keep giving your gift, keep serving people with your superpower and aim to make a positive impact in the people’s lives around you. Continuously enhance your powers and perhaps even add more to the mix. Superman had about a half dozen, you probably do too.
Remember, there is a time in every hero’s life where they are called on to give their gifts for the greater good. Be ready - give whole heartily, give generously, and give unconditionally.
To share some of my Superpowers with you, Nika developed @gyminabox power apparel in order to enable your ultimate strength and powers!
More Power To You!
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