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You might be talented at negotiating, teaching, making people feel better about themselves, writing, persuasion, painting, drawing, decorating, or public speaking. Whatever your talents, there usually is a way you can use them to help your career. How? Let’s say you want to be a college public relations director. Your talents are creativity and writing, among others. You also are very persuasive and a great negotiator. While creativity and writing are the talents that can help you become a successful public relations director, having the talent to persuade the media to give stories a certain spin or the talent to negotiate to get your press release in the paper or reporters to your press conference can be priceless.
Think creatively. What about giving a class in preparing healthy snacks? How about teaching a workshop on helping kids do homework? Don’t forget to call the media and send out a press release about your activities. What about coordinating a fund-raiser for the PTA? How about offering to develop a newsletter for the local hospital auxiliary? What about volunteering to put together a community cookbook for a not-for-profit organization? Just keep coming up with ideas and writing them down as you go.
These events can help set you apart from others as well. What have you done to set yourself apart? What can you do to accomplish this goal? Think about these possibilities. Can you come up with any more? As you come up with answers, jot them down in a notebook. That way you’ll have something to refer back to later. Once you deter- mine the answers, it’s easier to move on to the next step of writing your plan. What Should Your Basic Action Plan Include? Now that you’ve done some research and brainstormed some great ideas, you are on your way.