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Mad About Brilliance

Mad About Brilliance

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Published by Debra Woog
March included a bit of madness for me. No, not of the basketball variety.
I went through a round of internal investigation on the not-so-small topics of “Who am I?” and “What am I doing here?” Yes, I’m the coach known for guiding others to recognize and prosper from their Brilliance. Still, I too need to periodically revisit my understanding of my Brilliance, how I choose to prosper from it, and how I communicate it to my community.
March included a bit of madness for me. No, not of the basketball variety.
I went through a round of internal investigation on the not-so-small topics of “Who am I?” and “What am I doing here?” Yes, I’m the coach known for guiding others to recognize and prosper from their Brilliance. Still, I too need to periodically revisit my understanding of my Brilliance, how I choose to prosper from it, and how I communicate it to my community.

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Mad About Brilliance 

March included a bit of madness for me.  No,  not of the basketball variety.   I went through a round of internal  investigation on the not‐so‐small topics of  “Who am I?” and “What am I doing  here?”  Yes, I’m the coach known for guiding  others to recognize and prosper from their  Brilliance. Still, I too need to periodically revisit  my understanding of my Brilliance, how I  choose to prosper from it, and how I  communicate it to my community.   So I took some time to review.  I started with my results from two terrific self‐assessment tools:  the  Kolbe A and Strengths Finder 2.0.  With this data in mind I revisited my personal SIQTM, the simple‐but‐ powerful framework I originally created for expressing my Brilliance during my post‐MBA job search and  now teach to my clients and students.  The SIQTM answers the question, “What are your top three Skills,  Interests and Qualities that you most want to apply in your work and life at this time?  Here’s mine, updated:  Skills     Interests     Qualities     Personal development and best practices of successful high‐powered, heart‐centered  leaders  Assessments, technologies and management systems that ramp up productivity  Personal and organizational narratives  Inquiring and synthesizing to spark insights, empowering people to be at their best.  Guiding individuals to recognize, embrace and effectively communicate their authentic  messages.  Connecting Brilliance‐Based Businesswomen and Careerwomen to essential resources for  expansive growth. 

Strategic  Pioneering  Lovingly honest    Looking at this again today, a few weeks later, I’m quite pleased with my revised version.  I’ve let go of  some elements that defined me for a long time that just don’t feel crucial to my purpose anymore. 

Now I’m curious.  If you know me, how does this set of SIQ points strike you?  Keeping in mind my rule  that we’re allowed only 3 skills, 3 interests and 3 qualities, is it accurate? Is it missing anything critically  important?  Is it clear?  I’d love to hear from you via email or the comments below.  Do you recognize your own Brilliance?  Try the SIQ.TM.  Want expert support to articulate your  Brilliance?  I’d be honored to serve.  Request a time and we’ll connect!   Debra Woog coaches women entrepreneurs to accelerate success, with joy and ease, by building your  Brilliance‐Based Business™ with profit‐enhancing marketing, technology, management and personal  best practices.   Receive Debra’s FREE quick‐read guide Embrace Your Brilliance: How Accepting Yourself as You Are Can  Grow Your Profit, Joy and Ease at http://connecttwo.com     

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