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Your one greatest asset
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You are your greatest asset. Put your time, effort and money into training, grooming, and encouraging your greatest asset.

How often have you heard the saying, ‘your life is what you make of it?’ But what does it mean?

The problem that many of you have is even when you see a vision for how you want your life to be, very few of you are looking in the right place to find your answer.

Even when you start to look at self-development searching for happiness and setting out in pursuit of your dream you still tend to ignore the true answer that you’ve been missing.

In fact, when I look back over my life at both the good times and the bad times it is now clear to me that if I’d accepted and nurtured my greatest asset many of the more difficult times could have been avoided.

My biggest regret is it took until I was approaching the age of 50 until I came to realise my greatest asset that had been available to me literally for ever. Because what I have come to learn is thst I myself am my greatest asset. Not the businesses I may have opened, not my house, nor my bank account but simply me the person I am and the greatness I hold within.

Once I had recognised my greatest asset I’ve never looked back.

It took looking into myself, determining my values, talents, strengths, discovering my passions to wake me up to realising I was all I needed to be. I simply needed to chip away to bring out the best in me. It reminds me of the story of Michelangelo.

The story goes like this. Michelangelo was asked how he sculpted the famous statue of David. How did he craft this masterpiece of form and beauty? Michelangelo’s offered this simple description: He first fixed his attention on the slab of raw marble. He studied it and then “chipped away all that wasn’t David.”

The Michelangelo story demonstrates to me how we need to be sculpting our lives. To transform your life, you need to craft and mold yourself, you are a work in motion and you need to chip away till you find the true greatness that lives inside. I assure every one of you thst waking up to your greatness is transformative and life-changing.

So its tine for you to invest in your self to discover your greatnesd instead of limiting your growth and trying to find answers outside of you.

Just imagine how different things would be if you acceprted you had everything within you and you truly focused on being curious, exploring and learning what your natural gifts have always been.

I have this overriding sense of your possiblities and all it takes is you waking up to the fact thst we are each possessed of genius but so few of us believe in our potential and therefore have settled for something far less than we are capable of.

So focus on yourself discover whst makes you your greatest asset and at last use your gifts. You truly have all you need inside of you, and don’t allow yourself any longer to tell yourself you don’t!

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About the author: Larry Lewis
I'm Larry. As an Executive Life Coach, entrepreneur and writer, I am an unshakable optimist dedicated to helping you become the person you most want to be. I am devoted to sharing ideas, tools and resources that will help you create a better, stress free, well balanced life.
One comment
  1. Christos Tziakos July 9, 2014 at 3:07 pm

    Great teaching Larry! Thank you.
    Very inspiring and very true.
    Everything we need is alredy there. Inside of us, as it always was.
    Everyone of us has greatness inside and such a potential that we can perform at “wow” level and become world class at the field where our values, strengths and talents find voice and expression.
    In the past but also now I get very troubled when I see the potential in a person and this person cannot or refuses with stubbornness to realize it.
    I think that there no greater pity than that.
    Because eventually potential unrealized turns to pain.

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