I learned in high school physics class in my native Kenya that "AC" meant alternating current. When I came for my graduate program at University of Wyoming and bought a car, it had a button that was marked "AC". I did not dare to touch that button!
In summer, we improvised ways of keeping cool. We opened the windows, stopped regularly and used hand-held fans. On a hot summer day, a friend, while riding with my family, asked why the air conditioner was not on. "Our car has no air conditioner," I replied. She pointed at the "AC" button and pressed it. Life changed! Relief had been at our fingertips all the time!
Millions of talents and gifts come and go from this world packaged within people who never used them. Yet, when you use a hidden talent, you significantly enrich your life and the lives of others. Do you have a personal or professional air conditioner that you are not using?
Here are 7 top tips of what is stopping you from pushing the button.
Today's Top7Business Article Was Submitted By Vincent Muli Wa Kituku, a native of Kenya, Author, Columnist, University Professor, Motivational Speaker/Storyteller and Seminar Leader. Founder and Principal Consultant of Kituku & Associates, Boise, ID. 83707, (208) 939-7216 e-mail
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Article Submitted On: September 22, 1999
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