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Laura Warjan

Laura Warjan

A foodie and traveler at heart, Laura Warjan is the CEO of Gigflow. With a background in consulting and business, she's always looking for new and innovative ways to help businesses grow.

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We all have unique talents and abilities that set us apart from others. Whether we realize it or not, we all have something special to offer the world. Unfortunately, far too often our talents go unnoticed. We may not feel like we’re good enough or that our talents are worth sharing with the world. But the truth is, your talents deserve to be noticed.

One of the main reasons our talents go unnoticed is because we’re afraid to share them with others. We’re afraid of what they might think or say. We’re afraid of rejection and being made fun of. But we need to remember that everyone is afraid of these things. It’s a natural part of being human. The key is to push through that fear and share your talents with the world.

Another reason our talents go unnoticed is because we don’t think they’re good enough. We compare ourselves to others and think that our talents are inferior. But the truth is, there is no such thing as a “perfect” talent. We all have our own unique set of skills and talents that make us who we are. Comparing ourselves to others is only going to hold us back. We need to embrace our talents and use them to our best advantage.

The solution? Build confidence with self‑promotion.

1. Acknowledge your achievements

The first step is to acknowledge your achievements. That might sounds easy, but it can be difficult to do when you’re suffering from impostor syndrome. One exercise that can help is to keep a achievement journal. Every day, write down one thing that you’re proud of, no matter how small. This will help you to start recognizing your accomplishments and start to feel more confident about them.

2. Reframe your thinking

When you’re suffering from impostor syndrome, it’s easy to dwell on your mistakes and think that they outweigh your accomplishments. But that’s not true! Everyone makes mistakes, and what’s important is how you learn from them. Start reframing your thinking and focus on your accomplishments instead of your mistakes.

3. Share your story

As I mentioned before, sharing your story is a great way to connect with others. It can also be a way to build relationships and trust. When you share your story, you are inviting others into your life and into your experiences. This can be a very powerful thing, so make sure that you are thoughtful about what you share and with whom you share it.

4. Recognize and embrace your talents.

This is something that I have always struggled with. I am not a naturally gifted athlete or musician, and I’ve never been the smartest person in the room. But over the years, I’ve learned to recognize and embrace my talents.

One of my biggest talents is my ability to connect with people. I can easily strike up a conversation with just about anyone, and I’ve always been able to see both sides of every issue. This has served me well both professionally and personally.

This is probably the most important tip of all. If you want people to know about your talents, you have to get yourself out there. That means networking, networking, networking! Attend industry events, start a blog, join online communities, and put yourself out there. The more people you meet, the more likely it is that your talents will be recognized.


The key to success is to push through the fear and share your talents with the world. But sometimes our talents go unnoticed because we don’t think they’re good enough. We need to embrace our talents and use them to our best advantage. The solution is to build confidence with self-promotion. Get comfortable speaking about your achievements and share your story with others. And most importantly, get yourself out there and networking. If you do these things, you will be well on your way to success.

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