2019-02-21 Random Interesting Shit
Today’s Principle to Follow:
Principle #36: Know Your Strengths and Weaknesses, and How to Make Them Work For You.
Everyone has strengths and weaknesses. Some comm on areas of strength and weakness are self-confidence, social skills, and management skills, and a variety of technical skills. Depending on what you want to do, you might not need to fix your weaknesses. If you are a manager, sometimes it is okay not to fully understand all of the technicalities. It is more important to be able to get a team to accomplish the necessary work. Or course, if the weakness is a critical area that you need to perform your daily tasks, then it is important to work on improving it.
You strengths are also important to recognize. If you are naturally good at speaking, but not at writing, you can steer your self toward positions that play up your natural presentational abilities. Be aware of your general strengths and weaknesses, and how you compare to your peers. Also pay attention to which strengths and weaknesses, and how you compare to your peers. Also pay attention to which strengths and weaknesses are most critical for what you want to accomplish. Focusing on the critical skill sets will help you reach your goals more easily.
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