One slogan made famous by a bank says – you’re richer than you think. But being rich doesn’t matter if you don’t know what to do with it. You can say the same thing about the talents and skills that you possess.
You could have an amazing singing voice, but if you decide to do nothing with it, what’s the point? You could dance circles around the best chefs in the city or have a knack for organizing events, but if you don’t explore what you could do with that…well, it’s like having a brand new car but never taking it out of your parking space, or buying a new outfit and letting it sit in the closet.
Some might say that you have a responsibility to yourself, and the world around you, to explore, expose and exploit your strengths. Why is that? That’s what we’ll talk about in the third part of our series on Stewardship. It might give you a whole new perspective on what you do with your life.