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Potential hides in attributes, not skills

Potential hides in attributes, not skills

We are always looking to explore and discover our potential, as well as those in our span of care. What we must remember, however, is that potential always lies in the future. 

Potential is about what could be, not about what is. Skills only tell us what is, while attributes tell us what could be.

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