- Henry Woeltjen
- Miami, FL
- United States
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Individual Capital: chapter 1 – what it means to you
Individual capital is something you already know or should learn quickly. Let's think of you and everything you can do. We then take everything you do and put it in a box. We are going to label this box capital.
This box includes all of your natural abilities and all of your learned abilities. We need to begin understanding the importance of continuously adding to our individual capital. Once we become content with the contents of the box we rarely open it to add new things.
So if you find yourself in a situation that doesn't please you consider your individual capital. Understand that at any point you can add anything you want to this box. No capacity has ever been reached where a person could not add more to their individual capital.
Things that might count as individual capital are as follows:
customer service skills
ability to socialize
so if you aren't adding to your box you may not get what you want for it. Always remember that as long as your breathing you can learn as long as you can learn you can change.