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Throughout my life people have told me, “you have so much potential!” I still vividly remember my band director in 9th grade saying that to me. I was the best oboe player, but I was also the only oboe player. I really didn’t practice very hard and was quite happy with getting solos that I may not have deserved. I know that I could have been a much better musician if I concentrated on it, but at that time I really liked math better.

I was the president of the math and science clubs in different years of high school, and as a result I participated in quite a few competitions. Once again another teacher told me that I had potential. By then I already knew that I was not the most brilliant kid out there because I met real geniuses that had brains in a completely different league. So I chose the most practical route and applied to Berkeley Engineering. Berkeley EECS was a pretty tough program, and I ended up being just a bit above average and I thought that was enough.

Now that I have graduated, sometimes coworkers and bosses still tell me that I have potential to become more than what I am. It is a statement that really puzzles and bothers me when I think about it. On one hand, these people see something in me. They think I have talent, and that is always a good thing. On the other hand, it makes me feel that I am not utilizing all of my skills and perhaps I am not performing my job at the fullest. So every time someone tells me I have potential I am a bit wary of their true meaning.

One ex-coworker told me that she thought I was really smart and have the potential to become the founder of a successful business, and an ex-boss told me that he thinks I could become an engineering manager really quickly. I suppose I could be those things if I wanted to, but they are all other people’s visions for my future. I think what really matters is the potential I see in myself. I know I can do more in this world if I tried, and I know I can lose twenty pounds. I know I have the potential to be a parent, retire early, and travel the world.

I suppose sometimes it is hard for people to believe that they have the potential to do anything when everything is falling into pieces, and hearing the words “you have so much potential” is encouraging. In other instances, these words can really make you stray into something you do not want to do. So here I say to you as a friend, “You have so much potential. You have the potential to be happy and you have the potential to do the things you love to do.”

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generic cialis online no prescriptionon 03.05.08 at 5:46 am

Hi,
I’m new to the Blogging world [1 month] and in that time have read countless authors on every subject imaginable and their entries have ranged from worse than inane to inspirationally enlightened. I saw your Blog yesterday for the first time, “The Homeless Edition” , and I have to say that catagorizing you as having “so much potential” is an insult. You don’t have potential – you have Kinetic!
I heard the “potential” thing all my life and I started to look at it as a dirty word. A hindrance.
I’ve been successful all my life in what I was doing but what I was doing was never pursuing my dreams. I ended up actually being Homeless 1 year ago after losing EVERTHING I had at 56 years of age! It took me 6 months in a shelter to get back. Some of the people I met will never get out of those situations because mentally, physically, and spiritually they are not equipped.
I’m one of the lucky ones [maybe because of all that potential] and I’m finally pursuing my Life Dream. So listen to people like Baglady and GYST -the sooner the better.

PaulKH

generic cialis online no prescriptionon 03.05.08 at 7:15 am

yes, you have so much potential when you are young. however, the potential is a unknown future. you have to work harder to realize your potential in certain direction. to be happy and to do whatever you like to do which also benefit to people around you are good enough!

generic cialis online no prescriptionon 03.05.08 at 8:04 am

I played the oboe too! Totally relate to undeserved solos and lack of practice! Ha.

I actually relate to a lot of this post. Thanks fors haring.

generic cialis online no prescriptionon 03.05.08 at 8:35 am

Baglady, This post really spoke to me. In us, we have so much potential to do more, achieve more, accomplish more. However it’s up to each of us to determine where we want to set our sights and what we want to do with our lives. We also need to find people who support us in our endeavors, even if/when we fail!

generic cialis online no prescriptionon 03.05.08 at 9:30 am

Great post! I think at some point, I realized that I was making choices that are actually what others think would be the best, not truly figuring out whether it would be the best decision for myself. I definitely need to figure out how to optimize happiness above all.

generic cialis online no prescriptionon 03.05.08 at 12:23 pm

Most people think they have so much potential when they’re young. But somewhere along the way, when things aren’t working out the way they wanted, they give up. It’s always good to remember that we have far more potential than we may realize at times.

generic cialis online no prescriptionon 03.05.08 at 1:20 pm

If only I had a quarter for every time someone has told me that… It has caused me no end of grief over the years, fretting over lost “potential”. At 40, I have finally realized that potential counts for nothing…happiness does.

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Gosh what a sticky word – POTENTIAL!
It has so many “what-ifs” attached to it.
It took me a long, long, time to let go of all the “potential” people assigned to me. (It always felt like I was not living up to it- and therefore failing to some degree).

generic cialis online no prescriptionon 03.05.08 at 7:35 pm

Two things you might want to read:

This article suggests that it is better to praise a child’s accomplishments rather than his or her intelligence.

