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Program Your GPS: Where Do I Find My Sweet Spot?

Your Sweet Spot is where your passion meets your purpose. It’s the thing that you love to do that comes easy to you. It’s where your biggest gifts are. Sometimes our biggest gifts are those things that come as easy to us as falling off a log. Read More

How to find your Sweet Spot

Nice article. Your Sweet Spot lies at the intersection of your Talents, Interests and Passion. It's not really a matter of what you want, but first what you are naturally gifted with. This is easier to find than most people think. Our talents have always been with us, and it's a simple process that requires time and thought.

Find your talent by figuring out what you did naturally well as a child between the ages of 1 - 10. This is critical because the older we grow, the more skills we acquire. Our skills should support our talents, not function on their own. In my book, I talk about the skill deception.

Find your TIP Combination and unlock the door to fulfillment.

sweet spot

Thank you for your comment, your book sounds like a great tool. I wonder how culture and generation impacts the 1-10 age range. When I was growing up the only thing that was expected of me before the age of 10 is that I get along with the dog ;) In this generation kids are exposed to much more to find those talents. .... interesting food for thought....

sweet spot

Thank you for your comment, your book sounds like a great tool. I wonder how culture and generation impacts the 1-10 age range. When I was growing up the only thing that was expected of me before the age of 10 is that I get along with the dog ;) In this generation kids are exposed to much more to find those talents. .... interesting food for thought....

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Lara Honos-Webb, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and author of multiple books.

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