Nov 2, 2017 | 0 comments

Imagine how you’d feel about yourself if you believed that the things that made you different (and not in a good way according to mainstream society) were actually your Gifts.

Imagine if the attributes you were always told were weak or weird are actually the very things that could help you grow a massively successful business. Hmm… how would that feel?

In this podcast episode with my dear friend and mentor Giovanni Marsico, founder of Archangel and I are talking about how to identify and use your gifts to build a business. I love this conversation because Gio was the person who helped me to realize my own gifts — no spoiler alerts, you’ll have to listen to the episode to find out what they are.

But here’s the thing — you’re listening to the Business Of Becoming podcast because you want to Become more of who you really are which means being able to identify and hone your gifts so you can put them to use for good… instead of being ashamed of them.

Giovanni hosts his large-scale fundraiser in Toronto every September for thousands of entrepreneurs called Archangel Summit where all of the proceeds are used to support various charities and offer micro-loans to entrepreneurs creating positive impact. 

The best way to reach out to Giovanni is via Facebook

Listen to episode 03:

In this episode we talk about…

  • What a ‘gift’ or superpower is and how to identify your own
  • The difference between your gifts and the things you’re really good at
  • How to use your gifts to build a business and grow a community
  • How to use your story as a starting point to hone your gifts
  • The importance of being ‘different’

Things We Mention In This Episode:

The Archangel Summit

Strategic Coach

Strengths Finder Book and Assessment

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Let’s Keep The Conversation Going…

Have you ever felt like you should apologize for your gifts? Tell me in the comments below what your gifts are and how you’re using them in your business.

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