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Wise men have touted the value of, “knowing thyself” for millennia. In Poor Richard’s Almanack, Benjamin Franklin noted, “There are three Things extremely hard, Steel, a Diamond, and to know one’s self.” Tom McDermott makes this not only achievable, but simple.
Tom has an amazing talent that pinpoints and translates the passionate curiosities, strengths and talents of others! He is intuitive and is sharing his gift to help lead others to realize and “ignite” their unique potential!
Tom is an incredibly talented teacher and mentor who has played a pivotal role in uncovering my most profound curiosity in life. Since we met a few months ago, I have jump started a path that is aligned with my truest purpose, and paved the way for me to effectively share my unique gifts with the world!
Prior to meeting Tom, I wasn’t clear about my purpose on earth. I thought, “Why am I here? What is my story? What is my unique contribution to the world?” Engaging in several projects at once, I …
Best. Insight. Ever! Have had some really good results over the years from organizations that specialize in helping you understand your strengths and weaknesses. NONE came close to the clarity, outcome and purpose-driven approach that I got (and get) from Tom. None. I can’t stress enough whether you’re a few years into your career, or like me a few decades, that having an expert identify, ratify and articulate your key strengths, your core purpose, and the roadmap as to the type of work environm…
I can’t recommend Tom more highly. He’s an incredible teacher, and the lessons he taught me will stick with me for the rest of my life.
Tom worked with me to discover some key traits about myself that I may have never identified on my own.
For example, I discovered:
— My greatest talent is adapting traditional approaches, designing new processes, and devising new concepts, methods, systems, and ways of doing things
— My greatest strength is my ability to see the big picture, take initiative, be …
I am most profoundly and passionately curious about how we can best help improve the human condition and our experience, for ourselves, and for future generations.