4 Superpowers We Ignore

Your purpose is determined in large part by your unique superpowers: your gifts, talents, and abilities. Find them, and run with them. It will bless you and make you a blessing to others.
― Sebastien Richard

What is a Super Hero? I bet if you asked anyone that question they would someone with super human strength, they may even list a few of the following: 

Someone with X-ray vision

Someone who is faster than a speeding bullet

Someone who could Fly or breathe underwater

Well, Batman only has a cape, he really doesn’t have a superpower other than quick wit and nifty gadgets. But he’s considered a Superhero. We all possess Superpowers, in fact, we use some of them every day, they simply go overlooked. You don’t need to be super strong or have exceptional abilities to be a superhero because you already are. We use our superpowers every day. Our abilities are what give us these superpowers.

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Knowledge is The Greater Teacher

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Time is not the great teacher. Experience is. A man may live a whole life, but if he never leaves his home to experience that life, he dies knowing nothing. A mere child who has suffered and lived can be the wiser of the two.
― Lynsay Sands

The Mind Grows Only Through Use and Atrophies Through Idleness

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Just as the physical body becomes strong through regular exercise, so does the mind require regular use to remain strong. Make sure that your personal development plan includes plenty of mental stimulation. One of the best ways to develop your imagination and visualization skills is through reading. As you read, your mind translates the words into images that help you better understand the concepts about which you are reading. Become a voracious reader. Read newspapers, trade magazines, self-help books, and novels; all will contribute to your store of knowledge and to your ability to visualize and more effectively use your imagination.

~Wallace D. Wattles

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Use Your Critical Thinking

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We have to use our critical thinking skills in our approach to life’s little distractions. You can read the headlines and disagree completely with the author but you can also learn a different point of view.

 

~Etta D. Richards

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