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Is time better spent focusing on improving weaknesses or excelling at your strengths?

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  • Your stengths will continue to excell with less effort than it takes to improve your weaknesses. Improving weakness makes for a more well rounded and better balanced individual.

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    Hard to give a blanket answer - it depends.

    'Weaknesses' provided those weaknesses are important and holding the person back from reaching their goals.

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    Improving weaknesses will add to the effectiveness you have when coupled with your existing strengths.

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  • A very successful business person told me recently "Focus on what you're good at and hire people to do the rest"

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    You can hire for the weaknesses. Strengths are what differentiate you from the pack.

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    Hard to give a blanket answer - it depends.

    'Strengths' if there aren't any critical weaknesses, but the person wants to really become excellent at something

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Your stengths will continue to excell with less effort than it takes to improve your weaknesses. Improving weakness makes for a more well rounded and better balanced individual.

Add your "Weaknesses" thought:

200

Hard to give a blanket answer - it depends.

'Weaknesses' provided those weaknesses are important and holding the person back from reaching their goals.

Add your "Weaknesses" thought:

200

Improving weaknesses will add to the effectiveness you have when coupled with your existing strengths.

Add your "Weaknesses" thought:

200

A very successful business person told me recently "Focus on what you're good at and hire people to do the rest"

Add your "Weaknesses" thought:

200

You can hire for the weaknesses. Strengths are what differentiate you from the pack.

Add your "Weaknesses" thought:

200

Hard to give a blanket answer - it depends.

'Strengths' if there aren't any critical weaknesses, but the person wants to really become excellent at something

Add your "Weaknesses" thought:

200

Add your "Weaknesses" thought:

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Add your "Strengths" thought:

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Is time better spent focusing on improving weaknesses or excelling at your strengths?

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