In business and life, there is value in learning to work to our strengths while delegating our weaknesses.
Businesses waste precious resources training people to be better at things that are better delegated to someone else. In personal life, we choose to spend our time unwisely in improving our weaknesses.
What if we all discovered our unique strengths?
Play To Your Strengths
Michael Phelps has the body structure suited to the swimming pool. By sticking to the sport that his body is shaped for, he has a better chance of success than the average man.
A man with a shorter torso and the same length of legs will find himself struggling to keep up with a champion swimmer.
How do you find your strengths?
Look back over your life and make a list of activities and skills that seem second nature to you but are difficult for others to master.
What is something you’ve done all your life? Is it a field in which you have already established yourself?
A ‘strength’ is not necessarily something you are already good at. You may discover you have a knack for a skill or that you really enjoy. If your energy is drained at the end of an activity, chance are it’s not your strength.
Capitalizing on what is unique to you offers you a greater chance at success than trying to improve your weaknesses.
Sheevaun Moran is a business advisor, master coach, quantum energy thought leader and the founder of Energetic Solutions. She uses business principles with energetic techniques to help more than 25,000 entrepreneurs, CEOs and leaders bring instant focus and shifts to clarity, purpose, and profits.
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