Today’s tip is a testament to the positive power of social media: shared by my social media muse (and yesterday’s guest awesomepreneur!) Kim Leamer Maleski on Facebook chat, inspired by a mutual strengths enthusiast and Gallup Facebook groupie Gavin Cargill, founder of Value the Person International. Over the last year, Facebook has become one of my favorite networking tools because of inspiring groups like Gallup, but as Kim’s tip suggests, I had plenty of help from a score of talented friends and gurus when learning how to use Facebook more effectively.
Identify your talents…and know when to ask for help. Don’t know how to use the latest technology? Find someone who can help.
Working from heart means that we recognize that:
1. We are not alone.
2. We are all in this together.
3. We each have unique talents.
4. Partnering with others makes each person shine even more.
That about sums it up. Asking for help is basic awesomepreneurship: when we open our eyes to our own talents–and limitations–accepting that that we are enhanced and made complete by the other members of our great human community, awesome things happen.
I think I should start a Kim Leamer Maleski wisdom Tumblr. What do you think?
Tip #32 for working with heart – know when to ask for help.
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