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On Finding Your Strengths

To succeed, you must find your strengths so you can leverage on your competence. Here's how.
On Finding Your Strengths

Most people are wrong about what they know they’re good at. You are likely to know what you are bad at than what you’re good at. However, you can only build on your strength because you can’t perform from your weaknesses. With the world of opportunities in front of you, you must know what your strengths are so you can make the right choices about your career and business.

When you know your strengths, you’ll know how to develop yourself and position yourself in a place where you can succeed the most.

How to find your strengths?

The only way to find your strengths is through feedback analysis. You do this by taking a note on what you expect will happen when you make an important decision or take a key action. Check in a year later to compare the reality with your expectations. You’d be surprised at the result.

The result serves as the basis of your feedback analysis and it shows you what you’re actually good at, rather than what you thought you were good at.  With consistent practice for 2 to 3 years, this method will show you what you’re doing or failing to do that deprives you of the full benefits of your strengths.

Feedback analysis will show you where your competence and weaknesses lie so you can allocate your energy accordingly.