How to identify your Superpowers

By Rebecca Plant

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Welcome to another Superpower Secrets Session.

This is the time we dedicate to giving you the ‘How tos’ for the challenges and problems, as well as the winning solutions, which are triggered by our conversations with other couples.

We serve these up as short bitesize hacks that turn the conversations in to real, tangible solutions for you.

In today’s episode, we discuss how to identify your superpowers, and the consequences — both positive and negative — of not making this a priority.

This comes off the back of my conversation with Hamish and Erika Cramer who explained how they expanded their fitness business to incorporate each of their flavours in what they do.

In this hack session we share with you:

  • How to identify your genius (aka your superpowers)
  • Why Ed initially found it hard to recognise his superpowers.
  • Ed names his areas of genius.
  • The role of intuition in finding your superpower.
  • Bec’s area of genius and how that complements Ed.
  • What happens when couples don’t each embrace their superpowers.
  • Why it’s often so hard to recognise your “flow state”.
  • How not working in your genius will hold you and your business back.
  • The simple exercise you can do to identify your superpowers.
  • The end result of doing this work for you and your business.
  • What to do once you’ve identified your superpowers.

Thank you so much for listening to this episode — we would love to read your comments below. Our goal is to share these valuable insights, information and ideas with as many couples in business as possible. If you enjoyed this episode and know someone else who might too, please share it amongst your network. You can also leave a 5-star review in iTunes, that way we can inspire more people together.

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About the Author

Rebecca is the Co-Founder and CEO of The Institute for Couples in Business. Bec is also trusty wife to husband and business partner Ed, and mum to Samuel, 4, and Charles, 2. For the past seven years Bec has been working with business owners, and her Super Powers include making complex problems simple, creating strong connections, and motivating teams by building kick-arse culture. Bec is also author of #1 best-seller Lead-The-Ship and hosts popular podcast Boardrooms & Bedrooms.