Two Are Better Than One

As a child, every Saturday morning was full of watching cartoons. One of my favorites was Popeye. After gaining strength by eating a can of spinach, he could lift heavy weights without effort and solve any problem that came his way.

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When we explore job opportunities, one topic may be identifying our strengths. Some businesses offer personality tests to determine where one may excel in a role. Or we may take these tests on our own to learn more about ourselves.

A wise person wrote that two are better than one, meaning there is more strength when we have someone with us. We can receive strength from a family member, friend, manager, coworker, mentor, or clergy. Such person provides strength through their encouragement, advice, and insight.

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Our Connections Challenge: From whom do you receive strength, and how do they help you? To whom do you provide strength and how? Look for ways to be a source of strength to others. Be a helping hand or a friend to someone who needs a listening ear.

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