1) Reflect On What You Are Trying To Accomplish
Don’t rush in. Plan. Think about what you’re trying to do and what it takes to succeed.
2) Leverage Your Strengths. Ignore Your Weaknesses.
Forget being well-rounded. Double down where you are great.
Pete Drucker’s work agrees, saying we’re usually better off enhancing our strengths than improving our weaknesses.
3) See Failure As A Chance To Learn
Don’t be a quitter or a whiner when things don’t work out. Creative geniuses learn from their mistakes and use them to improve.
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