By Judith Sherven, PhD, Executive Coaching for the Brightest and Best
– You did well in school with practically no effort.
– You’ve always been well-liked, even in grammar school.
– You’ve aced every employment interview you’ve ever had.
– Your people skills feel like second nature and people have always come to you for help.
– You receive praise from your manager but it doesn’t mean much because you’ve always been able to perform well.
– You enjoy your work because using your best skills is a real pleasure so you don’t need others to compliment you or assure you of your value.
So, what’s the problem?……