Your Strongest Weaknesses?

The most common way to plan for your upcoming year is to say, “Where am I weakest” and then to make plans for getting better at your weakest areas.

Ok, sure, you don’t want to get killed by your weakest areas, but you have to realize that:

YOU DON’T BECOME SUCCESSFUL BY BUILDING A SET OF STRONG WEAKNESSES

You become a success by getting better and better at the thing that’s already a natural talent for you.  When you engage in these areas of strength, you feel energized, you love your life, you feel that you were created maybe to do that very thing.

So look at last year, ask yourself, “What did I do magnificently?” and make your resolutions around doing more of those things in 2014.

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