Friday, March 27, 2009

What is your greatest talent, the one thing you do better than most?

14 comments:

RICK said...

hmmm....guacamole.

beardface said...

hmm...i think my "greatest" talent is my ability to seek out and adapt to change. it constantly presents new challenges and opportunities so that i never feel like i'm doing the same thing. change and variety make life interesting/worthwhile. that, and i'm a pretty bad ass art director.

talent doesn't have to be limited to a physical or professional skill. if something takes work to accomplish- and you are constantly making that work feel/seem easy- you've got talent.

o'malley said...

fast forwarding through the DVR past all the commercials and stopping right when the show is starting up again.

(and I recognize the fact that I'm weakening the industry in which I work by skipping said ads)

Patio Action Pearson said...

Rick.

You.

Me.

Guac-off.

Now.

Rusty Broome said...

Talking out of my ass, especially after 6 beers. Between the 6-9 beer range I can even talk better than Vince Vaughn in Swingers.

Liza Behles said...

getting knots out of stuff

RICK said...

Andy.

It's.

On.

Let's meet in the middle. Ohio. 6pm. Be there.

Elizabeth said...

I am amazing at finding really great clothes and accessories for cheap. I once found a $300 jacket at Nordstrom rack with no tag on it, so the checkout guy just made up a price, and it was $35. I also found a huge gold necklace from a pretty famous jewelry designer for $6 at an antique store in rural North Carolina.

Harry said...

I can spin pretty much any flat object on my finger.

shana said...

figuring things out on my own. as a result, i can't stand people who solicit others to do everything for them.


by the way, i accidentally clicked the disability symbol next to the captcha and the subsequent audio is creepy as hell.

Jackie said...

Feeling comfortable with absolute strangers and most situations.

For example I met someone on the bus stop today and before i know it I was bought lunch and a book.

Lauren Spoto said...

Mad visual/spatial skills.

I can eyeball almost any measurement and be dead-on and I can tell you if x item will fit in y space with freakish accuracy.

Handy for packing cars for roadtrips and shoe-horning turkeys into packed refrigerators.

Jennie.Rasche said...

SCREWUP without shame.

asher said...

curve ball. hands down.

though i wish I had Jackie's. even the anecdote of her day makes me anxious.