While approaching the holidays, most of us think a bit deeper about our gratitude for everything in our lives, our families, friends, health, and for all of the wonderful opportunities put in front of us daily, good or bad!

In our work (if you can call this work that we do!),every day, we are so thankful for the opportunity to enlighten people lives in terms of having a better understanding of their behavior, who they are, and what really makes them tick and what motivates them. It is such a gratifying experience to see the lightbulbs go on and see someone begin to grasp the awareness and respect for their own behavior and why they do the things they do. How cool is that!

When we take time to educate ourselves on our own behaviors, we become even more confident about what we can accomplish and maximizing who we really are. Embrace your behavior, and respect it! Then be very thankful for who you are as you are exactly who you are supposed to be!

Written by: Lori Coruccini, Founder of Know Your Talents, Inc.

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