you-have-a-knack-use-itMy golden retriever, Dusty, has a knack.

I don’t know how she does it, but she can always tell when I am preparing to take her for a walk.  Well before I grab the keys and her leash, her ears prick up and she starts following me around with her tail wagging enthusiastically.

My daughter, Madison, has a knack.

Every evening, without fail, she discovers a new reason (real or imagined) to come out of her bedroom and talk to us after her bedtime.  I don’t know how she does it, but her imagination knows no end.

You have a knack.

There’s something that you can do, that you can do without thinking, that others are amazed by.

You didn’t have to be trained, but you can hone it.

You may not be aware of it, but the people around you probably are.

It may seem trivial, but it can be utilised to do something truly remarkable.

You have a knack.

Find out what it is.

Use it wisely.

Find a job that enables you to do it often.

Develop your skills so that you can do it at an elite level.

Because maybe that’s what you were born to do.