Living up to your potential

Do you have a special gift and not use it? Why?

I think a lot of us do. I don’t draw. Well, I do, but I could have refined my talent and maybe found a way to do something with it. For a long time, I gave up writing. I just didn’t have time.

You know what?

It always felt like something was missing.

Now Available from Jennifer M. EatonOne of the things I’m discussing with Vanessa Chapman today is living up to your potential. It’s part of my blog tour for THE FIRST DAY OF THE NEW TOMORROW.

Vanessa’s interviews are always great fun. I hope you’ll stop over and say hello!

But for now, what about you? What talent do you have that you leave dormant, hiding behind the scenes… and why don’t you set it free?



9 responses to “Living up to your potential

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  2. Kourtney Heintz

    I do like to paint, but it’s messy and takes time to set up and clean up. So I don’t do it much. Which sounds like such a bad excuse as I’m typing it but there it is. 🙂

    • Yeah, I used to pain too, but I stopped because I had little ones, and I was afraid what they would do with the acrylics. Now that they are older, I picked up writing again, and just recently started to draw. Someday, hopefully, the colors will come out, too.

  3. Is it me or has your blog homepage gone completely nutz?

  4. Thanks Jennifer, it was lovely to have you over as always!