It’s not about knowing how talented you are; it’s about finding the environment in which your talents can most benefit others.
That’s your intellectual home. A venue where every molecule in the universe feels like it’s in its right place.
Reiman said it best in his book about thinking for a living:
The first requirement of genius is finding the right environment for your talents to play out.
Work is a canvas, a domain, an arena and a tapestry in which you can apply your best ideas. It’s a beautiful thing.
A person who has found their professional home is like an idea that has found its time. There’s an intuitive sense of rightness. One that can’t be explained, only experienced.
Imagine coming to work every day to:
A place where your voice can take flight and travel.
A place where you can be most human, articulate and alive.
A place where you can be yourself at the highest vibration.
A place where you will evolve into who you are at your own pace.
A place that creates an opportunity for you to be happy with yourself.
A place where you can express your natural way of being useful.
A place where you can do what you love with people who want you to do it.
A place where you can be a source of new ideas that are pragmatic and applicable.
This kind of place is hard to find, and even harder to create.
But know that it is possible. Know that you can find a vehicle worthy of your talents. One that can take your talents on the ride they deserve.
Have you discovered the professional medium through which you will become a person?