Tune in to the Talent Talk Tuesdays Podcast, with your host, certified CliftonStrengths® coach, Lisa Mladinich, and enjoy super-short weekly lessons on harnessing your natural talents in powerful new ways. Learn to experience greater intimacy with God, improved relationships, professional excellence, and the confidence to embrace God’s authentic call on your life—for His glory and your joy!
If you have a curious, fast-moving, and creative mind, find out how to keep those thinking talents fresh and vibrant. Your underlying needs are really something to THINK about!
God weaves very particular needs into every beautiful thing He creates, so tune in and learn how to keep your relationship talents strong, by understanding their inherent needs!
Your God-designed needs are tantalizing clues to your greatest strengths and your most energized and motivated life.
My friends! Enjoy this quick shot of inspiration and some practical applications for growing your talents into bold, bright strengths.
Nobody likes discomfort. I sure don’t. But to level up and grow forward into a greater vision for your life means getting uncomfortable. Ask Bilbo Baggins!
Free at last! We all have chronic blind spots that trip us up–and they’re often tied to our talents! But once we name them and understand them, we can bring them into the grace of the confessional and let God heal us.
Could your feelings of restlessness or discontent be a sign that God is calling you deeper into His plan for your life? Join me for this week’s exploration of the critical question: Are you called?
If you’re lonely–and most of us are, to some degree–stepping into greater self-awareness and well-discerned action can lift your spirits.
What do you do when the enemy attacks your greatest gifts? Have I got a lesson for you!
Let’s dive into the spiritual life, through the lens of your natural talents, on a solid Catholic foundation.
I didn’t mean to be a bore, but I was. Until this one little insight set me free from false judgments and made me more successful in my relationships than ever before.
Opposites attract, right? But what about after the honeymoon, when those same things that drew you together become the very things that drive you nuts? Become a “powerful pair,” with this simple concept.