You appreciate time in ways that most people do not. You are keenly aware that time is a gift and you share it generously with others.
Time is a tool you use to connect with people. People feel seen and heard and appreciated when they are around you because you take the time to get to know them. You also generously allow people the time they need to share themselves with you. When you are spending time with people you care about, time may seem to be suspended or stopped.
Having the Time-Master superpower does not mean that you never "waste" time. In fact, you may even be late or prone to lose track of time. If time escapes you now and then, it is usually because you know that spending time is more valuable than holding on to it tightly. You know it is a resource to be used in service of what matters most to you.
People can sense that you are genuine and kind because you are willing to share your time. Your friends know that you have their back and that they can count on you to be there for the them.
If you are an extrovert, you are comfortable reaching out and asking people to spend time with you - sometimes, even people you don't know well! - and this makes them want to be around you more and more, which feeds you as well.
If you are an introvert, you probably choose to spend quality time one-on-one or with smaller groups. After fully giving your time to others, you may need to take time for yourself to recharge, so you can continue giving the gift of time to the people you care about.
To optimize your Time-Master superpower, be aware of where you are spending your time and be sure it is feeding you as well as others. Use your superpower judiciously. Time is the one thing that cannot be created or reclaimed once it has been spent.
Your superpower is your ability and decisiveness to do the right thing and take Bold Service. You have a knack for knowing just what is needed.
You are tuned in to other people and groups on a deeper level than most people and you naturally feel driven to do considerate and thoughtful deeds. Not one to sit idly by and do nothing when you see a need, you may feel compelled to do what is helpful and productive - even when people have not asked you to help.
The superpower of Bold Service does not mean you always want to be the center of attention. People with this superpower are often found behind the scenes, working hard to make things happen for the important people in their lives and the groups they belong to.
Your friends, family, and co-workers appreciate that you are able to sense what they need and what would be helpful for them. You are the one to see the big picture and often the one to mobilize others to accomplish a goal or produce a result that is helpful for the organizations you are a part of.
You show that you care for others by saving them time, effort, or just adding to their ability to do what you know makes them happy. Unlike most people, when you notice what would be helpful, you take action. You are willing to go the extra mile and will even inconvenience yourself if it means doing something that will help others.
If you are introverted, you may find yourself as the only one doing and doing for others. Although you may find quiet satisfaction in your ability to give, stay aware of your own energy level. Know that others are not as tuned in to what needs to be done as you are. Speak up and tell people what you need if you feel depleted.
If you are an extrovert, you most likely get energy from giving to the groups you are a part of. It may frustrate you that others do not give to the same degree as you are able to. Be patient with them and use your superpower to organize and delegate work, rather than doing it all yourself.
To optimize the superpower of Bold Service, be sure to replenish your own resources. Don't hesitate to articulate what you need from the people in your life and specifically ask for what you want.
You are able to intuit what would be appreciated by others and you give gifts that have impact.
You seem to understand things about the people in your life which are not apparant to other people. People feel that you see them clearly. You hold your friends and family tenderly and understand the way they see themselves, the things that they aspire to, and their most vulnerable aspirations.
You are willing to go out of your way to find just the right thing or pick out just the right gift for the people you care about. The superpower of Intuitive Giving does not mean that you are materialistic. It simply allows you to give in unique ways that support and encourage those around you - even with the most humble or small gifts.
Where others falter or second-guess themselves, you rely on your intuition and are able to move forward and make decisions more quickly than others. Your first choices are often spot on and you've learned (or are learning) to trust your gut.
If you are extroverted, you may enjoy the excitement of giving gifts and the appreciation that your thoughtfulness inspires in the people you give to. You may also be frustrated that others are not as thoughtful in the gifts they give to you. Use your superpower for yourself to either tell people what you want or give yourself gifts.
If you are introverted, you may feel a bit embarassed by the attention you get when you give intuitive gifts and are showered with appreciation. You may hesitate to ask for the gifts you want for yourself, as well.
To optimize the superpower of Intuitive Giving, stretch into giving yourself the gifts you really want. Share the benefits of your superpower with others and offer your insights, suggestions, and intuitions to those who are less able to give intuitive gifts.
You have a unique ability to connect with others on a deep, physical level.
Whether it's a bear hug at just the right moment, a massage, or a quiet, reassuring pat on the back, you have the power to make the people around you feel safe and cared for with your Magic Touch.
Having the Magic Touch is not necessarily sexual, although it can be when appropriate. You may also have the ability to heal others with your touch. Of all the superpowers, the Magic Touch requires the most social and emotional intelligence to be used optimally.
The ability to notice the physical needs of the people around you comes with great responsibility. You must create safe space for your gift to be recieved and respect boundaries, as well as give of yourself fully when needed. When you are able to use your superpower, you create deep bonds. The people in your inner circle appreciate your willingness to be steady and give to others. You are a strong presence and people feel better when they are near you.
If you are extroverted, you may have to learn to respect other's boundaries and learn to develop subtle expressions of your gift. Your superpower is fulfilling for you to give and is replenished when you receive touch from others as well.
If you are an introvert, you may find that you need to set your own boundaries, so that your superpower is not depleted with continuous giving. Asking for touch may be challenging for you.
To optimize the superpower of Magic Touch, be sure to include other forms of experiencing physicality in your life, like massage and exercise. Find ways to receive touch, because receiving will develop and strengthen your ability to give.
You have a unique fluency with words and especially the ability to put feelings into words.
The way you say things makes people feel seen, heard, and understood when you talk with them. You capture the truth of who people are and reflect this back to them with the words you choose. People enjoy hearing what you have to say and they love reading what you write.
Your friends, family, and co-workers know that you have a knack for finding the exact right words to convey what needs to be said. You may be the one called upon to give toasts or write letters that convey difficult messages.
Being a Truth-Teller does not mean that you are unkind, impolite, or brash. You do not deliberately hurt people with your truth. On the contrary, you more often build bridges with your words. You are able to affirm as well as disagree because you carefully select words which create deeper connections and understanding.
If you are extroverted, it may be difficult to hold back when you want to say something. This may serve you well in networking or initiating connections, but this impulse may also be a disservice if it prevents you from listening.
If you are introverted, you may find that you are more comfortable writing your words and not speaking out loud. Your superpower may be under-appreciated or under-utilized if you are not sharing it outwardly.
To optimize the superpower of being a Truth-Teller, stretch into new ways to share your special ability. Consider writing a speech, a blog, or a book on a topic that you feel passionate about and share your unique viewpoint with the world.