Act on Your Capabilities

Capable people and organizations inspire confidence. Capabilities are your capacity to achieve results and includes your talents, attitude, skills, knowledge, and style.

The first step on acting on your capabilities is to ask yourself "What are my unique, native strengths?" Then act on those strengths.


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