Also interesting is this post by Terrence Tao (Fields medalist and child prodigy) on genius and mathematics:

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你有非常大的潜力

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Throughout my life people have told me, “you have so much potential!” I still vividly remember my band director in 9th grade saying that to me. I was the best oboe player, but I was also the only oboe player. I really didn’t practice very hard and was quite happy with getting solos that I may not have deserved. I know that I could have been a much better musician if I concentrated on it, but at that time I really liked math better.

在我这一生中,人们常对我说“你有非常大的潜力!”至今,我还清楚地记得在我九年级时,我的乐团指挥曾这样对我说,我是最好的双簧管表演者,但我是乐团唯一的双簧管表演者。我并没有拼命练习,但却很高兴得到也许我不该得到的双簧管独奏的机会。当时,我知道如果我集中精力在吹双簧管上,我会成为一个更好的音乐家,但当时我更喜欢数学。

I was the president of the math and science clubs in different years of high school, and as a result I participated in quite a few competitions. Once again another teacher told me that I had potential. By then I already knew that I was not the most brilliant kid out there because I met real geniuses that had brains in a completely different league. So I chose the most practical route and applied to Berkeley Engineering. Berkeley EECS was a pretty tough program, and I ended up being just a bit above average and I thought that was enough.

我曾在高中不同年级担任过数学和科学俱乐部的主席,结果我也参加了一些全国和地区的数学和科学竞赛。再次,有另一位老师告诉我,我有潜力。 但当时,我已知道我不是这一领域里最杰出的孩子,因为我遇到了一些真正的天才,他们真有和常人完全不一样的脑袋。因此,我选择了最实惠的路子申请了伯克莱大学的工程学院。伯克莱的电子工程和计算机专业是个很难的专业。 我最终只是得了一个中上的结果,但我已经满足了。

Now that I have graduated, sometimes coworkers and bosses still tell me that I have potential to become more than what I am. It is a statement that really puzzles and bothers me when I think about it. On one hand, these people see something in me. They think I have talent, and that is always a good thing. On the other hand, it makes me feel that I am not utilizing all of my skills and perhaps I am not performing my job at the fullest. So every time someone tells me I have potential I am a bit wary of their true meaning.

现在我已毕业了,有时我的同事和老板还会告诉我有潜力比我现在更好。 这种论调真的常常使我不解和带来烦恼。一方面,这些人了解我,他们认为我有才能,这当然是件好事。但另一方面,这又使我感到我也许没有充分使用我的技能,或没有尽全力做好我的工作。所以,每次当某人告诉我有潜力时,我会对其真实意图感到有些恍惚。

One ex-coworker told me that she thought I was really smart and have the potential to become the founder of a successful business, and an ex-boss told me that he thinks I could become an engineering manager really quickly. I suppose I could be those things if I wanted to, but they are all other people’s visions for my future. I think what really matters is the potential I see in myself. I know I can do more in this world if I tried, and I know I can lose twenty pounds. I know I have the potential to be a parent, retire early, and travel the world.

有一个同事告诉我,她认为我非常聪明,有潜力成为一个成功的企业的创始人。我以前的一位老板告诉我,他认为我可以很快成为工程师经理人。 我想也许我会成为如他们所说的样子,如果我要去做。但这是他人想象的我的未来。我认为真正要紧的是我怎样看我自己的潜力。我知道我在这个世界上可以干更多的事,如果我去尝试的话。比如说,我知道我会减掉20磅,我知道我有潜力成为一个母亲,提前退休,周游世界。

I suppose sometimes it is hard for people to believe that they have the potential to do anything when everything is falling into pieces, and hearing the words “you have so much potential” is encouraging. In other instances, these words can really make you stray into something you do not want to do. So here I say to you as a friend, “You have so much potential. You have the potential to be happy and you have the potential to do the things you love to do.”

我认为有时当人们干着许多很琐碎事情,他们很难相信他们有潜力干什么大事,听到“你有非常大的潜力”这样的话,会很受鼓舞。在有些情况下,这些话也真会使你去干些自己不愿干的事。所以,在这里,我会将你们当作朋友对你们说,“你有非常大的潜力。你有生活快乐的潜力,你有做你爱干的事的潜力。”

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Alex, thanks for those links — those look like great reading, and I am looking forward to sitting down with them.

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Is your last sentence to the entire Internet, or what? More philosophical than usual. But, yeah potential is good, unless you potentially Digg the wrong URL ;) .

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