“Success and satisfaction in life or work is most often due to conscious development and use of natural strengths,” says Lynda-Ross. “And yes, you could say this is the key to success.”
“It never ceases to amaze me how often people are their own harshest critics and assume some level of failure because they haven’t found the level of success or happiness they expect in life,” she says. “The root of this unhappiness is usually a total disregard for what they do well naturally and repeated attempts to succeed with skills they have acquired rather than those with which they were innately gifted.”
According to Lynda-Ross, a change of perspective is the ultimate cure. She suggests changing the nature of the capacities, skills, and abilities people use so there is a focus on natural skills in life and work.
This is all based on Perceptual Style Theory (PST), a behavioral science theory created by Lynda-Ross Vega and her colleague Gary Jordan, Ph.D. that aims to make sense of the everyday differences people experience between themselves and others. “We’ve spent 30 years researching and creating a tool that people can easily use to understand themselves and their natural gifts, while also gaining an appreciation for the value of the differences and gifts of other people,” says Lynda-Ross.
“The truth is people tend to undervalue what they are naturally good at. Because it is easy for them, they assume everyone can do it. And because it’s not hard work, then it must not be the key to success. In fact, the exact opposite is true. The principles of PST show us that use of our natural skills carries incredible weight when it comes to creating a fulfilling life. This is Your Talent Advantage, and the more you consciously use your natural skills, the more enjoyment and success you have in all aspects of your life.”
More information about creating life success with the support of natural talents is available at www.ACIforCoaches.com.
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A partner at Vega Behavioral Consulting, Ltd., Lynda-Ross specializes in helping entrepreneurs and coaches build dynamite teams and
systems that WORK. For free information on how to succeed as an entrepreneur or coach, visit www.ACIforCoaches.com