What’s Your Power?

In the Legend of the Eight Immortals, a popular Chinese mythology, the eight immortals came to face a vast sea that stands in the way of their journey to a feast. They each displayed their individual powers and capabilities to get across the sea.

In the movie X-Men, or the television show Heroes, the heroes and villians all had their powers to display and overcome their mega troubles.

When crisis arises and problems occur, people display their different power in the effort to resolve the issue. While they may not be as mystical or as potent as those in the legends and in fantasy world, powers within a human is still a sign of our natural ability to overcome challenges and obstacles.

Over the years as I trained and applied the methodologies , I have identified several forms of power as well as the respective strategies to create them for the individuals.

The powers are:

Power of tenacity, strength and character.

Power of network and connection.

Power of wisdom and wit.

Power of communication and diplomacy.

Power of leadership and management.

Power of charisma and charm.

Power of humility and learning.

Power of boldness, courage and daringness.

Power of creativity and innovation.

Power of emotions and humour.

Power of stealth and balance.

Power of timing and patience.

Power of speed and action.

Power of love and compassion.

During the course of my mentoring and training different personnels, people have shown that they all have the latent powers within. Even if they claim to not have, we worked on building the powers within them.

The truth is that, we are all born with different powers. Including you. These powers are designed by nature help us to face our problems and to resolve them.

What’s your power?

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