Stories abound in every organization of team members who outperform their more skillful and experienced colleagues and go on to have stellar careers against the odds. They possess an X factor that allows them to overcome average or below-average backgrounds, pedigrees, and inferior skill development.
The link to the 15 minute discussion we hosted on this entry: https://twitter.com/admiredleaders/status/1654482819731582976?s=46&t=qJjlPM23c8XyG3qSZ0D9cQ
For those of you that read today's post and see a little bit of yourself...
"You are a person worthy of love. You don't have to do anything to prove that. You don't have to climb Mt. Everest, write a catchy tune that goes viral on youTube, or be the CEO of a tech start-up who cooks every meal from scratch using ingredients plucked from your organic garden. If you've never received an award and there are no plaques proclaiming your exception gifts hanging on your walls, you still deserve all the love in the world. You do not have to earn love. You simple have to exist." ~ Sharon Salzberg from Real Love
Some people run with a motor that idles at such an rpm it looks like it's in drive.
Very much an intrinsic motivation or inner scorecard quality...although I feel the learning aspect is the best place to ‘meet them where they are’ when you acknowledge them