May 22, 2009

Succeed By Your Strengths

How would you answer this question;
"which is more important to work in,
your strengths or your weaknesses?"

I don't know about you, but I was
always told through the years to
work on my weakness. To get better
and build them up to the level of my
strengths.

Thank God for true mentors that teach
us the real deal. These are mentors that
have been there, done that, and are now
living the life of their dreams. They know
the best route that leads to success, therefore
they teach that truth.

A good mentor will tell you to work on your strengths,
instead of your weaknesses. They will encourage you to
be who you are and get better at it. They emphasize the
importance of keeping things simple. It's been said that
simplicity is the ultimate duplication.

If you are to become a mentor and a leader, it is critical
that you do things in simple fashion, for simplicity is what
duplicates.

Learn to first be a good follower, then lead by example and
focus on your strengths rather than your weakness.

I hope this helps!

1 comment:

yeokeehui@gmail.com said...

I think you're right. I've so many weaknesses that it'll be a waste of time to correct every one of them. Rather I should spend more time improving my strengths and correcting just a few of my weaknesses. Thank you.