We all have strong and weak sides. And we all are afraid that our weaknesses will lead to our failure. But we should be clear on this: a weakness is not a negative, it’s just an indication of strengths you’ll need to look for in other people or make them work for you. Those weaknesses can be turned into strengths with a very simple tool: the right mindset. Because even if you're not innovative - you can still be a good leader. And you can stay interested in your job, even if you get bored easily. We will show you how:
Identify Your Weaknesses
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Understanding where you are strong and where you're weak, is vitally important. Compare yourself to your competitors. Where are they stronger than you? Where do you have a competitive advantage? No one is perfect, so there is no sense in holding yourself to that unrealistic standard. Just knowing your weaker areas, will make you more successful. Acknowledge mistakes, constantly seek to improve, but don’t dwell. Spending time rehashing why you’re not perfect is not productive and puts out a negative energy to those around you. But once you figure out what your weaknesses are, you can easily convert them into a strength!