A few weeks ago, I was at a writer’s workshop. One of the writers wore t-shirt that said, “I’m a romance writer. What’s your superpower?”
In that workshop, a number of writers had the romance writer superpower. Some of you, my readers, have the tester superpower. Some of you are chefs, and have the chef- or baker- superpower. Some of you are developers and have the the developer superpower. Some of you have that social grace and ease that I envy. That is your superpower.
Each of us has something that sets us apart from everyone else. Even if you share that talent or skill with other people, there is something about it that make your superpower uniquely your own.
It’s worth considering what your superpower is.
Here are some possibilities:
- Do you have great ideas?
- Do you build off of other people’s great ideas?
- Do you facilitate other people’s building great ideas?
- Do you build new and different things?
- Do you see the world in new and different ways?
- Do you apply the “old” or “traditional” ways in nontraditional settings?
- Do you bring joy to people?
- Do you make art of any kind?
- Do provide people help?
- Can you add to this list in some way?
I am sure this is not an exhaustive list. I am positive your superpower is not on this list. Please add to this list. Please list your superpower.
You have a superpower. You might not know what it is right now. That’s okay. It’s worth reflecting on and considering what your superpower is.
The question of the week, my dear adaptable problem solvers is: What is your superpower?
- What Haven’t You Changed?
- Instead of Or, Are You Considering And?