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Terrific Tuesday Elections Clinton and the John Kerry Rally — 20 Comments

  1. That is high praise coming from you PowerMommy! A great team keeps you from being a jack of all trades and a master of none!!!

  2. I remember that song from 5th grade! Thanks for bringing back a good memory. I am so blessed to be surrounded by wonderfully talented people who help and encourage me. It makes me want to thelp and encourage others.

  3. This is one of the best posts I have read this week. I always say to staff your weaknesses. Behind every successful woman is a dynamic team.

  4. Great post & a timely reminder to draw & rely on the gifts & talents of others. No man is an island unto himself, we all need each other. Thanks for sharing!

  5. It is like the saying, you can tell who a peson is by looking at who her friends are. If you are secure in your own power and ability to achieve, you surround yourself with winners. That is why Io like to hang with you.

  6. My success is widely attributed to the amazing folks who support me and make me look better! I make sure my team is always more brilliant than me. It boosts me up!

  7. You would get along well with my husband. He follows politics the way fans follow sports. The children have picked that up from him.

  8. I LOVE POLITICS! I so agree that we have to be able to cheer for others!

  9. The ability to cheer for others and to help them reach their goals is an amazing gift. I hope you always realize what a wonderful treasure it is, nurture it and that your gift continues to grow.

  10. Only within the last few years have I discovered my talent. It is the ability to encouage and support others. People even strangers feel comfortable talking to me and tellling me about their goals. I am always the cheer leader telling others you can do it.

  11. I have not heard of that book before, but I am going to look for it to read. Thanks for sharing a resource you found helpful.

  12. I completely agree!!! And I truly believe that if more managers/jobs in corporate America adopted this way of thinking, there would be a LOT more happy workers! It reminds me of a book called Strength Finders in which an old Director of mine had gotten for each of us. She was one of few managers who understood this very important detail in running a business.

  13. Yes! I know a lot, but there is a lot I don’t know and I so love meeting people who are strong where I am week and can make me better!

  14. Aja, you are absolutely right, this is an area where knowledge comes with time and experience.

  15. I am definitely learning to appreciate the gifts and talents of others and surrounding myself with people who posses gifts/talents that I don’t in order to inspire and push me to be a better me 🙂

  16. I am a writer, and have used that skill to help friends. It is a hard lesson to learn sometimes, especially first starting a business, that although it might save money in the short term, you may not have the knowledge or talent to do everything yourself. It takes truly knowing when to do it yourself and when to get the help of someone else to be successful.

  17. Thanks for stopping by! You are right about PammyPam’s comment. The two of you are reminding me of that saying, “Team work makes the dream work.”

  18. I love PammyPam’s comment! I can attest to that theory being true from my previous time in corporate America! Great post on this topic!

  19. Pam you are so right. It is great to have a team around to help you. It also is less tiring if you do not have to know everything!

  20. i have a similar theory: a good manager doesnt have to know everything. she just has to know how to have the people around her who know the things she doesn’t.

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