It is a surprising fact that most people find it easier to list their weaknesses and not their strengths. Those who are aware of their strengths learn to amplify them in their quest to define their purpose in life.
Avoid Wasting Time And Effort In The Wrong Profession
Our individual strengths are an indication of where we need to spend more of our effort. An outgoing and likable extrovert is better suited to a sales profession than a shy and reflective introvert. Physical qualities such as height make a person more suitable for sports like basketball.
We all have limited energy and time. It is best to spend our limited attention on the things that we are naturally good at. Learn to play to your strengths.
Find The Sweet Spot Between Strengths & Effort
This is not to discount the importance of putting in hours of hard work and improving your skills. On the contrary, a combination of playing to your strengths with maximum effort will yield successful results.
Find what you are good at and then adopt deliberate practice methods to improve your skills in that area.
If you believe in yourself and work really hard, almost nothing is impossible. However, it is likely that you will hit the ceiling and fail to progress beyond a certain point. Instead, find the skills that seem to come more naturally to you, the skills that others find difficult. This is where you need to focus your efforts.
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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